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JAs tourists began to return to the Caribbean, its popular winter sun destinations were hit by a wave of coronavirus infections, causing lockdowns and tightened border restrictions.
Jamaica is the latest to confirm that it will restrict the movement of people on the island for two more weeks as cases remain high.
Prime Minister Andrew Holness has confirmed the extension of “days of no movement” until September 14. Outside of these designated days, a 7 p.m. curfew (6 p.m. Saturdays) remains in place. The island has reported 118 deaths in the past week, with a case rate of 157 per 100,000.
Anguilla has also revised the testing requirements for international arrivals. From October 1, the Green List country will require all visitors to take a test on the fourth day, in addition to one on entry and one before arrival.
Barbados has also tightened restrictions on its border, requiring a quarantine of varying duration for all travelers, regardless of their vaccination status, and depending on testing.
Elsewhere in the Caribbean, the case rate in Saint Lucia on the Amber List is 427 per 100.00, while in Grenada on the Green List, there has been a 250% increase in cases over the course of the year. last week.