Barbados eases rules for unvaccinated visitors

By Lisa James
27/05/2022
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Barbados has further eased its entry requirements, with new rules for unvaccinated travellers coming into force next week.

From 1 June, unvaccinated travellers who can show they’ve had COVID within 90 days of travelling to Barbados will no longer be tested when entering the country.

All unvaccinated travellers still need to present a negative pre-flight PCR or antigen test taken no more than three days before arrival.

Unvaccinated travellers who haven’t recoved from COVID within 90 days, or who can’t prove they have, will be given an antigen test at the airport and will be allowed to go if the test proves negative.

Previously, all unvaccinated arrivals had to quarantine for three days then take a second PCR test on day 4.

For full entry requirement details see here.

And see also: Barbados removes testing for vaccinated visitors

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