Coronavirus (COVID-19) and travel: The situation around the world is changing dramatically. Various governments have changed their travel warnings to restrict travel during this time. To understand how this may impact cover under your policy, please go to our FAQs and select your country of residence.
For the latest travel warnings and alerts around the world, read about lockdowns and border restrictions.
Airports are closed until 30 September, unless flights are permitted by the Minister. Any arriving passengers must enter quarantine for 14 days.
For the latest information on COVID-19 measures, check Trinidad and Tobago's Ministry of Health Regulations. Beaches, rivers and parks are now open. Domestic travel between the islands has resumed.
Wearing a face mask in public is still mandatory.
How safe is Trinidad and Tobago for travelers? Read our top 13 travel safety tips to find out about crime and potential travel dangers.
Trindad and Tobago has been rocked by the shock waves from an earthquake, with the United States Geological Survey (USGS) reporting a 7.3 earthquake striking off the coast of Venezuela which resulted in damage to buildings and roads. There have been no reports and injuries or deaths.
Please check with authorities, follow any official warnings and listen to local news reports to monitor the situation. Failure to comply with directives from government authorities means you won't be covered by travel insurance.
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