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  1. #32531

    Any word on adult play area

    I understand the new red light area should be opening soon. With superbowl around the corner this is the right time to open.

  2. #32530

    Follow Up

    Quote Originally Posted by Sam14  [View Original Post]
    Well. . According to this, it would be great to have a positive PCR test. As long as its accompanied by a note that says you're recovered. But that probably means the note should be from a US doctor. Doubt it would fly at check in at SDQ with a note from a Dominican doctor. Have fun trying to explain that one.

    https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019...travelers.html
    Well, this should be in the General Info thread. But just got off the phone with United Air. According to the Filipina rep that answered (sounded kinda gwapa), she said that a positive PCR test within the past 90 days, along with a doctor's note saying you've recovered from Covid, will get you boarded on the plane. I said well, since the passenger has been in the DR, the note would be from a Dominican doctor. Is that good? Yes sir.



    Hope that helps.


    Quote Originally Posted by Cestme  [View Original Post]
    The Dominican Republic government will provide free covid test to international tourists:

    https://dominicantoday.com/dr/local/...-for-tourists/
    Thanks man, good to know. So if you're hanging around and plan on traveling to the US in the next 90 days, why not go get tested. You night get lucky and get a false positive at that point, rather than when you got your shit all packed and ready to fly. Go find a doctor and say you were sick but now you're feeling great. Problem solved in advance.

  3. #32529
    Quote Originally Posted by Sam14  [View Original Post]
    Well. . According to this, it would be great to have a positive PCR test. As long as its accompanied by a note that says you're recovered. But that probably means the note should be from a US doctor. Doubt it would fly at check in at SDQ with a note from a Dominican doctor. Have fun trying to explain that one.

    https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019...travelers.html
    The Dominican Republic government will provide free covid test to international tourists:

    https://dominicantoday.com/dr/local/...-for-tourists/

  4. #32528

    Negative Or Positive PCR. (For inbound to US from anywhere)

    Well. . According to this, it would be great to have a positive PCR test. As long as its accompanied by a note that says you're recovered. But that probably means the note should be from a US doctor. Doubt it would fly at check in at SDQ with a note from a Dominican doctor. Have fun trying to explain that one.

    https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019...travelers.html

  5. #32527

    Test stuff

    Trump relaxed the COVID testing for inbound US flights effective 26 Jan. Binden says he will reinstate.

    Who knows anymore. I am planning on getting a COVID test if my airline requires it.

  6. #32526
    Quote Originally Posted by Cestme  [View Original Post]
    It is also my understanding that either of the two viral tests, PCR or Antigen, is accepted to board a flight to the United States. I also think that the cost for the Covid test is covered by the Ministry of Tourism of the Dominican Republic under the current free healthcare coverage that the Dominican Republic is offering to international travelers in the DR, to boost tourism during this pandemic until 3/31. Accordingly, you will have to travel to the DR by air and check-in a hotel, to qualify for the coverage. I called my regular hotel, Napolitano, in the capital and they will follow up and get back to me with all we need to know by tomorrow; will keep you guys posted once I hear back from them.
    The Dominican ministries of Tourism and Public Health are supposed to be coming up with a comprehensive road map as to how to respond to the United States' covid test requirement: https://dominicantoday.com/dr/touris...ded-in-the-dr/.

  7. #32525
    Quote Originally Posted by Zeos1  [View Original Post]
    I thought that the antigen test was the same as an antibody test. But I was corrected on that. It is not. The antigen test is a test for active Covid and my understanding is that it is acceptable for people returning to US after the 26th. It would not be accepted for flights to Canada as I understand. Of course a negative result on either the PCR or the antigen test is needed.

    The antibody test is for testing whether you have had Covid, and are presumably immune. On that a positive result would be an indication of probable immunity, but this is not acceptable for travel anywhere. It is also known as serology test.

    Moral of the story. If you have had Covid and recovered you will still need a test with a negative result for having Covid. Before you fly to Canada or US.
    It is also my understanding that either of the two viral tests, PCR or Antigen, is accepted to board a flight to the United States. I also think that the cost for the Covid test is covered by the Ministry of Tourism of the Dominican Republic under the current free healthcare coverage that the Dominican Republic is offering to international travelers in the DR, to boost tourism during this pandemic until 3/31. Accordingly, you will have to travel to the DR by air and check-in a hotel, to qualify for the coverage. I called my regular hotel, Napolitano, in the capital and they will follow up and get back to me with all we need to know by tomorrow; will keep you guys posted once I hear back from them.

  8. #32524
    Quote Originally Posted by Tempoecorto  [View Original Post]
    Ah OK. I am speaking of the lab report to fly back home. CDC requires a RT-PCR test and I have a feeling that, it is not so common in the DR, also because the antibody / antigen tests are a lot cheaper, from what I am hearing.
    I thought that the antigen test was the same as an antibody test. But I was corrected on that. It is not. The antigen test is a test for active Covid and my understanding is that it is acceptable for people returning to US after the 26th. It would not be accepted for flights to Canada as I understand. Of course a negative result on either the PCR or the antigen test is needed.

    The antibody test is for testing whether you have had Covid, and are presumably immune. On that a positive result would be an indication of probable immunity, but this is not acceptable for travel anywhere. It is also known as serology test.

    Moral of the story. If you have had Covid and recovered you will still need a test with a negative result for having Covid. Before you fly to Canada or US.

