The Ministry of Foreign Affairs in St. Vincent and the Grenadines, on Thursday, informed the public of decision taken by the Cabinet last week Friday in relation to COVID-19 pandemic.

They are as follows:

  1. Cabinet granted approval for persons with a travel history that includes Iran to be quarantined for 14 days.
  2. Approval was granted to continue quarantine requirements for 14 days for persons with a travel history that includes China, South Korea and Italy.
  3. Approval was granted to discontinue quarantine requirements for persons travelling from Singapore, Hong Kong and Japan.
  4. Approval was granted to implement active surveillance of persons with a travel history that includes countries with community transmission.
  5. Quarantine of non-residents will be at the cost of the traveler.
  6. Social distancing and limits on mass gatherings will be considered.
  7. Non-essential travel is not advised at this time.

2 replies on “Cabinet mulls limits on mass gatherings, revises quarantine lists”

  1. why are we bringing people here to quarantine, where is the quarantine facility? I don’t think they should get this far.

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