Grenada eases travel protocols
Grenada, with sister islands Carriacou and Petite Martinique announced updated travel protocols for entry into the country for fully vaccinated visitors.
All fully vaccinated visitors now entering Grenada, Carriacou and Petite Martinique, with a WHO-approved vaccination and a negative PCR test, taken no more than three days before travel are no longer required to take a PCR test on arrival and quarantine for 48-hours.
Visitors to Grenada also need to fill out a Health Declaration form, which can be accessed at covid19.gov.gd.
In addition, vaccinated visitors will no longer be tested on arrival unless deemed necessary by health officials during the health screening, with any relevant test fee now being waived.
All visitors are required to have a negative PCR test, but children under the age of five are exempt and they will adopt the vaccination status of their parents.
Vaccination card or certificate must be English
All fully vaccinated visitors will undergo a health screening on arrival.
Fully vaccinated visitors can now use their personal transportation or can be picked up by a fully vaccinated individual.
Petra Roach, CEO of the Grenada Tourism Authority (GTA), said: "Getting to Grenada is now a whole lot easier and we are delighted to continue to welcome visitors back with open arms and fewer restrictions."
"The new travel protocols couldn’t have come at a better time, and we will continue to monitor and evaluate the ongoing situation. As always, ensuring the safety of our people and visitors is our priority."
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