Barbados eases entry testing

Monday, 28 Feb, 2022 0

A week after ending its curfew, the Government of Barbados announced new updates to ease travellers’ entry process into the country.

Travellers to Barbados can now use rapid antigen tests for entry, administered by a healthcare provider no more than one day prior to arrival in Barbados.

Rapid antigen tests have joined the list of approved tests for entry in Barbados.

Also accepted are PCR tests taken no more than three days prior to arrival in Barbados.

In addition, Barbados in-transit passengers will not be required to test in order to complete transit through Barbados.

Travellers will also see changes to the Grantley Adams International Airport (GAIA) passenger experience.

All paper forms previously distributed on board aircraft arriving in Barbados will be discontinued.

In addition, travellers will once again pass through the more spacious main arrivals hall, instead of the temporary Gate 14-16 arrivals hall previously used to manage port health entry checks and testing throughout the pandemic.

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Learn more about :   Visit Barbados ( N. America )     Visit Barbados ( United Kingdom )  


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