As destinations, particularly in the Caribbean, begin to reopen to tourism, some are requiring travelers to provide proof of a negative Covid-19 test. “I know people want to travel. I want to travel,” stated Dr. Debra Furr-Holden during an interview with Travel Weekly. “It’s just not wise right now. We don’t have enough information, and we don’t have the provisions in place to be able to do that safely.” Furr-Holden said increased testing is burdening the system nationwide, with essential and frontline workers getting top priority. That explains why many travelers can’t get a test result in the 72 hours before travel, which some destinations requiring.