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Trinidad and Tobago travel restrictions

Open for citizens: partial Open for foreigners: no Open for tourism: no Quarantine: partial
Airlines Updates

Published on 16.08.2020
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Published on 22.07.2020
Caribbean Airlines plans to begin flights between Eastern Caribbean, Barbados from 22 July

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Full Restrictions
Open for travel from Trinidad and Tobago
Crossing Rules
  • Passengers are not permitted to enter Trinidad and Tobago.
  • This does not apply to nationals and permanent residents of Trinidad and Tobago who have obtained an approval for entry by submitting their request for exemption to travelexemption@mns.gov.tt prior to travel.
  • Nationals and residents of Trinidad and Tobago must quarantine at a state facility for 7 days upon arrival in Trinidad and Tobago. They will be tested for Covid-19 on day 2 and 7 of their quarantine, and if a negative result is received, they may quarantine for a further 7 days at home. Passengers with symptoms of Covid-19 on arrival will undergo quarantine at a medical facility.
  • This does not apply to nationals and residents of Trinidad and Tobago who have been in any of the below countries in the past 14 days, provided they hold a negative PCR test obtained within 72 hours prior to departure. These passengers must quarantine at home for 14 days upon arrival: American Samoa, Anguilla, Antigua and Barbuda, Bermuda, Bhutan, Bonaire, St. Eustatius or Saba, Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Cayman Islands, Cook Islands, Eritrea, Faroe Islands, Federated States of Micronesia, Fiji, French Polynesia, Greenland, Grenada, Kiribati, Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (North), Laos, Liechtenstein, Macau, Mauritius, Mongolia, Montserrat, Nauru, New Caledonia, Niue, Palau, Pitcairn Island, Saudi Arabia, Saint Barthelemy, Saint Helena, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia, Saint Pierre and Miquelon, Samoa, Seychelles, Solomon Islands, Somalia, Suriname, Tokelau, Turkmenistan, Timor-Leste, Tonga, Tuvalu, United Kingdom (Isle of Man), Vanuatu, Vatican City State or Yemen.
    • Passengers will be monitored at home for the duration of their quarantine, and will be subject to testing at the discretion of the County Medical Officer of Health.
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Flight Restrictions

published 27.11.2020

All airports are closed
Airports in Trinidad and Tobago are closed until 6 December 2020.
– This does not apply if permitted by the Minister with responsibility for national security.

Quarantine

Quarantine Requirement- Unknown where.

Upon arrival, nationals will be required to be placed in state quarantine, or state supervised quarantine for seven days. Persons will be tested on the sixth day of their quarantine and released once they test negative.

Insurance
Certification

COVID-19 negative certification required for entering the country.

From 15 November travellers entering Trinidad and Tobago will be required to provide a negative Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) test, which was taken within 72 hours of arrival into the country.

Vaccination

Yellow fever (2019)
Country requirement at entry: a yellow fever vaccination certificate is required for travellers aged 1 year
or over arriving from countries with risk of yellow fever transmission and for travellers having transited for
more than 12 hours through an airport of a country with risk of yellow fever transmission.
WHO vaccination recommendation: yes
Recommended for all travellers aged 9 months or over going to densely-forested areas on the island of
Trinidad.
Not recommended for cruise ship passengers and aircraft passengers in transit or travellers whose itineraries
are limited to the island of Tobago.

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Full Restrictions

  • Trinidad and Tobago Latest News: Government eases COVID-19 restrictions, allows more flights (Stabroek News, 11.10.2020 ). Face masks compulsory as of August 31 (Garda World, 01.09.2020). The Trinidad and Tobago government has closed its borders including sea borders from all international flights and vessels including yachts (Gov.uk, 07.07.2020)

    International Restrictions:
    The Trinidad and Tobago government has closed its borders to all international flights indefinitely. Sea borders are also closed indefinitely to all vessels including yachts.

