PM reports “instance” of persons not wanting to cooperate with entry requirements


    T&T’s borders reopened to commercial flights today and already there has been an instance of persons not wanting to adhere to the outlined entry requirements.

    That was revealed today by Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley, who insisted that there will be no passes given to anyone.

    He reminds that the reopening of borders comes in the midst of the continuing pandemic, and that the measures are in place to protect the country.

    No details on the incident were provided.

    According to Minister Stuart Young, the first commercial flight came in from Guyana, with a flight from Dominica expected later today, and one from Miami due tomorrow.

    He also stated that the online portal set up to facilitate the reentry of persons has been operating well, with “tweaks” being made as necessary.

    Mr Young also addressed the matter of those who may want to enter the country via sea, eg those with yachts.