Ambassador Mondello’s Statement on World Refugee Day 2020

The United States remains committed to boosting local efforts to assist displaced Venezuelans and refugees, and the gracious Trinbagonian communities that host them. In fact, we have spent seven million U.S. dollars over the last three fiscal years to help efforts right here in Trinidad and Tobago.
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Remarks by PDAS Chung at Trinidad & Tobago American Chamber of Commerce Annual General Meeting

The purpose of our sanctions is to identify those entities that are providing material support to the illegitimate Maduro regime.  It is critical that the Trinbagonian business community track and comply with U.S. sanctions to the full extent possible. 
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CDC adds COVID-19 Potential Symptoms

April 29, 2020 Location: Trinidad and Tobago ​Event: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has expanded its list of COVID-19 symptoms (fever, cough, and shortness of breath) to include chills, repeated shaking with chills, muscle pain, headache, sore throat and new loss of taste or smell.  Note this list is not all inclusive,  CDC guidance is to consult your medical ...
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Stay at Home Order Extended until May 15

April 27, 2020 Location: Trinidad and Tobago ​Event: The U.S. Embassy Port of Spain advises U.S. citizens that the Government of Trinidad and Tobago’s Stay at Home order has been extended from April 30 to May 15. The borders will also remain closed until at least May 15. These measures have been implemented to limit the spread of COVID-19 and ...
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Seats Available on Flight to Toronto, Canada

The U.S. Embassy Port of Spain has confirmed availability of seats on a West Jet commercial flight from Port of Spain to Toronto, Canada on Tuesday, April 14, 2020 at 3:30 p.m. ‪ To book a ticket on this flight U.S. citizens are advised to contact the airline directly at: https://bit.ly/2xg9Eco. 
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U.S. Citizens are advised to remain in T&T until regular commercial flights resume

U.S. citizens are advised to prepare to remain in Trinidad and Tobago until regular commercial flights are once again available. For daily updates on the situation in Trinidad and Tobago and our emergency services efforts please refer to the Embassy webpage on COVID-19.
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COVID-19 Information

The information on this page was updated on August 05, 2020 at 10:37 a.m. T&T time   Flight from Port of Spain to Fort Lauderdale on July 31st, 2020 (28 July, 2020) Flight from Port of Spain to Fort Lauderdale on July 28th, 2020 (23 July, 2020) Update: Friday July 17 Flight to New York fully booked (15 July, 2020) Health Alert: Flight from Port of Spain to New York on July 17, 2020 (14 July, 2020) Additional Planned Flights from POS to Puerto Rico and Florida on June 10 & 11. (7 June, 2020) Additional Planned Flight from Port of Spain to San Juan, Puerto Rico and Ft. Lauderdale, Florida (U.S.A.) (30 May, 2020) Planned Flight from Port of Spain to San Juan, Puerto Rico and Ft. Lauderdale, Florida (U.S.A.) (28 May, 2020) Embassy Remains Closed; Guidance on Consular Issues (20 May, 2020) Government of Trinidad and Tobago Citizenship and Residency Information Update (15 May, 2020) U.S. Citizens Advised to Rely on Authoritative Sources of Information (14 May, 2020) Details of Phased Re-Opening in Trinidad and Tobago (12 May, 2020) Resource Guide for U.S. Citizens (7 May, 2020) CDC adds COVID-19 Potential Symptoms (29 April, 2020) Stay at Home Order Extended until May 15 (27 April, 2020) Health Alert – Information on IRS Coronavirus Tax Relief and Economic Impact Payments (24 April, 2020) Stay at Home Order Still in Effect – Grocery Stores, Pharmacies Remain Open; Restaurants Remain Closed (22 April, 2020) Seats Available on Flight to Toronto, Canada (13 April, 2020) Health Alert – Virtual Town Hall Video (9 April, 2020) U.S. Citizens are advised to remain in T&T until regular commercial flights resume (9 April, 2020) Virtual Town Hall on Wednesday April 8, 2020 (7 April, 2020) Stay Home Order Extended until April 30 – Revised Hours for Stores; Restaurants Close (6 April, 2020) Message for U.S. Citizens: Stay Home Order Remains in Effect (3 April, 2020) Message for U.S. Citizens: Prepare to remain in Trinidad and Tobago until regular commercial flights resume (2 April, 2020) Message for U.S. Citizens: Last chance to Book April 1, 2020 Charter Flight to Miami (31 March, 2020) Seats still available on Charter Flight to U.S. (Miami) on Wednesday April 1 (30 March, 2020) Information on Government of Trinidad and Tobago Stay at Home Order/Public Health Ordinance (29 March, 2020) Information on U.S. Flight on Wednesday April 1, 2020 (29 March, 2020) Special Flight Leaving Trinidad to the United States on Wednesday April 1, 2020 (28 March, 2020) Assistance Request Form and Information on Extensions of Stay for Foreign Nationals (28 March, 2020) Travel and Repatriation Assistance Request Online Form and Email address (26 March, 2020) COVID-19: Travel and Repatriation Assistance Requests (25 March, 2020) COVID-19: Closure of Trinidad and Tobago Borders midnight March 22, 2020 (21 March, 2020) COVID-19: Airlines Reducing or Suspending Service from Trinidad and Tobago (19 March, 2020) COVID-19: Global Level 4 Health Advisory – Do Not Travel (18 March, 2020) COVID-19: Cancellation of routine U.S. citizen services and visa interviews starting March 17, 2020 (17 March, 2020) COVID-19 Information (26 February, 2020) Country-Specific Information:  There are eight deaths and 197 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Trinidad and Tobago. Effective midnight March 22, 2020 Trinidad and Tobago closed its borders. This measure was revised on May 09 and remains in effect ...
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