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24 March 2020, Trinidad & Tobago’s borders are closed to all international flights until further notice. This will affect crew changes as no-one will not be permitted to enter the country through the airport or disembark vessels or rigs during this time.

Seaports (Port Facilities) are closed. However, protocols are in place to allow sea and air cargo vessels to enter and offload cargo. Crew are not allowed to disembark. Ship spares deliveries to a vessel or rig already in port are allowed, upon request. Bunker and food supplies delivery is not permitted. Special permission may be granted upon request.

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titleSource: Ministry of Public Health

2 April, 2020, Public Health [2019 Novel Coronavirus (2019-Ncov)] (No. 7) Regulations, 2020: All air and sea ports or any place where an aircraft or ship or vessel can land shall, except in relation to air and sea cargo, remain closed to the arrival or departure of aircraft or ships or other vessels carrying passengers unless permitted by the Minister with responsibility for national security. […]”

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titleRemarks from the International Road Transport Union