These are the current regulations for entry by air into St. Vincent and the Grenadines
All travelers must complete the Pre Arrival form
- Free travel for persons having resided in the “Caricom bubble” states for a period of a minimum of 14 days prior to travel to Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. Bubble states currently are Barbados, Antigua, Dominica, St. Lucia, and Grenada. Saint Kitts and Nevis have not yet implemented this protocol but this country would also be included.
- Persons from “medium risk” countries are required to arrive with a negative PCR test result. Date of test no more than 5 days old.
Will be tested upon arrival and must await the results of all passengers on the flight in quarantine at their home or hotel. Clearance will be given 48-72 hours after the test.
They may then have to quarantine at home or in a hotel of their choice for an additional 9 to 16 days, at the discretion of the health officer. This quarantine can be monitored, meaning the nurse may visit or call during this period.
Medium risk currently (25th September) are Canada, Cuba, United Kingdom Taiwan, Iceland, and Germany
- All other countries are assumed to be high risk. The protocol is:
Must arrive with a negative PCR test result no more than 5 days old. Will be tested upon arrival and will mandatory quarantine for a period of 5 days in a government approved hotel.
They will have to arrive with a confirmed reservation in that hotel.
A second test will be done on day 4 or 5 and the result will be 24-36 hours later. When the result is negative they will continue a mandatory monitored quarantine of 9 to 16 days. This can be in a home/hotel/villa/yacht of their choice but also needs the approval of the health officer.