April 27. Turks and Caicos has amended its “Public and Environmental Health Arriving Passengers Travel Clearance Regulations,” relaxing restrictions for vaccinated travelers to the destination. While all travelers over the age of 18 must still show proof of full vaccination to visit the Turks and Caicos Islands, they are no longer required to provide a negative COVID-19 test or proof of travel insurance to gain entry as of May 1. All visitors will also no longer be required to upload their information to the TCI Assured portal, as it will be discontinued on Saturday, April 30, and masks will no longer be required in indoors and enclosed spaces.
Effective May 1, all travelers aged 18 and over must show proof of vaccination (printed card or electronic) at the airports, both at the point of departure and on arrival into Turks and Caicos, with no additional documents required. Previously, travelers were required to show proof of vaccination, a negative COVID-19 test taken within three days, travel insurance covering COVID-related expenses, and acceptance from TCI Assured, a quality assurance portal and program, which had been in place for travelers since the destination opened its borders to tourists on July 22, 2020.
Source: Travel Agent Central