Information for U.S. Citizens Affected by Hurricane Maria

Hurricane Maria – currently a strong category four storm – has brought significant rainfall and wind resulting in life-threatening flooding, mudslides, and storm surges across the Caribbean this week. Disruptions to travel and services are occuring throughout the path of the hurricane. Follow the link below for information on U.S. citizens affected by Hurricane Maria: ...
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Health Public Advisory – Yellow Fever – Update

Persons travelling from the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago are advised to carry their International Immunization Card with proof of the Yellow Fever vaccination when travelling to: Caribbean Countries Latin American Countries African Countries Asian countries Effective Wednesday June 22nd, 2016, booster doses or re-vaccination for Yellow Fever will no longer be required. One dose ...
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Health Public Advisory – Yellow Fever

People travelling from Trinidad and Tobago are advised to carry their International Immunization Card with proof of their updated Yellow Fever vaccination when travelling. For American citizens residing in Trinidad and Tobago, the International Immunization Card may be obtained at the following County Medical Offices with proof of immunization: St. George East John Shaw Avenue ...
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Greetings from the U.S. Embassy in Port of Spain

The United States Ambassador to Trinidad and Tobago, John L. Estrada, will host a Town Hall for U.S. citizens on Tuesday, June 7th.  The Ambassador is looking forward to meeting the American community in Trinidad. Date: Tuesday June 7th, at 12:00pm Venue: City Hall Auditorium, Harris Promenade, San Fernando. Please RSVP by June 3rd to ...
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