St Vincent and the Grenadines drops all Covid entry restrictions
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines has dropped all its Covid entry restrictions.
Since September 18, travellers can enter the Caribbean destination without needing to show proof they have been fully jabbed, quarantine or take a Covid test, regardless of their vaccination status.
Prior to the rule changed, unvaccinated travellers were required to show proof of a negative PCR or antigen test.
The Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office has been updated to reflect the changes.
It states: “Both fully vaccinated and unvaccinated visitors to St Vincent and the Grenadines no longer need to complete a pre-arrival form, undertake a Covid test prior to travel, show a negative Covid-19 test or proof of quarantine arrangements before boarding their flight/on arrival, or quarantine on arrival.”
The FCDO warns face masks, hygiene measures and social distancing are still “strongly recommended”, and said travellers “may be required to wear face masks and use sanitizer in taxis, minibuses and shops, and it is mandatory to do so in government buildings”.
source: Travel Weekly