Updated Feb. 8
Most Caribbean islands have reopened to international tourism, with protocols in place to protect visitors and residents against Covid-19.
Starting Jan. 26, all international passengers flying into the U.S. from the Caribbean will need to provide proof of a negative Covid-19 test received no more than 72 hours prior to boarding the flight to the U.S. Airlines will deny boarding to those passengers who do not produce a test result. Since the rule was announced many hotels in the Caribbean region have stepped up to offer their guests pre-travel testing; see our report.
In addition, the CDC recommends that travelers get tested again three to five days after arrival and stay home for seven days after travel.
Here are the latest developments across the region.