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Barbados could lose the travel corridor if Covid cases emerge
Barbados, one of the few travel destinations where the British are still welcome, is being removed from the list of quarantine-free travel corridors in the UK after a sharp spike in Covid cases. The island’s 7-day infection rate, which was just 3.8 per 100,000 residents before Christmas, is now 96.9. The government sometimes takes action when a country crosses the 100 mark, as seen last night with the decision to remove the United Arab Emirates on short notice, but much will depend on other factors, such as cases of imported cases and its own Judgment on the reliability of tests in Barbados. While the holidays are currently banned for Britons, changes will affect those who flew to the island before the last lockdown, as well as those planning a break after the lockdown. It is also questioned whether the surge in cases is a direct result of the island’s efforts to rebuild its tourism industry. Barbados, which relies on overseas visitors for nearly 40% of its GDP, was one of the first countries to reopen its borders to tourists. However, all comers must present a negative test no older than 72 hours, while those from high-risk destinations must be quarantined at their hotel and have a second test after five days.