    Foreign nationals wishing to enter or depart from Trinidad and Tobago via other available options must first obtain an exemption to do so via the local authorities by e-mailing travelexemption@mns.gov.tt or departexemption@mns.gov.tt and follow local advice.
    Entry to Trinidad and Tobago – The Trinidad and Tobago authorities have announced a ban on cruise ships entering until the end of the current cruise season.
    Quarantine requirements – The government’s rules on exemption policies and quarantine procedures for nationals of Trinidad and Tobago were updated on 7 November. Non-nationals are still not permitted to enter Trinidad and Tobago, except in certain exceptional circumstances. From 15 November, nationals entering Trinidad and Tobago will be required to provide a negative Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) test, which was taken within 72 hours of arrival into the country. Upon arrival, nationals will be required to be placed in state quarantine, or state supervised quarantine for seven days. Persons will be tested on the sixth day of their quarantine and released once they test negative.
    Sailing travel restrictions – You can sail and transit out of the marinas or Chaguaramas Bay as beaches and coastal waters are now reopen to members of the public. You are required to wear a mask and groups exceeding ten people are not permitted. Failure to follow government regulations could result in being intercepted by the Coast Guard and being handed over to the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Trinidad and Tobago: on 24 October, the Government of Trinidad and Tobago reviewed a number of lock down measures, which had been introduced in response to an increase in COVID-19 cases and community spread.
    *Accommodation: Some hotels have reopened for business. You should contact your hotel directly to understand any restrictions in place.
    *Public spaces and services: Schools and universities are closed until at least 31 December. Beaches, rivers, public swimming pools and gymnasiums are closed. Food establishments and restaurants are restricted to take-away dining services.
    However, casinos, members clubs and cinemas have reopened at 50% capacity. Places of worship have also reopened for 1-hour services at 50% capacity.
    Gymnasiums are reopen at 50% capacity, however, contact sports remain banned. Members of the public are permitted to congregate in groups of 10 people (20 for funerals). Travel between Trinidad and Tobago is currently still restricted to essential travel only with a reduced inter-island service operating but with more flights between Trinidad and Tobago than in August and September. Public transport is operating at 50% capacity. Under new public health regulations that came into effect on 31 August 2020, it is a legal requirement for all individuals aged 8 years and over to wear a mask in public spaces, including when travelling in private vehicles. Failure to do so attracts a fine. You should adhere to all precautionary measures put in place by the local authorities.

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    11.11.2020
  • Trinidad and Tobago Latest News: Government eases COVID-19 restrictions, allows more flights (Stabroek News, 11.10.2020 ). Face masks compulsory as of August 31 (Garda World, 01.09.2020). The Trinidad and Tobago government has closed its borders including sea borders from all international flights and vessels including yachts (Gov.uk, 07.07.2020)

    International Restrictions:
    The Trinidad and Tobago government has closed its borders to all international flights indefinitely. Sea borders are also closed indefinitely to all vessels including yachts.

    Foreign nationals wishing to enter or depart from Trinidad and Tobago via other available options must first obtain an exemption to do so via the local authorities by e-mailing travelexemption@mns.gov.tt or departexemption@mns.gov.tt and follow local advice. All international arrivals into Trinidad and Tobago are required to enter into quarantine for a period of 14 days. Further information and guidance is available here.

    The Trinidad and Tobago authorities have announced a ban on cruise ships entering until the end of the current cruise season. If you are on a yacht, do not sail or transit out of the marinas or Chaguaramas Bay. You will be intercepted by the Coast Guard and handed over to the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service. The charges are TT$50,000 fine or 6 months in jail.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Trinidad and Tobago: on 24 October, the Government of Trinidad and Tobago reviewed a number of lock down measures, which had been introduced in response to an increase in COVID-19 cases and community spread.
    *Accommodation: Some hotels have reopened for business. You should contact your hotel directly to understand any restrictions in place.
    *Public spaces and services: Schools and universities are closed until at least 31 December. Beaches, rivers, public swimming pools and gymnasiums are closed. Food establishments and restaurants are restricted to take-away dining services.
    However, casinos, members clubs and cinemas have reopened at 50% capacity. Places of worship have also reopened for 1-hour services at 50% capacity.
    Gymnasiums are reopen at 50% capacity, however, contact sports remain banned. Members of the public are permitted to congregate in groups of 10 people (20 for funerals). Travel between Trinidad and Tobago is currently still restricted to essential travel only with a reduced inter-island service operating but with more flights between Trinidad and Tobago than in August and September. Public transport is operating at 50% capacity. Under new public health regulations that came into effect on 31 August 2020, it is a legal requirement for all individuals aged 8 years and over to wear a mask in public spaces, including when travelling in private vehicles. Failure to do so attracts a fine. You should adhere to all precautionary measures put in place by the local authorities.

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    26.10.2020
  • Trinidad and Tobago Latest News: Government eases COVID-19 restrictions, allows more flights (Stabroek News, 11.10.2020 ). Face masks compulsory as of August 31 (Garda World, 01.09.2020). The Trinidad and Tobago government has closed its borders including sea borders from all international flights and vessels including yachts (Gov.uk, 07.07.2020)

    International Restrictions:
    The Trinidad and Tobago government has closed its borders to all international flights indefinitely. Sea borders are also closed indefinitely to all vessels including yachts.