  9. #32523
    Quote Originally Posted by Oakie  [View Original Post]
    There should be other alternatives available for the test.
    The Canadian Consulate sent me this morning a response to my query. I am only including those valid for the North Coast. By the way, CMC in Sosua only does the Antigen test. Not valid for flying.

    Good day,

    Thank you for contacting the Canadian Consulate in Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic.

    We understand you have enquiries regarding the mandatory requirement for a pre-departure COVID-19 testing and negative results to be required for all air travellers coming to Canada.

    Effective midnight on January 7, 2021 (00:00 EST or 05:00 UCT), regardless of citizenship, all travellers five years of age or older must provide proof of a negative laboratory test result for COVID-19 to the airline prior to boarding a flight to Canada.

    Acceptable tests.

    The test must be performed using one of two types of COVID-19 testseither a molecular polymerase chain reaction (PCR) or Loop-mediated Isothermal Amplification (LAMP) and must be conducted within 96 hours of the traveller's scheduled departure to Canada.

    Proof to board a flight.

    All travellers coming to Canada must present proof of a negative laboratory test result for COVID-19 at the time of boarding. Failure to do so will mean an automatic denial of boarding by the airline operating the flight to Canada.

    Clinics and labs for covid-19 tests.

    Puerto Plata.

    Centro medico bournigal.

    Calle antera mota 138, Puerto Plata 57000, Dominican republic.

    Hours: open 24 hours.

    Phone: +1 809-586-2342.

    https://www.Centromedicobournigal.Com

    No appointment needed. Person must go directly to the emergency room.

    Pcr rd4,500.00 (cad100.00) results within 5 days.

    Laboratorio referencia.

    Address: see / antera mota #70, plaza milano, regiand norte, Puerto Plata 57000.

    Phone number: 809-261-8181.

    https://www.Labreferencia.Com/covid/

    Cost: 4,500 dop.

    Time required: results are in after 48 h call for appointment.

    Or by whatsapp, must send id, insurance card, doctors prescription.

    Santiago.

    Referencia.

    Address: plaza el jardand, av. 27 de febrero esq, Santiago de los caballeros 51000.

    Phone number: 809-221-5545.

    https://www.Labreferencia.Com/covid/

    Cost: 4,500 dop.

    Time required: results are in after 48 h call for appointment.

    Or by whatsapp, must send id, insurance card, doctors prescription.

    Laboratorio amadita.

    Address: av. Bartolom coland esq. Av. Texas, plaza comercial texas jardines metropolitanos.

    Phone number: (809) 724-1665/ (809) 682-5414 / (809) 621-5414.

    Cost: 4,300 dop / free with insurance.

    Time required: 48 to 72 h. Appointments can be made through the website.

    https://covid19.Amadita.Com/

    Appointments are available online after 7 am everyday.

  10. #32522
    Quote Originally Posted by Tempoecorto  [View Original Post]
    Thanks for that. Another friend of mine told me about a place, close to La Pola (or is it Super pola? Called Clinica Centro Medico, I believe. I have been trying now to find out if they do the PCR test which is the nose swab thing and acceptable to the airline / CDC. The whole thing is relatively easy, at least in my home town. I did it two times last year, sitting in my car and the results got sent over by secure web access within 24 hours. I am however curious as to what happens in the DR. In terms of the process.
    I had written to this Hospital / Clinic of Sosua yesterday by email. They confirmed earlier today that they do only Antigen / Antibody tests and not the PCR test. This means I and all others will now will have to figure out where around Sosua the test is available and soon as the CDC directive would be effective 26th onwards. The Canadians are already impacted by such a rule for return.

  11. #32521
    Quote Originally Posted by Tempoecorto  [View Original Post]
    Thanks for that. Another friend of mine told me about a place, close to La Pola (or is it Super pola? Called Clinica Centro Medico, I believe. I have been trying now to find out if they do the PCR test..........
    That would be our local emergency hospital, locally referred to as the "carniceria". Mainly occupied with moto casualties. Stay away from there if you can.

    I was there for 3 days last year with a severe bladder infection, and they wanted to cut me up. If my regular had not took charge got me out of there, I might still be there, LOL.

    There should be other alternatives available for the test.

  12. #32520
    Quote Originally Posted by PurplePorkchop  [View Original Post]
    There was a recent order from the CDC (USA) requiring all passengers have a COVID test 3 days prior to departure to USA.

    I'm not sure if it applies to US citizens. Also not sure what date this requirement expires.
    Yep, effective on the 26th. For everyone flying into the US, expiry of this would be when the pandemic subsides, in other words your guess is as good as anyones. Best to check with CDC website, info may be more reliable than a monger board.

  13. #32519
    Quote Originally Posted by MrEnternational  [View Original Post]
    Well when I got chosen randomly at the airport I only had to blow into an empty plastic tube then they went in the back to run the tests on it.
    Ah OK. I am speaking of the lab report to fly back home. CDC requires a RT-PCR test and I have a feeling that, it is not so common in the DR, also because the antibody / antigen tests are a lot cheaper, from what I am hearing.

  14. #32518
    Quote Originally Posted by Tempoecorto  [View Original Post]
    I am however curious as to what happens in the DR. In terms of the process.
    Well when I got chosen randomly at the airport I only had to blow into an empty plastic tube then they went in the back to run the tests on it.

  15. #32517
    Quote Originally Posted by Sammon  [View Original Post]
    Where is this hotel and bar?
    I think he means Anhvee.

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