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St Maarten Approves Antigen Testing Option for Visitors

 Visitors to St Maarten can now provide antigen test results to comply with the island’s entry requirements.  United States visitors can supply any non-home administered antigen tests, performed within 48 hours prior to departure.  For those who wish to take …

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Puerto Rico Adds Testing Access at San Juan Airport

 Puerto Rico’s Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport in San Juan is now offering PCR tests for all passengers, the airport announced this week.  The program, done in partnership with CMT Group, will offer PCR testing for all travelers coming in …

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Turks and Caicos Expands Testing Capability

 Turks and Caicos has expanded its testing capacity for travelers who need to meet the CDC’s new requirements.  The destination says it has “exponentially increased” its testing facilities in response to the new CDC order, which requires all travelers returning …

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 The Bahamas’ Atlantis Paradise Island resort has launched a complimentary testing program for guests returning to the United States, the property said.  The resort, which officially reopened in December, will be providing onsite, complimentary rapid antigen testing for up to …

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 American Airlines is adding Costa Rica to its newly-announced pre-flight testing program, the company said this week.  The plan will begin on Oct. 15 at Dallas Fort-Worth International Airport.  In the next few weeks, American Airlines will be launching a …

 Above: Kelly-Ann Baptiste (CJ Photo) By the Caribbean Journal staff Trinidad and Tobago sprinter Kelly-Ann Baptiste is reportedly the latest Caribbean sprinter to fail a test for a banned substance. Baptiste, a native of Scarborough, Tobago, failed the test ahead …

 Above: Kingston (CJ Photo) By the Caribbean Journal staff Jamaica is “confident” that it will pass the first quarterly test under its Extended Fund Facility Agreement with the International Monetary Fund, according to Minister Horace Dalley. The country’s first quarterly …