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CHTA Live: The Resilience Series “Understanding & Adjusting to New Traveler Testing Requirements by the US, UK and Canada”

Tuesday, January 26, 2020 1:00 – 2:15PM ET

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New testing entry requirements imposed this month for international travelers returning to or entering the US, UK and Canada are causing challenges for the tourism industry and Caribbean Governments. Many destinations lack the capacity to conduct the tests within the required time period.

Companies and destinations which are better able to respond to the requirements, facilitate testing, and provide health safety assurances to the prospective traveler will be better positioned to recover and weather the next several months.

Join us for an informative discussion as we dive into the details and address questions and concerns by tourism’s public and private sector stakeholders.

What We’ll Cover:

  • Understanding the New Testing Requirements
  • What Role Do the Airlines Play?
  • Testing Requirements and Capacity Challenges, Vaccine Updates from CARPHA
  • How Some Jurisdictions May be Eligible for Temporary Waivers to Phase In Compliance


Peter Cerda

Regional Vice President, The Americas

International Air Transport Association (IATA)


Nicola Madden-Greig

1st CHTA Vice President and Chairperson, CHTA Advocacy Committee

Group Director of Marketing & Sales

The Courtleigh Hospitality Group


Dr. Joy St. John

Executive Director

Caribbean Public Health Agency (CARPHA)

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