Dominican Republic Requiring Negative COVID-19 Test for All Visitors
Less than one month after reopening to international travelers, the Dominican Republic is now requiring visitors to present a negative COVID-19 test result in order to have freedom of movement in the Caribbean country. Starting Thursday, visitors must have proof of a negative polymerase chain reaction (PCR) or nasal swab test result recorded within five days of their arrival.
Costa Rica Removes Negative COVID-19 PCR Test Requirement
Starting on Monday, Oct. 26 Costa Rica will no longer require incoming travelers submit a negative RT-PCR test. The move comes as Costa Rica is preparing to open to all 50 U.S. states on November 1. “As of October 26, all local and foreign passengers who entered Costa Rica by air must not present a RT-CPCR diagnostic test with a negative result,” the Costa Rica Tourist Board said in
Los Cabos Unveils COVID-19 Testing Program
Los Cabos is creating an onsite testing program at all of the destination’s hotels, villas and timeshares in the wake of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) requirement that all air travelers provide proof of negative COVID-19 tests to enter the U.S. beginning on Jan. 26.