Government has implemented an online application process for the TT Travel Pass, a mandatory requirement for all travellers entering the country once borders re-open on July 17.
Speaking at a media briefing at the Ministry of Works and Transport’s Port of Spain office, Minister of Works and Transport Rohan Sinanan, Energy Minister Stuart Young and Minister of Public Administration and Digital Transformation, Hassel Bacchus, were present to give information on the new system, which should be live by the end of today at www.ttravelpass.gov.tt.
Sinanan said as of July 17, all commercial airlines are also invited to resume their schedules to and from Trinidad and Tobago.
Here are 10 things to know about the new mandatory TT Travel Pass:
1. All travellers entering Trinidad and Tobago will need a TT Travel Pass
Minister Young said all travellers must enter travel, COVID-19 vaccine and COVID-19 test information to acquire a TT Travel Pass online via www.ttravelpass.gov.tt before being allowed to enter the country.