Saint Lucia removes Covid entry restrictions

Saint Lucia has removed Covid entry requirements for vaccinated and unvaccinated visitors.

The updated entry rules, valid from today (September 5), mean there are no testing or vaccination requirements for entering the Caribbean island.

All travellers must download, print and complete a health screening form prior to arrival. The form can be found online here.

The wearing of face masks is optional in Saint Lucia but remains “highly recommended” to reduce the transmission of Covid, and is compulsory in some circumstances such as enclosed crowded environments and on public transport.

Masks are also compulsory for those who have tested positive for Covid, have respiratory symptoms or have been in direct contact with a positive case.

In February, a consumer and trade tourism push by Saint Lucia was supported with offers from leading UK operators as monthly arrivals from the UK started to return to pre-pandemic levels. In January more than 7,000 UK holidaymakers visited the island.

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