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Trinidad and Tobago: easing of travel restrictions related to COVID-19 as of June 29 /update 39

June 29, 2022 | 14:21 UTC

Trinidad and Tobago officials eased the country’s COVID-19 related restrictions starting June 29.

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Since June 29, authorities in Trinidad and Tobago have eased the country’s COVID-19 travel restrictions, while keeping their minimum domestic restrictions unchanged. Under current guidelines, travelers entering from overseas are only required to present proof of a negative COVID-19 test taken within two days of departure.

National measures
People over the age of seven must continue to wear face masks in public spaces. Other restrictions have been lifted.

International Travel Restrictions
All incoming travellers, regardless of vaccination status, must have proof of a negative result from a PCR or laboratory-approved antigen test performed no later than 48 hours prior to arrival in Trinidad. and Tobago. People without test results will be quarantined until they test negative for COVID-19 and submit the relevant result to authorities.

The requirement to complete the TT Pass before traveling to Trinidad and Tobago has been lifted.

Authorities could reimpose, expand, relax or change any restrictions with little or no notice, depending on disease activity.


Follow all official instructions. Comply with national health and safety measures. Reconfirm all travel arrangements and business appointments. Reach out to trusted contacts for updates and additional guidance.


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