Trinidad and Tobago is no longer requiring travelers to complete its TTravel Pass application form.
All travelers must still present proof of a negative PCR or antigen test result within 48 hours of entry into Trinidad and Tobago.
The move took effect June 1.
Passengers who don’t present proof of a negative test will be required to enter state-supervised quarantine upon arrival. They can only be released from quarantine with a negative PCR or antigen test.
For more, visit Trinidad.