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Antigua & Barbuda – Updated travel advisory switches from PCR to rapid testing


(Antigua Observer) – A new travel advisory that will be issued soon gives passengers permission to take an approved rapid test upon arrival to Antigua and Barbuda.

This change will take effect from Wednesday 17th November and passengers must also be fully vaccinated in order to gain entry.

A list of approved rapid tests published by the WHO, the US/FDA and the NHS will be included in the travel advisory.

Passengers have the option of arriving with a negative PCR test or being subject to rapid testing on arrival.


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