Public asked to refrain from collecting passengers from airport
The board of directors and management of the Grantley Adams International Airport (GAIA) Inc. has advised the public to refrain from collecting or greeting passengers from high-risk countries.
A statement issued by Barbados Government Information Service today said due to COVID-19 protocols, anyone collecting travellers from high-risk countries, which include Canada, United Kingdom, United States of America, Guyana, Jamaica and Trinidad, should have no contact with travellers until they have been cleared by health authorities.
This is in an effort to minimise any potential health risks. (GAIA Inc.)