The Turks And Caicos Islands Will Reopen Borders To Tourists in July

The Turks and Caicos Islands, a British Overseas Territory southeast of the Bahamas, are set to reopen on July 22nd, 2020, as announced by Turks & Caicos premier, Sharlene Cartwright-Robinson. 

Officials have prepared new protocols for travelers

Cartwright-Robinson said that it would come with a series of new protocols, which will be announced soon, and are “stringent standards, training, and personal protective equipment, among other necessary measures”. The Turks & Caicos Islands Tourist Board said it “encourages travelers to consider the vacation destination as the play vacations for late July 2020 onwards”.

Pamela Ewing, director of tourism for the Turks & Caicos Islands Tourist Board, while addressing the reopening, said: “We are taking every precaution to ensure the Islands are safe and to enhance the exceptional experience and care afforded by the destination and our world-class hospitality partners. We intend to cautiously reboot the tourism sector, laying the foundation for short- and long-term recovery.”

Flights will resume as soon as the destination is ready

 According to the officials, flight service will resume from the United States, Canada, and Europe to Turks and Caicos as soon as it is ready. Private jet terminals will also reopen on July 22nd, along with Providenciales International Airport. The Tourist Board has said that the villas, hotels, resorts, restaurants, and tour operators are working on finalizing protocols. However, The Grand Turk Cruise Centre will remain closed until at least August 31st.

Also Read: UK Tourism Sector Wants Government To Stop Quarantining Visitors



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