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Jazzy2019

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Re: Mandatory testing.
« Reply #30 on: July 27, 2020, 10:33:43 PM »
I bet the govt will have a change of heart on this.

There is almost no way possible that they will have the ability or expertise to conduct that quantity of tests in a rapid manner at the airport.

They can't even make that happen with their own people that quickly in controlled labs

The results are going to be garbage.

Hell they would not be able to accomplish that much testing at USA airports.

I think that things will end in disarray. They don’t have sufficient tests for their own population. How are they going to burn through 3,000 plus test a day checking tourists. They got a 36% positive rate in country. Those tests are better used tracking community spread. Then what the hell are they going to do with the positives. All this cost money and guaranteed they won’t be paying in pesos. Even if they’re willing to spend their precious dollar reserves where are they going to get the techs from and the PPE? I’m sure it sounded like a solution in whatever meeting they had, but they are far from sophisticated enough to make it work. They either run the risk of a few positives getting through or they shut the airports down.

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« Reply #31 on: July 27, 2020, 10:48:58 PM »
Yall love making topics out of rumors.  Ill be down there next week in some sweet yams.

Yall really think blood tests at airports is happening in Rd?😂🤣😂😂🤣🤣😂🤣😂

This isn’t a rumour.  Every major news outlet down there is reporting this story. 

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« Reply #32 on: July 27, 2020, 10:59:03 PM »
once again, they are not requiring testing for incoming passengers anymore. They tried to do it today and it was too much for them to handle so they dropped it.

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« Reply #33 on: July 27, 2020, 11:02:43 PM »
After the election the scare tactic is over and a treatment and cure will go in full swing.... maybe even before then.

https://www.facebook.com/lairelightner/videos/2700285300228152/

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« Reply #34 on: July 27, 2020, 11:42:33 PM »
once again, they are not requiring testing for incoming passengers anymore. They tried to do it today and it was too much for them to handle so they dropped it.

Great news. Man I hope it stays this way.

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« Reply #35 on: July 28, 2020, 01:52:21 AM »
I heard this bs before they announced the curfews. My crew was all set to get tested a few days out bc we heard you needed to prove you're negative or test down there.

Obvi that turned out to be some false rumor. And if this was a thought, not very good one.

Say i test negative 5 dats prior, what's to say i didn't catch it within the 5 following days or on the plane from someone that didn't pre-test. Too many variables and too many logistics to put into place.

OD45

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« Reply #36 on: July 28, 2020, 01:55:28 AM »
I heard this bs before they announced the curfews. My crew was all set to get tested a few days out bc we heard you needed to prove you're negative or test down there.

Obvi that turned out to be some false rumor. And if this was a thought, not very good one.

Say i test negative 5 dats prior, what's to say i didn't catch it within the 5 following days or on the plane from someone that didn't pre-test. Too many variables and too many logistics to put into place.

So are you all still coming?

yitzi

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« Reply #37 on: July 28, 2020, 02:18:09 AM »
Unless AA cancels, ill be there.

Drop down on the 17th. Just after the changing of the guard

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« Reply #38 on: July 28, 2020, 06:06:03 AM »
I just backed off of August and rebooked for October. Hoping things will calm down in Miami by then and the curfew will be over. I actually like being out and about and coming out later in the evening. Until then, just going to rock out with a few here I been chilling with. I do miss the easy pickings tho...🤣🤣🤣



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« Reply #39 on: July 28, 2020, 07:07:23 AM »
I just backed off of August and rebooked for October. Hoping things will calm down in Miami by then and the curfew will be over. I actually like being out and about and coming out later in the evening. Until then, just going to rock out with a few here I been chilling with. I do miss the easy pickings tho...🤣🤣🤣

Blast from the past, normal in towners:

That is my thinking also...curfew just not worth it to me...nice chicas..like your taste

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« Reply #40 on: July 28, 2020, 03:50:18 PM »
I was wondering if the anxiety in Puerto Rico would spill over to the DR.   The socialists there are calling for a moratorium on all tourists.

https://www.democracynow.org/2020/7/27/headlines/protesters_in_puerto_rico_call_for_halt_to_tourism_to_curb_mounting_coronavirus_cases

Returned to the San Juan Airport in Puerto Rico on Saturday. The island government is a joke. Thanks to US taxpayers they are able be absolute idiots with no accountability. The published requirement for a molecular test within 72 hours of arriving is all BS. There is no way to have a molecular test analyzed that fast. Theoretically a rapid test is supposed to be administered and if it’s negative you are given a voucher for a molecular test to be taken within 72 hours of your return. Problem is molecular tests are scarce and a friend is still waiting for his test results and it’s been two weeks.

I asked to take the rapid test and the technician said they were not available. No health questions, or temperature check. Took my address, email cellphone number.

