Another Caribbean destination drops entry restrictions

By Lisa James
20/09/2022
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St Vincent and the Grenadines has lifted all COVID travel restrictions.

The UK Foreign Office has updated its advice to say: “From 18 September 2022, COVID-19-related travel restrictions have been lifted.

“Both fully vaccinated and unvaccinated visitors to St Vincent and the Grenadines no longer need to complete a pre-arrival travel form, undertake a COVID test prior to arrival, show a negative COVID-19 test or proof of quarantine arrangements before boarding their flight/on arrival, or quarantine on arrival.”

However, it warned other rules could apply to visitors who arrive via a third country.

The FCDO said: “There is one direct (with a short layover remaining on the plane in Barbados) commercial flight from the UK to St Vincent and the Grenadines – Virgin Atlantic on Wednesdays and Sundays from London Heathrow to Argyle International Airport on St Vincent.

“If a non-direct option via a transit country (eg Barbados) is used, entry requirements may well be different to those of St Vincent and the Grenadines.

“You should check the travel advice of the country through which you are transiting en route to St Vincent and the Grenadines before you travel.”

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