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Yes, starting July 30th, anyone entering the country must show a negative test or take the rapid test at the entry airport.

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that certainly will suck .  it will also slow things down terribly.  i cannot see them doing anything like this in a timely manner.  it would be good to hear from somebody when they get their boots on the ground as to how this is all working out

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Yes, starting July 30th, anyone entering the country must show a negative test or take the rapid test at the entry airport.

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Mabuhay/Hola/Sawasdee Sir Jethro Gibbs,

From a discussion yesterday that I had with a person who works at the airport, as you near the Immigration area, there are "health stations" set up. They collect the form that you have filled out, and (in my case), they will collect a copy of test that I will bring along from LabCorp/Pixel that will show a negative PCR test for SARS-CoV-2 from two days before (in our medical group, all doctors and staff are tested each Monday with results back by Tuesday, plus we do temperature checks twice a day and also have screening questions). So I will bring my own PCR test results. I will then pass through and go to the Immigration Officer.

If I didn't have the test, then I will be re-directed to an area where they run the "quick test" (takes about 5 minutes), and then re-directed to the Immigration Officer.

You know, some countries, like Philippines and Australia, have their borders CLOSED TIGHT - NO ENTRY except to their own citizens, who then must do a mandatory 14-day quarantine at their own expense. Some countries, especially in Europe, have their borders closed tight to citizens of certain countries (like the U.S.) while freely admitting other countries. And some countries (like Brazil and Mexico) have open open borders to anyone/everyone.

I think that DR has gotten this right. And the process should add 5-10 minutes to the process. If you bring your own PCR test in which the sample was taken within the previous 5 days and shows a negative result, then it is just one more simple step. Again, PCR tests are readily available in the U.S. (our medical group has 80 doctors, and about 500 clinic staff, so we are all tested each Monday, and again if needed based on appearance of signs/symptoms of Covid-19).

Don't panic guys. DR is keeping its borders open. They seem to have chosen a pretty smart path forward (I see the "hand" of the new government in this in bringing some reasoned solutions to it): "keep our borders open while taking prudent steps to protect ourselves from infected people coming".

I don't see the situation of "it will also slow things down terribly.  i cannot see them doing anything like this in a timely manner." Adding 5-10 minutes (probably less if you bring your own PCR lab test results)? Sure. Causing a crisis where we should just lock ourselves in our closets and not ever venture outside? Not for me. I will be going down in less than 2 weeks and will give an update. Also, i am talking later today with two hotel/restaurant owners down there. Both have new guests arriving today. They have promised me an update from what their guests report about the process. Somehow, I think that this is all GOOD news (a pretty straightforward process that should help everyone out).

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Mabuhay/Hola/Sawasdee Fellow Mongers,

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Tonight I will be speaking with two owners of resorts/restaurants. Both have new guests arriving today. They have told me that they will update me on the process that those new guests go through at the airport. I will share just as soon as I hear.

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Re: Travelers to DR will require negative Covid test effective 7/30/20
« Reply #4 on: August 01, 2020, 02:46:26 AM »
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  • No doubt this is all positive unless you're the last guy off the plane  ;D lol

    Looking forward to hearing actual experiences.

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    Re: Travelers to DR will require negative Covid test effective 7/30/20
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    No doubt this is all positive unless you're the last guy off the plane  ;D lol

    Looking forward to hearing actual experiences.


    Mabuhay/Hola/Sawasdee Sir Jethro Gibbs,

    Yes, yes you have a good point. I did get a short message from one owner last evening. He had two guests arrive yesterday afternoon. Neither had a recent laboratory testing certificate. Apparently one was passed on through (did not have a fever, had no symptoms, so they took his health questionnaire and he went directly to Immigration). One had to go and have a quick test performed. According to the owner's message, "guest said it took him an extra 7-8 minutes, and he then was cleared to go to the Immigration line".

    Both got through Immigration, and had to wait about 10 minutes for their bags. They got their bags, and the owner and his driver were waiting outside. The owner ended his message with "it all seems to have added nothing to the standard time to get through the process and get your bags.

    This is a report on ONE pick up. I will be calling two other owners of resort/restaurants over the weekend (one has 2 guests coming on Saturday, one has 3 guests coming on Saturday and 2 guests coming on Sunday). They have already said that they will share feedback on how the process is working. They both encouraged me to bring my own results, and then just skip any of this. Because everyone in our clinic is tested each Mondy (results back on Tuesday), I will just print off my results on Tuesday, and bring with me for my flights on Wednesday. In America, most Covid-19 testing is free (many state or federal locations make it free, insurance also covers it fully), and all that you need is either (a) order from a physician or (b) state that you have been around someone with Covid-19 (Hell, we're all around these people, unless you live inside a metal tube).

