If You Have Been Fully Vaccinated Then You May Want To Consider The Bahamas For Travel & Here Is Why

If you are dreaming of a Caribbean destination to travel to once you have been fully vaccinated then the Bahamas might be on the top of your list. However, if you are someone who doesn’t want to get a vaccine then you have to wait a little longer.

The Prime Minister of the Bahamas announced today that they are going to be easing travel restrictions for people who are fully vaccinated against covid-19. Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis has decided that after receiving the second dose of the vaccine that you will be immediately exempt from the RT-PCR testing when travelling domestically.

The Bahamas, which is a tourist destination for many North Americans, will also be dropping the RT-PCR testing requirements for international travellers once they have been fully vaccinated and passed the two-week immunity period.

The Prime Minister wasn’t finished with that announcement either. Dr. Mantis also changed the curfew on the Bahamas mainland Abaco from 8p.m. – 5a.m. to 10 p.m. – 5 a.m.

Another caveat to the country was that people who have been fully vaccinated will also be able to enjoy indoor dining. This is something that has been shutdown in some parts of Ontario for over a year.

According to the website Worldometer, the Bahamas has had a total of 9,868 cases of covid-19 and out of those cases a total of 194 people have died. The popular tourist destination has a total population of 396,262. According to USA Today the island country has also vaccinated about 3.8% of the countries total population.

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