Dominica announced new COVID entry protocols as the island works on easing travel in support of the full reopening of the tourism industry on the island.
As of April 4, 20222, all vaccinated travelers are free to enter Dominica by land and sea without the need for COVID-19 testing. In addition, unvaccinated travelers with a negative pre-arrival PCR or Rapid Antigen COVID test result will no longer be required to undergo on-arrival testing or quarantine.
These new updates will allow the island to welcome travelers from around the world, while visitors can fully experience all that Dominica has to offer.
For more information, visit discoverdominica.com.
Anguilla, Brazil, Saint Lucia, South Africa, Cambodia, Costa Rica, Nevis, Canada and Belize have also updated it’s entry requirements. Australia is planning to reopen; Hawaii and Grenada lift COVID restrictions. Papua New Guinea is also welcoming international travelers and Brazil has updated vaccine requirement for kids 5 and older. Plus, St. Maarten moves to endemic strategies.