The U.S. Travel Advisory for Trinidad and Tobago was updated on October 5 due to a change in health restrictions for COVID-19. The security and safety aspects of the advisory did not change.
Travel Advisories do no target specific countries. Each country is assigned an overall Travel Advisory Level from 1-4. The Department’s Travel Advisory levels are based on established risk indicators such as health, crime, terrorism, kidnapping or hostage taking, civil unrest, natural disasters, and other potential risks. Each country’s level is based on an assessment of domestic conditions that might affect the welfare or safety of U.S. citizens.
Advisories are updated when a change in any part of the advisory occurs. They are also updated when the advisory is lowered.
The Department of State has no greater responsibility than the safety and security of U.S. citizens overseas. We are committed to providing U.S. citizens with the most up-to-date, fact-based, accurate, and transparent information to keep U.S. citizens informed when they are abroad.