Travelers who are unvaccinated will no longer be subject to a required hotel quarantine when visiting St. Vincent and the Grenadines.
According to an FCDO travel advisory update, the new regulations, which took effect in the Caribbean destination on Thursday (25th August), require unvaccinated entrants to present a negative Covid-19 test result. Although it is no longer necessary to complete a pre-arrival travel form.
A PCR test that is completed within 72 hours of arrival or an antigen test that is finished within 24 hours of arrival can be used as the pre-departure test.
The location has issued a warning to unvaccinated travelers that they “may be retested” for Covid.
If the arrival test is positive, the traveler will have to pay for their own isolation at a quarantine hotel that has been recognized by the tourism authority.
Since June, travelers to the islands who have had all necessary vaccinations are no longer required to fill out a pre-arrival travel form or take a Covid test prior to arrival, but they are still required to present proof of vaccination upon admission.
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