    Oh, the owner last night said that the planes coming in are pretty full, or full. Tourism is picking back up down in DR.

    You know, DR may be one of the very few places that is getting this right. Clearly they have an "internal problem" (many people on the island already infected), and that needs to be controlled But to avoid new infections being "imported", they haven't locked their borders (like Europe has done to the U.S., or like Philippines or Thailand have done to the World). Nope. And they haven't just "thrown open the doors to everyone no matter what (like Brazil or Mexico). Nope. They have invited tourists, but you must prove that a recent test and that symptoms show that you are likely not infected with SARS-CoV-2 virus. Makes a lot of sense.

    Thanks Sir !!

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    Re: Travelers to DR will require negative Covid test effective 7/30/20
    « Reply #6 on: August 02, 2020, 01:54:33 AM »
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  • Marsman, I do believe you are getting the benefit of being a member of the medical profession in order to receive quick turnaround of covid testing.

    My understanding is that this isn't so for the average Joe, at least not in Florida, where folks are waiting weeks for test results.

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    Re: Travelers to DR will require negative Covid test effective 7/30/20
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    Marsman, I do believe you are getting the benefit of being a member of the medical profession in order to receive quick turnaround of covid testing.

    My understanding is that this isn't so for the average Joe, at least not in Florida, where folks are waiting weeks for test results.
    so by the time you get results back they would not be current enough to use for entry?

    the local hospital here just announced drive thru testing with results back in 48-72 hours

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    Re: Travelers to DR will require negative Covid test effective 7/30/20
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  • Need to check which test the drive throughs and clinics are doing. The PCR generally is the nasal swab, and more accurate than the antigen tests, which can also be a swab, but has faster results.
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    Re: Travelers to DR will require negative Covid test effective 7/30/20
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    so by the time you get results back they would not be current enough to use for entry?

    the local hospital here just announced drive thru testing with results back in 48-72 hours

    Correct.  If you took the test 5 days before your planned trip to the DR (which is the requirement) you may not get your results before your trip, at least not in Florida.

    Excerpts from the linked NBC news article:

    For Jorge Jaen, the wait time for lab results to confirm he was infected with COVID-19 was only three days. He attributes it to knowing the owner of the private lab company he went to.

    As demand for COVID-19 tests continues to rise in hard-hit Florida, so do the wait times for test results. Results can take 7 to 10 days and in some cases, even more. Nationwide, more people are testing for the virus and the turnaround time for results has increased from a couple of days to at least a week.

    Gov. Ron DeSantis said last week the state would “shift business away” from testing labs that aren’t able to comply with close to a 48-hour turnaround time.

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    Re: Travelers to DR will require negative Covid test effective 7/30/20
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  • a ten day wait on results would almost eat up the 14 day self quarantine period if you got a positive result back. lol

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    Re: Travelers to DR will require negative Covid test effective 7/30/20
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  • Mabuhay/Hola/Sawasdee Fellow Mongers !!

    I just got off the phone with an owner of a resort down there. He had FIVE guests arriving today, and he was in the SUV on the way from the airport. Here is what he told me that the guests all told him (they were all in the van together, and said the same things):

    As soon as they stepped off the jet bridge, there was a lady with a clipboard standing there. each person was asked if he/she had test results. My friend the owner said that everyone said that this step took about 2 seconds and did NOT slow down the line. She then directed people to the left or to the right depending on whether they had test results:

    HAD TEST RESULTS: two of his guests had test results. They said that their line didn't even stop. They walked past a person who quickly glanced at the results, and motioned each of them by.  So if you have test results, they took your temperature (we do that every day, twice a day, at our clinic for all doctors and staff, and all patients - take about 5 seconds). So they were into Immigration as if nothing had changed.

    DID NOT HAVE TEST RESULTS: three of his guests did NOT have test results. They first had their temperatures taken. Two of the three were then motioned on to Immigration. One had a test performed, which he sat and waited for the results. My friend the owner said that he said the entire process was "about 10 minutes, or less - very easy"). He met up with the other guys in Baggage Claim, because several had checked bags or golf clubs. That was (as usual) the longest part, and they had to wait about 20 minutes for those to be claimed.

