Turks and Caicos has announce an update to its travel protocols, Caribbean Journal has learned.
All travelers now need to present a negative PCR or antigen test result taken and received within three days before travel.
The new rules take effect on July 28, 2021.
It’s a change from the earlier requirement of five days.
Turks and Caicos first reopened for tourism in July 2020, implementing a series of destination-wide health and safety protocols called TCI Assured.