Antigua and Barbuda: Antigua and Barbuda ranks number 24 out of the 50 best places to work remotely in 2021.
Antigua and Barbuda’s dual-island nation stated that they are now welcoming remote workers under their brand new Nomad Digital Residence Program, which is just a fancy form of saying ‘digital nomad visa.’ Thanks to this, as long as you can meet their income requirements and prove that you are self-employed, you can live it up in the Caribbean for two years. Spend your days working from white sand beaches and spend your evenings tasting the local rum varieties; then, on the weekends, hit up a hiking trail or a cooking class.
PM Gaston Browne, visited Booby Alley Residents
Earlier this week, Prime Minister, The Hon. Gaston Browne, visited Booby Alley Residents to update the significant housing renewal project being undertaken.
During the walkthrough of the area, PM Browne, who is also the Parliamentary Representative for St. John’s City West, used the opportunity to advise constituents on the relocation plans and progress.
After the walkthrough, the Prime Minister, along with ministry officials from the Ministry of Works, took a tour of the temporary houses currently being built on Lower Bay Street that will be used to house residents during the relocation process.
Steps taken by Antigua and Barbuda government to fight against COVID-19:
Although to tackle the COVID-19 situation Health Ministry of Antigua and Barbuda mandatory PCR Test required for all person traveling to Canada.
Persons traveling from Antigua & Barbuda to countries that require a negative COVID-19 RT-PCR test result be shown on arrival can arrange to have the RT-PCR test performed at the Mount St. John’s Medical Centre (MSJMC), Michael’s Mount, Antigua.
Mount St. John’s Medical Centre advises that travelers are required to commence the testing process at least seven days ere the departure date to facilitate an appointment for swabbing. Meetings will be confirmed once registration and financial clearance have been verified.