    Foreign nationals wishing to enter or depart from Trinidad and Tobago via other available options must first obtain an exemption to do so via the local authorities by e-mailing travelexemption@mns.gov.tt or departexemption@mns.gov.tt and follow local advice. All international arrivals into Trinidad and Tobago are required to enter into quarantine for a period of 14 days. Further information and guidance is available here.

    British Airways have cancelled flights between Trinidad and Tobago and the UK until 31 October. The planned resumption date of 1 November is tentative and subject to change. Virgin had previously announced that they would restart flights from Tobago in October. This resumption date has been revised and is now provisionally scheduled for November.

    The Trinidad and Tobago authorities have announced a ban on cruise ships entering until the end of the current cruise season. If you are on a yacht, do not sail or transit out of the marinas or Chaguaramas Bay. You will be intercepted by the Coast Guard and handed over to the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service. The charges are TT$50,000 fine or 6 months in jail.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Trinidad and Tobago: On 17 August the Government of Trinidad and Tobago reviewed a number of lock down measures which had been introduced in response to an increase in COVID-19 cases and community spread.
    *Accommodation: Some hotels have reopened for business. You should contact your hotel directly to understand any restrictions in place.
    *Public spaces and services: Schools and universities are closed until at least 31 December. Beaches, rivers, public swimming pools and gymnasiums are closed. Food establishments and restaurants are restricted to take-away dining services. Casinos, members clubs and cinemas have closed. Places of worship have also closed. Contact sports are still banned but members of the public are now permitted to congregate in groups of 10 people (20 for funerals). Travel between Trinidad and Tobago is currently still restricted to essential travel only with a reduced inter-island service operating but with more flights between Trinidad and Tobago than in August and September. Public transport is operating at 50% capacity. Under new public health regulations that came into effect on 31 August 2020, it is a legal requirement for all individuals aged 8 years and over to wear a mask in public spaces, including when travelling in private vehicles. Failure to do so attracts a fine. You should adhere to all precautionary measures put in place by the local authorities.

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    13.10.2020
  • Trinidad and Tobago Latest News: Government eases COVID-19 restrictions, allows more flights (Stabroek News, 11.10.2020 ). Face masks compulsory as of August 31 (Garda World, 01.09.2020). The Trinidad and Tobago government has closed its borders including sea borders from all international flights and vessels including yachts (Gov.uk, 07.07.2020)

    International Restrictions:
    There are six flights per day operating to and from Tobago. Sea borders are also closed indefinitely to all vessels including yachts.

    Foreign nationals wishing to enter or depart from Trinidad and Tobago via other available options must first obtain an exemption to do so via the local authorities by e-mailing travelexemption@mns.gov.tt or departexemption@mns.gov.tt and follow local advice. All international arrivals into Trinidad and Tobago are required to enter into quarantine for a period of 14 days. Further information and guidance is available here.

    British Airways have cancelled flights between Trinidad and Tobago and the UK until 31 October. The planned resumption date of 1 November is tentative and subject to change. Virgin had previously announced that they would restart flights from Tobago in October. This resumption date has been revised and is now provisionally scheduled for November.

    The Trinidad and Tobago authorities have announced a ban on cruise ships entering until the end of the current cruise season. If you are on a yacht, do not sail or transit out of the marinas or Chaguaramas Bay. You will be intercepted by the Coast Guard and handed over to the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service. The charges are TT$50,000 fine or 6 months in jail.

    Internal Restrictions:
    On 10th October the Government of Trinidad and Tobago announced: gatherings of 10 people are allowed. Previously, it was five people being allowed to gather. Funerals are now limited to 20 people. Tobago Reef and Caroni Swamp operators would be granted exemptions to resume tours. By 24th October 24 changes be made to bring back activities at churches, bars and restaurants.

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    11.10.2020
  • Trinidad and Tobago Latest News: Face masks compulsory as of August 31 (Garda World, 01.09.2020). The Trinidad and Tobago government has closed its borders including sea borders from all international flights and vessels including yachts (Gov.uk, 07.07.2020)

    International Restrictions:
    The Trinidad and Tobago government has closed its borders to all international flights indefinitely. Sea borders are also closed indefinitely to all vessels including yachts.

