Anguilla to relax entry rules next month

By Lisa James
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The Ministry of Health in Anguilla says entry protocols to the island will be relaxed from 8 August.

From that date, there will no longer be a pre-arrival testing requirement for vaccinated visitors, while unvaccinated visitors will be allowed in, without the need for quarantine or further testing, if they can show a negative pre-arrival COVID-19 test result.

Evidence of vaccination status must still be presented to the airlines on check-in and on arrival at the ports of entry in St Maarten and Anguilla.

Unvaccinated children under 18 years of age can enter Anguilla, provided they are accompanied by their fully vaccinated parents or guardians.

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