Antigua and Barbuda to accept visitors with mixed vaccines

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    Travellers who received mixed doses of certain COVID-19 vaccines will be allowed entry in Antigua & Barbuda.

    The new guideline was announced today by that country’s National Covid-19 Vaccination Technical Working Group.

    It applies to visitors who have received a dose of the AstraZeneca vaccine with either Moderna or Pfizer vaccines, or a combination of Moderna and Pfizer.

    According to the Antigua Newsroom, the country is already welcoming fully vaccinated travellers who have received both doses of a WHO approved two-dose COVID-19 vaccine.

    Visitors meanwhile are expected to observe travel protocols, which include negative PCR tests taken within seven days of their flight to that country, with the exception of children below a certain age.

    The wearing of a face mask in public spaces is also mandatory throughout Antigua and Barbuda.