    Foreign nationals wishing to enter or depart from Trinidad and Tobago via other available options must first obtain an exemption to do so via the local authorities by e-mailing travelexemption@mns.gov.tt or departexemption@mns.gov.tt and follow local advice. All international arrivals into Trinidad and Tobago are required to enter into quarantine for a period of 14 days. Further information and guidance is available here.

    British Airways have cancelled flights between Trinidad and Tobago and the UK until 31 October. The planned resumption date of 1 November is tentative and subject to change. Virgin had previously announced that they would restart flights from Tobago in October. This resumption date has been revised and is now provisionally scheduled for November.

    The Trinidad and Tobago authorities have announced a ban on cruise ships entering until the end of the current cruise season. If you are on a yacht, do not sail or transit out of the marinas or Chaguaramas Bay. You will be intercepted by the Coast Guard and handed over to the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service. The charges are TT$50,000 fine or 6 months in jail.

    Internal Restrictions:
    On 17th August the Government of Trinidad and Tobago reintroduced a number of lock down measures in response to an increase in Covid-19 cases and community spread. The new measures will be in effect for an initial 28-day period until 12th September. Some hotels have reopened for business. Schools to remain closed until at least 31 December. Beaches, rivers, public swimming pools, parks and gymnasiums are closed. Food establishments and restaurants are restricted to take-away dining services. Casinos, members clubs and cinemas have closed. Places of worship have also closed.
    Contact sports have been banned and members of the public are only permitted to congregate in groups of 5 people (10 for weddings, funerals and christenings). Travel between Trinidad and Tobago is currently restricted to essential travel only with a restricted inter-island service operating. Public transport is operating at 50% capacity. Under new public health regulations that came into effect on 31 August 2020, it is a legal requirement for all individuals aged 8 years and over to wear a mask in public spaces, including when travelling in private vehicles. Failure to do so attracts a fine. You should adhere to all precautionary measures put in place by the local authorities. Schools and universities remain closed.

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    23.09.2020
  • Trinidad and Tobago Face masks compulsory as of August 31 (Garda World, 01.09.2020). The Trinidad and Tobago government has closed its borders including sea borders from all international flights and vessels including yachts (Gov.uk, 07.07.2020)

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    International restrictions:

    The Trinidad and Tobago government has closed its borders to all international flights indefinitely. Sea borders are also closed indefinitely to all vessels including yachts. The Trinidad and Tobago authorities have announced a ban on cruise ships entering until the end of the current cruise season. All international arrivals into Trinidad and Tobago are required to enter into quarantine for a period of 14 days. Further information and guidance is available at [https://www.health.gov.tt/]. If you are on a yacht, do not sail or transit out of the marinas or Chaguaramas Bay. You will be intercepted by the Coast Guard and handed over to the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service. The charges are TT$50,000 fine or 6 months in jail.

    *****

    Internal restrictions:

    On 17th August the Government of Trinidad and Tobago reintroduced a number of lock down measures in response to an increase in Covid-19 cases and community spread. The new measures will be in effect for an initial 28-day period until 12th September.
    The Government has announced a phased approach to the easing of COVID-19 restrictions. On 22 June the country moved into phase five, lifting the majority of the remaining restrictions in place including domestic air travel between Trinidad and Tobago. Most hotels have now reopened for business and resumed normal service. Beaches, rivers, public swimming pools, parks and gymnasiums are closed. Food establishments and restaurants are restricted to take-away dining services. Casinos, members clubs and cinemas have closed. Places of worship have also closed. Contact sports have been banned and members of the public are only permitted to congregate in groups of 5 people (10 for weddings, fuerals and christenings). Travel between Trinidad and Tobago is currently restricted to essential travel only with a restricted inter-island service operating. Public transport is operating at 50% capacity. Schools to remain closed until at least 31 December. Under new public health regulations that came into effect on 31 August 2020, it is a legal requirement for all individuals aged 8 years and over to wear a mask in public spaces, including when travelling in private vehicles. Failure to do so attracts a fine. You should adhere to all precautionary measures put in place by the local authorities.

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    02.09.2020
  • Trinidad and Tobago The Trinidad and Tobago government has closed its borders including sea borders from all international flights and vessels including yachts (Gov.uk, 07.07.2020)

    *****

    International restrictions:

    The Trinidad and Tobago government has closed its borders to all international flights indefinitely. Sea borders are also closed indefinitely to all vessels including yachts. The Trinidad and Tobago authorities have announced a ban on cruise ships entering until the end of the current cruise season. All international arrivals into Trinidad and Tobago are required to enter into quarantine for a period of 14 days. Further information and guidance is available at [https://www.health.gov.tt/]. If you are on a yacht, do not sail or transit out of the marinas or Chaguaramas Bay. You will be intercepted by the Coast Guard and handed over to the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service. The charges are TT$50,000 fine or 6 months in jail.

