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Bonaire is among the Caribbean countries to drop COVID-19 mandates.

News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri, April 21, 2022: Here are the top stories making the Caribbean travel news in 60 seconds for this week ending April 21, 2022:

At least three Caribbean countries are seeing a spike in new COVID-19 cases even as the CDC downgraded its travel advisory rankings and a U.S. judge rejected a travel mask warrant. Cuba, Barbados and French Guiana all saw a spike in new cases this week.

It comes as the CDC has now downgraded all of its Caribbean warnings to level three.

Prince Edward and Countess Sophie of Wessex will begin a tour of the Eastern Caribbean islands of Antigua and Barbuda, Saint Lucia and Saint Vincent and the Grenadines today, April 22-28. A Granada tour was scrapped.

The United States is warning Americans to exercise extra caution if traveling to the Dominican Republic because of a crime there.

Bonaire has dropped all of its COVID-19 travel requirements. From April 20, 2022, anyone can travel to Bonaire without the requirements of a negative COVID-19 test result, vaccination certificate or certificate of recovery.

International travelers to Jamaica no longer need to show a negative coronavirus test before arriving from April 16. Additionally, Jamaica’s mandate to wear a mask in enclosed public spaces ended on April 15.

American Airlines now offers flights to Ian Fleming Airport in Ocho Rios, Jamaica, becoming the first US carrier to do so.

What if you dreamed of Havana? Beginning May 4, 2022, Southwest will offer three daily roundtrip flights between Fort Lauderdale and Havana.

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