    I asked him (again, he was in the van with the men) "did this take any longer than usual?". I heard him ask the question, and then I heard two big discussions. First, "NO, it did not take longer than usual" and then a big debate over which set of golf clubs took the longest to come through Baggage Claim.

    Bottom line from these 5 guys: No Big Deal.

    I will not alter my plans to visit Paradise based on these feedback items. And my trip is now less than 10 days away. I am expecting more feedback calls/messages from other owners of resorts/restaurants. I will share if they are any different from the above.

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    Re: Travelers to DR will require negative Covid test effective 7/30/20
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  • Mabuhay/Hola/Sawasdee Fellow Mongers,

    Oh, I forgot to mention above, I asked "why did two of the three guys without results get waved through and one got tested". So he asked them, and that started a lot of bantering back and forth in the van. I heard the guy (apparently he was the one who was tested) stated "because I am so handsome and the girl doing the testing wanted to be close to me", which of course started a lot of laughter and discussion.

    My friend, in the end, said "no one knows, likely the others without a temperature got waved through, or maybe they don't have enough testing capacity, or it is random".

    So if you have results, it is a 5 second process. If you don't have results, it is still pretty quick. If you have Covid-19, then don't go ...

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    Re: Travelers to DR will require negative Covid test effective 7/30/20
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    Mabuhay/Hola/Sawasdee Fellow Mongers !!

    I just got off the phone with an owner of a resort down there. He had FIVE guests arriving today, and he was in the SUV on the way from the airport. Here is what he told me that the guests all told him (they were all in the van together, and said the same things):

    As soon as they stepped off the jet bridge, there was a lady with a clipboard standing there. each person was asked if he/she had test results. My friend the owner said that everyone said that this step took about 2 seconds and did NOT slow down the line. She then directed people to the left or to the right depending on whether they had test results:

    HAD TEST RESULTS: two of his guests had test results. They said that their line didn't even stop. They walked past a person who quickly glanced at the results, and motioned each of them by.  So if you have test results, they took your temperature (we do that every day, twice a day, at our clinic for all doctors and staff, and all patients - take about 5 seconds). So they were into Immigration as if nothing had changed.

    DID NOT HAVE TEST RESULTS: three of his guests did NOT have test results. They first had their temperatures taken. Two of the three were then motioned on to Immigration. One had a test performed, which he sat and waited for the results. My friend the owner said that he said the entire process was "about 10 minutes, or less - very easy"). He met up with the other guys in Baggage Claim, because several had checked bags or golf clubs. That was (as usual) the longest part, and they had to wait about 20 minutes for those to be claimed.

    I asked him (again, he was in the van with the men) "did this take any longer than usual?". I heard him ask the question, and then I heard two big discussions. First, "NO, it did not take longer than usual" and then a big debate over which set of golf clubs took the longest to come through Baggage Claim.

    Bottom line from these 5 guys: No Big Deal.

    I will not alter my plans to visit Paradise based on these feedback items. And my trip is now less than 10 days away. I am expecting more feedback calls/messages from other owners of resorts/restaurants. I will share if they are any different from the above.

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    the only way it would have any affect is if you got down to baggage claim and the bags were already out.  if they had to wait for bags to unload, no time lost

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    Re: Travelers to DR will require negative Covid test effective 7/30/20
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  • Mabuhay/Hola/Sawasdee Fellow Mongers !!

    Yesterday, I spoke with an owner of a resort/hotel/restaurant, and he had three guests arrive (none brought Covid-19 test results with them). They all got into the line to be tested. He asked each "how long did it take until you were out of line and to Immigration?" Their answer to him was "7-8 minutes".

    Then last evening, an owner of a different place (who had one guest arrive yesterday, Wednesday, August 5, 2020) wrote me the message below that he had had one guest arrive without test results. I inquired about how long the guest took waiting to be tested and to get results. You can read for yourself:

    They all complained that the longest part was waiting for their bags to come out in Baggage Claim (never sure why this is the case, but I agree that their Baggage Claim area there is always so slow).

    Bottom line to me seems to be that any hotels/resorts that are staying closed down there because of "uncertainty" and etc. are "pulling our wankers". They may have some other reasons, but it sure as Hell seems to me like their reasons given ("conditions here are still too uncertain") are a big pile of you know what.

    I go down next week and will let you know if anything is any different. I will bring my test results with me. But it seems like the DR has organized a rapid test that produces results in 5-10 minutes, and that really isn't badly impacting travelers. Frankly, I think that their process makes a lot of sense.

