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St Lucia Neg Covid-19 Test requirement.
My wife an I are planning on going down to St Lucia on Sat June 6th for a weeks stay at Sandal’s. one of the entry requirements is a negative covid-19 test 48 hours prior to your flight. This is becoming a Real Issue because the testing sites will not guarantee the results will be available that quickly. I am being given more of a 3-5 day window to receive results. The rapid testing that is available is going to the hospital based patients as it should. Is anyone else dealing with this or just thoughts and suggestion?
This is going to continue to be a problem in the US for the foreseeable future. Hawaii want’s to require a negative test 72 hours before boarding the flight, yet no where in the US can a non sick person get a test with that kind of turnaround. Hawaii is now wanting to let folks from Japan, Australia and New Zealand a pass….. Makes me feel like the negative test requirement is effectively the same as a quarantine as nobody can get reliably find a test.