Media Houses were not allowed to interview any of the just over 2-hundred persons who returned to the island today.
The passenger flights into the island today represent the second and third flights into the island under the government’s controlled re-entry initiative.
Foreign Affairs Minister, Senator Kamina Johnson-Smith, says she’s satisfied with the process of re-entry thus far, adding that the protocols are achieving the desired objective despite previous returnees testing positive for COVID-19.
While admitting the risk involved, Minister Johnson-Smith says all returning nationals will be tested, as a condition of their return.
Minister Johnson Smith also says the next batch of nationals due to return, will depend on feedback from the Health Ministry.
Senator Kamina Johnson-Smith, Minister of Foreign Affairs, speaking with Nationwide News.
A total of two hundred and seven nationals returned to the island today, from both Canada and the United States.