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Caribbean island introduces new hotel mealtime rule to protect guests and staff

Tourists holidaying on the Caribbean island of St Lucia will have their temperature taken before every meal in strict new guidelines to protect guests and staff.

The government has announced that it will begin to open its borders to tourists from 4 June as part of a three-phase schedule.

Only tourists from the United States will be allowed to visit the island in phase 1 via air but seaports will remain closed.

Saint Lucia has a population of approx 180,000. The island has had a total of 18 cases, as of Friday 15th May 2020 with no deaths. All 18 cases have recovered.

You will have to have a certified negative COVID-19 certificate to travel, and masks will be compulsory while on the plane and in the airports and hotels.

All hotel guests will have their temperatures taken at mealtimes, while staff will have theirs tested at the beginning and end of every shift.

Source: The Mirror

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