Several islands in the Caribbean have introduced Covid testing as a prerequisite for entry, but islands have continued to tweak the requirements. The Bahamas, for example, last week said it was requiring proof of a negative test taken 10 days before arriving, an increase from seven days.
The Turks and Caicos Islands heard travel advisor and traveler complaints, and it responded by loosening some of its restrictions. Previously, it required travelers to submit proof of a negative Covid-19 test within three days of travel, but that time period has lengthened to five days. Children under 10 do not have to submit proof of a negative test.