As the holiday travel season begins and with global vaccinations on the rise, Grenada has updated its visitor protocols.
All travellers fully vaccinated against Covid-19 entering Grenada, Carriacou and Petite Martinique, with a WHO-approved vaccination and a negative PCR test, taken no more than 72-hours before travel, will no longer be required to quarantine for 48-hours upon arrival in the country.
This is the first major update to the health and safety protocols since July 31st, when the destination instituted a policy requiring all non-nationals be fully vaccinated to be granted entry.
Along with the 48-hour quarantine removal, Grenada has made several other updates to its protocols.
For example, persons traveling to Grenada will no longer be required to fill out a Pure Safe Travel Authorisation Certificate.
They will now be required to fill out a health declaration form, which can be accessed here.
A physical copy of the certificate must be presented upon arrival to Grenada.
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