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Caribbean Covid-19 Travel Guidance

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Caribbean Covid-19 Guidance

MANDATORY ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

OUR ISLAND IS OPEN TO VISITORS FROM ALL COUNTRIES

All travelers 18 years and older, regardless of their status (resident, non-resident, fully vaccinated or unvaccinated) must submit a travel registration form, and all travelers 5 years and older must take a PCR test 5 days or less before arrival in Saint Lucia.

International visitors must adhere to all safety protocols in place throughout Saint Lucia, including wearing a mask in public. Travelers are subject to mandatory screening and temperature checks at the port of entry and throughout your stay.

Travelers must download and print the HEALTH SCREENING FORM. The form must be completed on the day of travel and presented at the health screening desk on arrival in Saint Lucia.


PCR TEST REQUIREMENTS

Please note that the following should be included on the test results that you upload:

The name, address and telephone number of the lab where the sample was taken

Your CORRECT name

Your CORRECT date of birth

The date the test was done

The type of test and the method of testing

The result

Click here for up to date St Lucia covid-19 guidance

All arriving passengers to Jamaica will be required to have a Travel Authorization prior to check-in for a flight to Jamaica – Travel Authorization Card
Travelers that are low risk will not be tested at the airport and can enjoy their trip within the ‘tourism corridor’.
Travelers that are deemed high-risk will be tested on arrival.
Travelers that are ultra-high risk (from certain US states) need to take a PCR test before travelling AND be tested again on arrival.
Travelers that want to stay outside the ‘tourism corridor’ will have to quarantine for 14 days.
All non-residents visiting Jamaica from the United States, Brazil, the Dominican Republic and Mexico are now required to obtain COVID-19 PCR test results prior to travelling to the island.
Outgoing passengers will be allowed to leave. Incoming and outgoing cargo continues to be allowed.
People entering Jamaica (by special order of the Minister for Immigration) must be quarantined for 14 days.
Port Authority of Jamaica has closed ports for cruise ships’ arrivals.
EU citizens can leave with these flights provided they have valid US ESTAs and proof of connecting flights to Europe.

Click here for up to date Jamaica covid-19 guidance

 

10 STEPS TO YOUR PURE SAFE VACATION FOR FULLY VACCINATED TRAVELLERS
Protocols for visitors to Grenada:
  1. Book approved accommodation for at least 2 days
  2. Apply for travel authorization at least one (1) week prior. Please have ready for upload:
      1. Your confirmed reservation
      2. Your receipt from the government of Grenada for your PCR test on-island (US$150/EC$410 to be paid online prior to travel gov.gd)
  3. Get RT-PCR tested 72 hours prior to travel
  4. Update relevant Travel App from airline if available with your Travel Authorization AND a copy of negative RT-PCR test, or present at check-in before boarding.
  5. Have your negative RT-PCR test available for review by Health Officials on arrival in Grenada.
  6. A COVID-19 PCR test will be administered on arrival at the airport in Grenada (see point 2.b)
  7. Only approved airport taxi or tour operator transfer service is allowed to your  quarantine accommodation upon arrival
  8. Be guided by your approved accommodation rules and protocols
  9. Once clearance is received from Health Officials within 48 hours, you are permitted to leave the hotel.
  10. Pure Safe Travel Approved Tourism Services must be used when interacting with the public. See details https://www.puregrenada.com/approved-tourism-services/

Click here for up to date Grenada covid-19 guidance

 

ALL travellers into Barbados, inclusive of those deemed fully vaccinated, are asked to review, and indicate their acceptance of the following:

ALL travellers must travel with a valid negative Standard COVID-19 PCR test result.

With specific reference to the type of PCR test required and accepted for entry into Barbados:

Specific Requirements:

  1. The specimen taken must be a nasopharyngeal or oropharyngeal swab (or both) taken by a healthcare provider
  2. The sample must be taken within 3 days prior to arrival.
  3. The laboratory performing the test must be an accredited, certified or recognized facility

Please note that the following will NOT be accepted:

  1. Nasal swab samples
  2. Saliva samples
  3. Self-administered tests (even if the sample was taken under the supervision of a healthcare provider)
  4. Home kits
  5. Rapid PCR tests

Click here for up to date Barbados covid-19 guidance

 

All arriving passengers by air must have a negative COVID-19 RT-PCR (real time polymerase chain reaction) test for SARS-CoV-2 using a nasopharyngeal or oropharyngeal swab taken within seven days of their flight. (This includes transiting passengers). Children below the age of 12 years, entering Antigua, DO NOT REQUIRE a COVID -19 RT-PCR test which is subject to change by July 31, 2021.

As of August 1st 2021, as per the updated Travel Advisory dated 23 July 2021, the age at children permitted to enter Antigua and Barbuda without being required to present a RT-PCR test for SARS-CoV-2 negative result of seven (7) days has been lowered from (12) years to five (5) years. This will take effect from August 1, 2021. See more Here

Passengers who knowingly present false declarations of Covid-19 certificates on arrival will be fined according to the laws of Antigua and Barbuda.

Click here for up to date Antigua covid-19 guidance

Mexico Covid-19 Guidance

The Mexican Caribbean is distinguished by welcoming its visitors open arms, providing a warmth and great service which makes everyone feel at home.

The Mexican Caribbean and all of its destinations have the “Safe Travels” seal given by the World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC); being the first in the Americas to receive such certification for destinations that adopt global standards to ensure the hygiene at establishments and protocols to ensure the travelers´ safety.

We hope to see you very soon!

Q:
Can I travel to the Mexican Caribbean? – YES

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Are the hotels open? – YES

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Are beaches open? – YES

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Are the restaurants open? – YES

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Do I require a vaccine? – NO

 

 

 

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