NASPA LONG POINT NEVIS (May 25th, 2021) – In an effort to minimize the spread of COVID-19, the Nevis Air & Sea Ports Authority (NASPA), has increased their security and safety measures at the sea ports to include additional passenger information for contact tracing purposes.
The new measures will commence with immediate effect where all vessels operating at facilities managed by NASPA are required to provide a log all inbound and outbound passengers.
For the passenger list compiled prior to each departure, vessel operators are required to gather contact information which includes passenger first and last names, address, phone number and temperature. This list is to be made available to the Authority or Ministry of Health, in the Nevis Island Administration (NIA) upon request.
General Manager at the NASPA, Oral Brandy expressed NASPA’s continued commitment to providing safer travels through the Authority’s ports.
“At NASPA, we are committed to keeping our staff and the community safe during this pandemic. We ask that our vessel operators and passengers be patient and cooperate with the new safety procedures. Continue wearing your mask, practising social distancing, and using our hand sanitizing stations when using our facilities,” he said.