Because the Bahamas readies to renew worldwide journey on July 1, The Bahamas Ministry of Tourism & Aviation is outlining security protocols for guests getting into the nation.
All incoming vacationers should current a destructive COVID-19 swab take a look at, with outcomes not more than 10 days outdated. For these arriving after July 7, outcomes will be not more than seven days outdated.
They need to additionally full an digital Well being Visa previous to departure at journey.gov.bs the place they’ll add their take a look at outcomes and supply contact data essential for contact tracing functions. An automatic response will likely be supplied which have to be offered upon arrival.
Upon arrival at airports and seaports, guests should endure temperature screenings and put on a face masks. Vacationers who present signs of COVID-19 “may be transferred to an area away from other passengers for further testing and evaluation.”
Throughout Section 2, inns, resorts, and trip leases will comply with in depth well being and security protocols. At eating places, seating will likely be organized to accommodate for bodily distancing of friends and buffets will likely be discontinued till additional discover.
Bahamas tourism officers mentioned Section 3, starting on July 13, will enable for the reopening of sights, excursions, and excursions whereas Section 4, starting on July 27, permits for distributors and Jet Ski operators to renew operations.
Airways resume serviceDelta Air Strains will likely be relaunching its twice-daily flights from Atlanta to Nassau on July 2, and American Airways will resume flights to Nassau and Exuma on July 7.
United Airways will likely be resuming day by day service from Houston to Nassau on July 6, adopted by Denver to Nassau Saturday flights on July 11.
Southwest will resume day by day service between Baltimore and Nassau on July 1.
JetBlue will resume day by day service between New York (JFK) and Nassau in addition to Fort Lauderdale and Nassau on July 2.
On July 2, Air Canada will restart flights from Toronto to Nassau.