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    Re: Travelers to DR will require negative Covid test effective 7/30/20
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  • I wonder what happens if one tests positive on arrival?  Do they get sent back?

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    I wonder what happens if one tests positive on arrival?  Do they get sent back?

    Mabuhay/Hola/Sawasdee Sir Jethro Gibbs,

    That is a very good question, and I've really no idea. But I would rather not find out.

    For me, I will get tested (as we do each week in our clinic) before I go and have my results in hand. If I had ANY symptoms, I wouldn't get on the plane in the first place. Getting on a plane to a foreign country when you have even a hint of a symptom is not the place for denial ... (I see patients regularly who are in denial about their diseases - this is not uncommong). I realize that many younger people with Covid-19 infections are asymptomatic. But it seems much more common in older adults to have the classic symptoms (cough, fever, loss of taste/smell, difficult breathing, etc.).

    None of the owners who I have been communicating with have had any issues with any of their guests so far. It seems that if you have a test in hand, you are quickly waved through. If you do not have a test in hand, some still get waved through, and some get tested (apparently the "5 to 10 minutes" estimate is holding). That is what I am hearing again and again. None of them have reported any guests testing positive. We all know that sooner or later that will happen, but I do not know what happens then.

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    Yes, starting July 30th, anyone entering the country must show a negative test or take the rapid test at the entry airport.

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    Mabuhay Sir Jethro Gibbs,

    Lunch time here, and I had about 5 minutes to catch up on personal email. I receive a weekly newsletter called "Boarding Pass" (not sure how I found it), but it has stories of interest each week about travel.

    Here is one of interest:

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    They basically say that "rapid testing for Covid-19 at arrival airports is going to become more and more common, and may be the way for countries to re-open safely".  Seems like Dominican Republic may actually be "ahead of the curve" on instituting this. The article predicts that it will become much, much more common.

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    I wonder what happens if one tests positive on arrival?  Do they get sent back?
    i would assume they put you on 14 day lockdown, right?  it would be kind of irresponsible to put a sick person on a plane full of people, even though if i was sick, would want to be at home, not some foreign country

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  •  Guys, can you please fill me in on the current situation with BB and Oasis - former FOD? I haven't been there in about 3-4 years.
    Are they still open for business? Open right now? Is the talent worth a visit? How are the prices? Does Oasis still suck compared to BB or are they better now?

    Can you recommend any other places like that in the DR?

    And also how is Medellin compared to Puerto Plata - how is safety, ease of finding girls, prices? I thought to stay at Hotel Medellin based on an online tip.

    Would greatly appreciate any info.

       

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    Guys, can you please fill me in on the current situation with BB and Oasis - former FOD? I haven't been there in about 3-4 years.
    Are they still open for business? Open right now? Is the talent worth a visit? How are the prices? Does Oasis still suck compared to BB or are they better now?

    Can you recommend any other places like that in the DR?

    And also how is Medellin compared to Puerto Plata - how is safety, ease of finding girls, prices? I thought to stay at Hotel Medellin based on an online tip.

    Would greatly appreciate any info.
    Both BB and Oasis closed for now.  Oasis may not open back up according to rumors.  BB is far superior.  The Mansion in Medellin is also closed nw due to covid  + no international flights there (rumor til Nov. now). I love Medellin & the Mansion.
       

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  •  Thank you, Huskerdude.
    I see your countdown for Germany. Do you recommend any specific brothels?
    Isn't Europe closed for travelers from the US?

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    Thank you, Huskerdude.
    I see your countdown for Germany. Do you recommend any specific brothels?
    Isn't Europe closed for travelers from the US?
    Sorry, didn't notice , trip cancelled.  I've had six trips cancelled so far, so many, I lose count.  Recommend FKK Oase & FKK Sharks when opens.

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    Sorry, didn't notice , trip cancelled.  I've had six trips cancelled so far, so many, I lose count.  Recommend FKK Oase & FKK Sharks when opens.

    Man you must be chomping at the bit to get some pussy! lol  Hope you're getting some locally!

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    Sorry, didn't notice , trip cancelled.  I've had six trips cancelled so far, so many, I lose count.  Recommend FKK Oase & FKK Sharks when opens.

    Man you must be chomping at the bit to get some pussy! lol  Hope you're getting some locally!
    jethro, husker has bella to keep him company stateside. lol

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