All Covid-19 limitations, including entry restrictions for unvaccinated travellers, have been lifted in the tri-island state of Grenada, Carriacou, and Petite Martinique.
Presently Grenada accepts fully vaccinated travellers only. Travelers who have been fully vaccinated must produce confirmation of vaccination as well as a negative PCR test or Rapid Antigen test done within one day of arrival in Grenada. In addition, a Health Declaration Form must be completed upon arrival in Grenada.
From April 4th, all travellers, regardless of vaccination status, will no longer be needed to do Covid-19 tests to enter the country.
There will also be no need to present proof of vaccination or fill out papers upon arrival.
Shawn Charles, the Grenada Ministry of Health’s chief medical officer, explained: “Grenada is at a stage where we can consider the lifting of Covid-19 restrictions, even though we are aware that the pandemic is not yet over.
“We’re delighted to be able to offer all travellers a seamless and easy travel experience and we’re looking forward to welcoming them to our beautiful islands.”
Masks will also become an optional decision rather than a requirement when in the country.
Those who arrive in Grenada before midnight on April 4th will be subject to the present regulations and restrictions.
Visitors can find more information about travel to Grenada here.
– India’s new age travel digital media