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TORONTO — The Dominican Republic is the latest Caribbean destination to require from visitors a negative COVID-19 test result prior to arrival.
In the Dominican Republic, where borders were finally reopened to international tourists on July 1, all passengers who wish to enter the country must show proof of a negative PCR (Polymerase Chain Reaction) test, administered within the last five days. If no proof of testing is available, visitors will undergo a quick test administered by government personnel, upon arrival at no additional cost. Children five years old and younger, as well as crew members, are exempt.
The mandate went into effect yesterday, July 30.
In addition, visitors will need to complete a health evaluation upon arrival; those who present symptoms or whose test results are positive will be isolated at authorized locations.
For more information on the Dominican Republic’s entry requirements and health & safety protocols, click here.
For updates from other reopened destinations, go to https://www.travelweek.ca/news/destinations-reopening-list-2/.