Antigua and Barbuda has withdrawn all Covid travel entry requirements

The Caribbean country of Antigua and Barbuda is the latest country to be added to the list of countries renounce all Covid travel restrictions.

Positioned where the Atlantic and Caribbean meet, the booming tourist destination will now make it easy for all travelers to get to their slice of paradise. To enter the twin islands hotspot, travelers no longer needed to present proof of vaccination or a negative test to enter the country.

This recent announcement applies to passengers arriving by air or sea, all to reignite the once booming tourist economy on the island pair. The island continues to break tourism numbers, with a record number of visitors in the month of July.

While wearing masks on the island is not mandatory, nor is social distancing, travelers are actively encouraged to do so, according to officials.

The official government statement read: “Antigua and Barbuda has benefited from a highly successful strategy of mass vaccination, rapid detection of imported and community-spread infections, and proactive public awareness campaigns to significantly reduce levels of Covid-19 infection. 19 in the last five months.”

Health authorities can still isolate passengers arriving with symptoms of Covid-19.

Covid’s island-by-island entry rules for the Caribbean are as follows:

  • Anguilla: open to vaccinated and unvaccinated travelers
  • Antigua and Barbuda: Open to vaccinated travelers
  • Aruba: Open to vaccinated and unvaccinated travelers
  • Bahamas: Open to vaccinated and unvaccinated travelers
  • Barbados: Open to vaccinated and unvaccinated travelers
  • Bermuda: Open to vaccinated and unvaccinated travelers
  • Bonaire: Open to vaccinated and unvaccinated travelers
  • British Virgin Islands: Open to vaccinated and unvaccinated travelers
  • Cayman Islands: Open to vaccinated and unvaccinated travelers
  • Cuba: Open to vaccinated and unvaccinated travelers
  • Curaçao: Open to vaccinated and unvaccinated travelers
  • Dominica: open to vaccinated and unvaccinated travelers
  • Dominican Republic: Open to vaccinated and unvaccinated travelers
  • Grenada: Open to vaccinated and unvaccinated travelers
  • Guadeloupe: Open to vaccinated and unvaccinated travelers
  • Haiti: Open to vaccinated and unvaccinated travelers
  • Jamaica: Open to vaccinated and unvaccinated travelers
  • Martinique: Open to vaccinated and unvaccinated travelers
  • Montserrat: open to vaccinated and unvaccinated travelers
  • Puerto Rico: Open to vaccinated and unvaccinated travelers
  • Saba and St. Eustatius (Statia): Open to vaccinated and unvaccinated travelers

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