Where do you look for accurate information about traveling abroad in regards to current restrictions? Every website I have looked has different information; how do I know what is accurate?! Specifically we are looking to travel to Haiti- so I know I won't get much specific help here- but what guideline do we follow!? I understand the world is in flux right now and Haiti NEVER has it together but we would really like to know the specifics. (not that the country has taken COVID seriously so thats a whole other story...)
JetBlue says 1) self-obtained negative COVID test prior to departure 2) quarantine required upon arrival 3) health screening form required
American Airlines says to check out https://www.iatatravelcentre.com/international-travel-document-news/1580226297.htm which was last updated 6/3 and says 1) Passengers are subject to medical screening 2) A completed Health Declaration Form must be presented to immigration upon arrival and to check DOS.
Spirit says 1) complete a health form 2)travelers may also be asked to quarantine for a 14 day period or for the duration of their trip (whichever is shorter)
Department of State/US Embassy says 1) temperature check upon arrival 2) Provide accurate location upon arrival 3) Government of Haiti stated it will impose a requirement that all arriving passengers self quarantine for 14 days. The Ministry of Public Health will check on passenger 3x after arrival to monitor any symptoms. As of July 2 it is not certain when this requirement will take effect.
DOS also says to check with your airline for updated information; which makes you go in circles.
To the mods please move this if it is not in the correct category; no clue where it should be posted! Any help would be greatly appreciated!