My wife and I are hoping to travel to Bermuda the summer, which will make our 30-plus visit.
We are both fully vaccinated, but Bermuda’s existing testing regulations are proving to be a significant obstacle to our trip. We live in Florida where more than 80 per cent of seniors, and more than 60 per cent of all adults have been vaccinated.
Because of that state, many Covid testing sites are closing, making it very hard to get a PCR test within four days of our travel date.
May I suggest that the Bermuda Government start accepting proof of vaccination in order to allow entry.
I also suggest that persons who are new to travel to Bermuda may go elsewhere because of Bermuda’s restrictions.