If you are planning a trip to the Caribbean, you’ll need a negative COVID-19 before you go, with different destinations requiring different windows.

More importantly, you’ll need results within a very tight window.

And while each destination has a clear set of pre-testing requirements, it’s not always clear where to actually get tested — and do so quickly.

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Caribbean destinations are showing resilience amid the challenges of COVID-19, led by the tourism hub of Punta Cana, according to a new report from Expedia Group. 

Searches for Caribbean destinations on Expedia Group sites had a positive increase last month, driven in large part by the Dominican Republic, long the region’s most popular destination by volume. 

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Delta Air Lines will continue blocking middle seats through at least January 2021 as a health and safety precaution, the carrier said this week. 

Delta continues to be the leader among U.S. airlines in this particular safety protocol; others airlines such American Airlines have already terminated the practice. 

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Goldeneye, the Jamaica hotel set at the estate where author Ian Fleming created James Bond, has officially reopened, Caribbean Journal has learned. 

Chris Blackwell’s legendary Island Outpost retreat began its post-shutdown life on Aug. 21, a spokesperson for the property confirmed. 

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The US Virgin Islands is “putting the brakes” on tourism, closing its doors to leisure visitors beginning Aug. 19 for a period of at least one month. 

US Virgin Islands Governor Albert Bryan Jr announced the move, reverting the territory to a “Stay-at-Home” phase of its COVID-19 response for the next two weeks. 

“The recent infiltration of the virus into our residential institutions that house vulnerable members of our population creates an alarming level of risk,” the Governor said. “This adds to the stress of the ongoing pandemic response that seemingly has no end in sight and is wearing out our health care and public safety infrastructure.”

Effective immediately, all hotels, villas, Airbnb accommodations and guest houses, charter vessels and similar businesses have been ordered not to accept or book any new reservations for a month. 

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