Prime Minister Gaston Browne has announced that Antigua and Barbuda will drop quarantine requirements for fully vaccinated people.
Currently, fully vaccinated travellers must quarantine for 7 days.
Browne announced moments ago that this demonstrates his government’s acceptance of the science behind the vaccine.
Browne said a formal announcement will be made next week Wednesday.
He said fully vaccinated persons will still need a negative PCR test, however, he said this may change to a rapid test in the very near future.
Meantime Browne said Antigua is to place restrictions on travellers from India, South Africa and Brazil, who visited these countries within a 14 day period before arriving in Antigua.
More details to come.