In a media announcement released by the Turks and Caicos Islands Tourist Board, international travelers planning to come will be required to be certified by TCI Assured.
Upon arrival by air, visitors are expected to present their TCI Assured certifications to local authorities, all of whom will be wearing personal protective equipment, before proceeding through immigration where temperature checks will also take place.
Airports, hotels, restaurants and other public and private services relating to tourism will also follow new operational protocols. These new measures will incorporate health screenings, physical distancing, mandatory use of face coverings in public, recommended use of face coverings on the beach, and social gatherings limited to 25 people or less.
The announcement of the reopening from Turks and Caicos Islands tourism board also include news relating to airline partners, including American Airlines, JetBlue, Delta Airlines, and Air Canada. They will resume flight services from within the United States and Canada as of July 22. Private jet terminals will open on July 22 as well in conjunction with the reopening of Providenciales International Airport.