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« Reply #41 on: July 28, 2020, 04:00:31 PM »
I was wondering if the anxiety in Puerto Rico would spill over to the DR.   The socialists there are calling for a moratorium on all tourists.

https://www.democracynow.org/2020/7/27/headlines/protesters_in_puerto_rico_call_for_halt_to_tourism_to_curb_mounting_coronavirus_cases

Returned to the San Juan Airport in Puerto Rico on Saturday. The island government is a joke. Thanks to US taxpayers they are able be absolute idiots with no accountability. The published requirement for a molecular test within 72 hours of arriving is all BS. There is no way to have a molecular test analyzed that fast. Theoretically a rapid test is supposed to be administered and if it’s negative you are given a voucher for a molecular test to be taken within 72 hours of your return. Problem is molecular tests are scarce and a friend is still waiting for his test results and it’s been two weeks.

I asked to take the rapid test and the technician said they were not available. No health questions, or temperature check. Took my address, email cellphone number.

👍🏾

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« Reply #42 on: July 28, 2020, 07:47:39 PM »
Its back on starting this Thursday July 30th, with a bit of a TWIST. Only in the DR can they fuck up a dinner party for one! ;)

 Presidency Minister Gustavo Montalvo is telling the nation today that international arrivals will need to bring their PCR test certificates when flying into the Dominican Republic.

Speaking to the nation from the Presidential Palace, Montalvo said: “Starting this Thursday July 30th, all persons who wish to enter the country must bring a PCR test that is no more than five days old.  >:(” Montalvo spoke in his capacity as coordinator of the High Level Commission for the Prevention and Control of the Coronavirus.

He then said that if the traveler comes without the test, “we will be conducting tests, as appropriate, at the airport itself.”

On Monday, at Las Americas and Santiago international airports all passengers arriving without test results were being required to take the blood antibody test, free of charge. This caused major delays that led to chaos and the cancellation of the testing.

Now Montalvo says the tests should resume. “As is done in other countries, any person arriving in our territory will be evaluated on their health condition and, if they test positive or show symptoms associated with Covid-19, they will be isolated in the centers authorized for this purpose”.

Dr. Amado Alejandro Báez, the Covid Response Management Committee executive director has tweeted that the government has habilitated the Customs Club, a hotel-like facility near the Las Americas International Airport. Airport testing had to be suspended on Monday for the chaos created in the Cibao International Airport in Santiago. On Tuesday, 28 July 2020,Airport testing had to be suspended on Monday for the chaos created in the Cibao International Airport in Santiago. On Tuesday, 28 July 2020, Presidency Minister Gustavo Montalvo is telling the nation that international arrivals will need to bring their PCR test certificates when flying into the Dominican Republic.
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VivaLaVega

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« Reply #43 on: July 28, 2020, 08:02:06 PM »
Well that is a twist....

https://dr1.com/forums/threads/airport-testing-is-back-says-presidency-minister.393920/#post-5545299

I wonder what measures will be adjusted after the attempt on Monday.

OD45

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« Reply #44 on: July 28, 2020, 08:13:39 PM »
I’m not cancelling shit. I’ll be there Sunday and I’m not taking a test before I go. I’ll report back how things went.

Lol, same!

From what I understand they put that policy out earlier today and by tonight it has already been walked back. They have suspended testing requirements for incoming tourist

This is what I was looking for right here. Thanks Bourbon.


Its back on starting this Thursday July 30th, with a bit of a TWIST. Only in the DR can they fuck up a dinner party for one! ;)

 Presidency Minister Gustavo Montalvo is telling the nation today that international arrivals will need to bring their PCR test certificates when flying into the Dominican Republic.

Speaking to the nation from the Presidential Palace, Montalvo said: “Starting this Thursday July 30th, all persons who wish to enter the country must bring a PCR test that is no more than five days old.  >:(” Montalvo spoke in his capacity as coordinator of the High Level Commission for the Prevention and Control of the Coronavirus.

He then said that if the traveler comes without the test, “we will be conducting tests, as appropriate, at the airport itself.”

On Monday, at Las Americas and Santiago international airports all passengers arriving without test results were being required to take the blood antibody test, free of charge. This caused major delays that led to chaos and the cancellation of the testing.

Now Montalvo says the tests should resume. “As is done in other countries, any person arriving in our territory will be evaluated on their health condition and, if they test positive or show symptoms associated with Covid-19, they will be isolated in the centers authorized for this purpose”.

Dr. Amado Alejandro Báez, the Covid Response Management Committee executive director has tweeted that the government has habilitated the Customs Club, a hotel-like facility near the Las Americas International Airport. Airport testing had to be suspended on Monday for the chaos created in the Cibao International Airport in Santiago. On Tuesday, 28 July 2020,Airport testing had to be suspended on Monday for the chaos created in the Cibao International Airport in Santiago. On Tuesday, 28 July 2020, Presidency Minister Gustavo Montalvo is telling the nation that international arrivals will need to bring their PCR test certificates when flying into the Dominican Republic.

This is too much man! Smdh

 


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