THE United States will not vaccinate overseas citizens for Covid-19.
A release posted on the US Embassy in Port-of-Spain on Friday sated, “As part of our efforts to give US citizens timely information so that they can make informed choices about travel abroad, the department advises that the United States government does not plan to provide Covid-19 vaccinations to private US citizens overseas.
“US citizens traveling or residing overseas should follow host country developments and guidelines for Covis-19 vaccination.”
The release noted that while regular commercial air service to the United States was suspended, flights were available.
It stated, “You can contact Caribbean Airlines regarding upcoming flights.
“Persons seeking to depart Trinidad and Tobago will also need to apply for exit exemptions via the Ministry of National Security.
“All airline passengers to the United States ages two years and older must provide a negative Covid-19 test taken within three calendar days of travel.”