Authorities at the Las Americas International Airport have begun requesting that employees, travelers and visitors to the capital city terminal present proof of Covid-19 to enter.
Tourists must present their ID and a vaccination card or a negative result of a PCR or antigen test undertaken with a maximum of seven days. Private security request the documents at the access points to the airports.
As reported in Listin Diario, airport managements met on Tuesday, 30 November 2021, and decided on the access requirements.
Simultaneous flights will be distributed equally among the terminals in airports with more than one terminal, as is the case of the AILA-SDQ. This is to avoid passenger crowding within the airports and the spread of Covid-19, including the new variant Omicron.
The airports also discussed other measures to guarantee the availability, operability and comfort of the spaces available for passengers, visitors and users of the terminals, including air conditioning, lighting, signage and cleanliness. During the meeting, airport managers looked into solutions to improve distancing in the areas of migration, customs and airline counters.
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2 December 2021