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Dominican Republic implements new travel measures due to Covid-19

Dominican Republic implements new travel measures due to Covid-19

Santo Domingo, 28 (Prensa Latina) The Dominican Republic is implementing new measures for travelers visiting the country, with the aim of stopping the spread of Covid-19 as much as possible.
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The new requirements establish that travelers from Australia, the United Kingdom, Indonesia, Iraq, Iran, Kuwait, Ireland, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Senegal, Syria, Sweden, Monaco, Thailand, Tunisia, Brazil, South Africa and India must submit negative PCR tests or vaccination card.

Also, the resolution of the Civil Aviation Board specifies that the test must be taken no more than 72 hours before arrival and in the case of the card no more than three weeks after the last dose.

In the case of crew members from the aforementioned countries, they must also present their PCR test or card or, failing that, remain confined in the hotels where they are staying.

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