Government on Wednesday unveiled a new and official website to facilitate the application process for folks wanting to enter Trinidad and Tobago once borders reopen on Friday.
Both T&T nationals (vaccinated or unvaccinated) and vaccinated foreigners will be permitted entry into the country.
Click here to go directly to the site.
For Full Vaccinated T&T Nationals:
Fully vaccinated Nationals (Citizen or Permanent Resident) will be required to upload their vaccination card as proof that they are fully vaccinated.
Travellers are considered fully vaccinated for COVID-19, 14 days after they have received the full dosage of a WHO approved vaccine: that is: 14 days after they have received the second dose in a 2-dose series or 14 days after they have received a single-dose vaccine.
Fully vaccinated with no symptoms of COVID-19:
-Will not be required to go into quarantine.
-Will not need to be re-tested
All travellers are required to submit a negative NASOPHARYNGEAL (nasal swab) RT-PCR test result. This test should have been taken no earlier than seventy-two (72) hours prior to arrival in Trinidad and Tobago.
Fully Vaccinated minors and fully vaccinated adults will be subjected to the same protocols.
NB: Unvaccinated/partially vaccinated minors travelling under the care of a fully vaccinated adult will be subjected to the same protocols as the fully vaccinated adult. Additionally, the minor will have to undergo a PCR test between the 3rd and 5th day after arrival in Trinidad and Tobago. This can be done at a public or private testing facility.
For non-vaccinated nationals:
Unvaccinated /partially vaccinated Nationals (Citizen or Permanent Resident) of Trinidad and Tobago will be required to enter into a mandatory 14 day quarantine at an approved state supervised hotel, at their expense. Before beginning the application process, travellers MUST have proof of confirmed accommodation at an approved state supervised quarantine hotel.
Proof of confirmation for authorised accommodation is required
If there is no approved, state-supervised accommodation available, an unvaccinated / partially vaccinated passenger will NOT be granted a TTravel Pass.
For foreign nationals wanting to enter T&T:
Only fully vaccinated non-nationals are being allowed entry into Trinidad and Tobago at this time.
Individuals are only considered to be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 if 14 days have passed since they received the full dosage of a World Health Organisation approved vaccine, i.e. 14 days after they have received of a second dose in a 2-dose series or 14 days after they have received a single-dose vaccine.
Visitors to Trinidad and Tobago must be fully vaccinated by the time of their application for the TTravel Pass.