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Published on Monday, April 26, 2021

Grenada cuts quarantine period for vaccinated travelers

Grenada has revised its entry requirements to take account of the growing number of vaccinated people.

From 1 May, fully vaccinated travelers entering Grenada now only need to quarantine for two days.

This is to await results of a PCR Covid test which will be administered on arrival.

All travelers must prepay for the PCR test in Grenada.

They must have a valid hotel booking for at least two nights.

Travelers without proof of a vaccination are required to quarantine for up to seven days in certified accommodations, and will take a Covid test on the fifth day.

An application for travel authorization must still be completed for all travelers in advance, via the Grenada Ministry of Health website.

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