Grenada Eases Travel Restrictions

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Grenada eases travel restrictions for fully vaccinated guests.

Grenada is easing its travel restrictions once again. Now, fully vaccinated travelers can take a rapid antigen test within one day of their arrival.

Travelers must have a negative polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test or a nucleic acid amplification test (NAAT) taken within three days of arrival in Grenada—the date of the sample collection must be within three days of arrival—or a negative rapid antigen test taken within one day of arrival in Grenada—date of sample collection must be within one day of arrival in Grenada.

Grenada currently only accepts fully vaccinated visitors and there is no quarantine required on arrival.

Entry requirements include:

  • Fully vaccinated travelers are required to present proof of vaccination upon arrival in Grenada, as well as a negative PCR test or Rapid Antigen test taken within one day of arrival in Grenada. A Health Declaration Form is also required:
  • Vaccination card or certificate must be in English.
  • Original vaccination card is required.
  • All fully vaccinated travelers will undergo health screening on arrival (symptom review and temperature checks)
  • Travelers will present your Health Declaration Certificate, your negative COVID test,you’re your vaccination card to Health Screeners for verification.
  • Travelers will not be tested on arrival unless deemed necessary by Health Officials during the health screening.
  • Travelers will proceed to Immigration for processing
  • May use personal or other types of transportation.

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Canada has also adjusted their entry requirements, and Australia is planning to reopen. Papua New Guinea is also welcoming International travelers and Brazil has updated vaccine requirement for kids 5 and older.