Dominica is today opening its borders to visitors and health officials have urged adherence to strict protocols to prevent the further spread of COVID-19 here.
In a phased approach, nationals were allowed home from June 15. From today, others wishing to access the island will be allowed entry.
Coordinator of the Health Promotion Unit Mignon Rolle-Shillingford has restated pre-arrival protocols designed to minimize the risk of infection.
She stresses that a PCR test is mandatory.
Rolle- Shillingford says persons travelling to Dominica must also complete an online health screening questionnaire, 24 hours before arrival.