    *****

    Internal restrictions:

    The Government has announced a phased approach to the easing of COVID-19 restrictions. On 22 June the country moved into phase five, lifting the majority of the remaining restrictions in place including domestic air travel between Trinidad and Tobago. Most hotels have now reopened for business and resumed normal service. Beaches, rivers, parks and gymnasiums have reopened. Food establishments and restaurants are now permitted to provide in-house dining services until 10pm and bars, casinos and cinemas have reopened. Places of worship have also now resumed normal services. Sporting activities have resumed and members of the public are permitted to congregate in larger groups of up to 25 people. You must wear a mask, to cover your nose and mouth, in public spaces. You should adhere to all precautionary measures put in place by the local authorities. Schools and universities remain closed.

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    28.07.2020
  • Trinidad and Tobago The Trinidad and Tobago government has closed its borders including sea borders from all international flights and vessels including yachts (Gov.uk, 07.07.2020)

    *****

    International restrictions:

    The Trinidad and Tobago government has closed its borders to all international flights indefinitely. Sea borders are also closed indefinitely to all vessels including yachts.The Trinidad and Tobago authorities have announced a ban on cruise ships entering until the end of the current cruise season. If you are on a yacht, do not sail or transit out of the marinas or Chaguaramas Bay. You will be intercepted by the Coast Guard and handed over to the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service. The charges are TT$50,000 fine or 6 months in jail.

    *****

    Internal restrictions:

    The Government has announced a phased approach to the easing of COVID-19 restrictions. On 22 June the country moved into phase five, lifting the majority of the remaining restrictions in place. Restrictions on domestic air travel between Trinidad and Tobago have also been lifted.

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    24.07.2020
  • Trinidad and Tobago The Trinidad and Tobago government has closed its borders including sea borders from all international flights and vessels including yachts (Gov.uk, 07.07.2020)

    *****

    International restrictions:

    British Airways has planned the resumption of flights on 1 July- subject to change. Other airlines have not announced any plans to restart their commercial service in the Caribbean region. Sea borders are also closed indefinitely to all vessels including yachts. The Trinidad and Tobago authorities have announced a ban on cruise ships entering until the end of the current cruise season. All international arrivals into Trinidad and Tobago are required to enter into quarantine for a period of 14 days. Further information and guidance is available at [www.health.gov.tt].

    *****

    Internal restrictions:

    The Government has announced a phased approach to the easing of COVID-19 restrictions. On 22 June the country moved into phase five, lifting the majority of the remaining restrictions in place. Beaches, rivers, parks and gymnasiums have reopened. Restrictions on air travel between Trinidad and Tobago are lifted. Hotels have also resumed business. Food establishments and restaurants are now permitted to provide in-house dining services until 10pm and bars, casinos and cinemas have reopened. Places of worship have also now resumed normal services.
    Sporting activities have resumed and members of the public are permitted to congregate in larger groups of up to 25 people. You must wear a mask, to cover your nose and mouth, in public spaces. You should adhere to all precautionary measures put in place by the local authorities. Schools and universities remain closed.

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    07.07.2020
  • Trinidad and Tobago *****

    International restrictions:

    British Airways has planned the resumption of flights on 1 July- subject to change. Other airlines have not announced any plans to restart their commercial service in the Caribbean region. Sea borders are also closed indefinitely to all vessels including yachts. The Trinidad and Tobago authorities have announced a ban on cruise ships entering until the end of the current cruise season. All international arrivals into Trinidad and Tobago are required to enter into quarantine for a period of 14 days. Further information and guidance is available at [www.health.gov.tt].

    *****

    Internal restrictions:

    The Government has announced a phased approach to the easing of COVID-19 restrictions. On 22 June the country moved into phase five, lifting the majority of the remaining restrictions in place. Beaches, rivers, parks and gymnasiums have reopened. Restrictions on air travel between Trinidad and Tobago are lifted. Hotels have also resumed business. Food establishments and restaurants are now permitted to provide in-house dining services until 10pm and bars, casinos and cinemas have reopened. Places of worship have also now resumed normal services.
    Sporting activities have resumed and members of the public are permitted to congregate in larger groups of up to 25 people. You must wear a mask, to cover your nose and mouth, in public spaces. You should adhere to all precautionary measures put in place by the local authorities. Schools and universities remain closed.

