The Casa de Campo resort in the Dominican Republic has launched an on-site testing program, Caribbean Journal has learned.
The move helps travelers meet the new CDC requirement of a negative test result taken and received within 72 hours before returning to the United States.
The luxe La Romana resort has made PCR testing available on property in a private concierge lounge.
The testing can be arranged through Casa de Campo’s concierge, with a fee of $150.
If a patient presents symptoms, the fee is fully covered by the Dominican Republic’s free travel insurance program.
For more, visit Casa de Campo.