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    02.07.2020
  • Trinidad and Tobago Airports are closed until 30 June 2020.
    – This does not apply if permitted by the Minister with responsibility for national security.

    *****

    Inbound restrictions:

    All international air and maritime traffic coming into the country has been halted until further notice. Entry is prohibited for all travellers, including residents.

    *****

    Outbound restrictions:

    There are currently no known restrictions on individuals seeking to depart the country.

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    Conditions and internal restrictions:

    Domestic air and maritime traffic is continuing though with reduced schedules. During the first phase, from 10 May until 23 May, restaurants and food outlets will be allowed to open for take-out until 20.00. Outdoor or sport activities will be allowed with social distancing; grocery stores and pharmacies will open from 08.00 to 18.00 and hardware stores until 16.00. Non-essential personnel are encouraged to stay at home. During the second phase, from 24 May to 6 June, manufacturing and public-sector construction operations will resume, and public transport services will be allowed at 50% capacity. The last phase, from 7 June to 20 June, will allow the gradual resumption of public services, private sector construction, and 75% capacity for public transport services. Shopping malls, beaches, movie theatres and other recreational establishments will remain closed until further notice. Schools will remain closed until at least September.

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    24.06.2020
  • Trinidad and Tobago Airports in Trinidad and Tobago are closed.
    – This does not apply if permitted by the Minister with responsibility for national security.

    *****

    Inbound restrictions:

    All international air and maritime traffic coming into the country has been halted until further notice. Entry is prohibited for all travellers, including residents.

    *****

    Outbound restrictions:

    There are currently no known restrictions on individuals seeking to depart the country.

    *****

    Conditions and internal restrictions:

    Domestic air and maritime traffic is continuing though with reduced schedules. During the first phase, from 10 May until 23 May, restaurants and food outlets will be allowed to open for take-out until 20.00. Outdoor or sport activities will be allowed with social distancing; grocery stores and pharmacies will open from 08.00 to 18.00 and hardware stores until 16.00. Non-essential personnel are encouraged to stay at home. During the second phase, from 24 May to 6 June, manufacturing and public-sector construction operations will resume, and public transport services will be allowed at 50% capacity. The last phase, from 7 June to 20 June, will allow the gradual resumption of public services, private sector construction, and 75% capacity for public transport services. Shopping malls, beaches, movie theatres and other recreational establishments will remain closed until further notice. Schools will remain closed until at least September.

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    01.06.2020
  • Trinidad and Tobago Airports in Trinidad and Tobago are closed.
    – This does not apply if permitted by the Minister with responsibility for national security.

    Inbound restrictions:

    All international air and maritime traffic coming into the country has been halted until further notice. Entry is prohibited for all travellers, including residents.

    Outbound restrictions:

    There are currently no known restrictions on individuals seeking to depart the country.

    Conditions and internal restrictions:

    Domestic air and maritime traffic is continuing though with reduced schedules. During the first phase, from 10 May until 23 May, restaurants and food outlets will be allowed to open for take-out until 20.00. Outdoor or sport activities will be allowed with social distancing; grocery stores and pharmacies will open from 08.00 to 18.00 and hardware stores until 16.00. Non-essential personnel are encouraged to stay at home. During the second phase, from 24 May to 6 June, manufacturing and public-sector construction operations will resume, and public transport services will be allowed at 50% capacity. The last phase, from 7 June to 20 June, will allow the gradual resumption of public services, private sector construction, and 75% capacity for public transport services. Shopping malls, beaches, movie theatres and other recreational establishments will remain closed until further notice. Schools will remain closed until at least September.

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    18.05.2020
  • Trinidad and Tobago Airports in Trinidad and Tobago are closed.
    – This does not apply if permitted by the Minister with responsibility for national security.

    A “stay at home” order, for the nonessential labor force, is in place until at least 15 May, and, following further testing, the government will review changes to these measures on 10 May. It is also now mandatory to wear masks, to cover noses and mouths, in public spaces.

    The Trinidad and Tobago government has set up a COVID-19 hotline staffed by doctors. If you suspect you have any symptoms please contact the hotline on +1 868 877-WELL (9355) from Trinidad or +1 868 800-HEAL (4325) toll-free from Tobago. You should not report to any health care facility but instead self-quarantine and follow instructions provided by the authorities.

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    10.05.2020
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    Foreign travel advice, Gov.UK/
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