Antigua and Barbuda removes Covid-19 travel restrictions

Antigua and Barbuda is the latest Caribbean nation to remove all Covid-19-related entry restrictions.

Arriving travellers by air no longer need to provide proof of vaccination or testing.

All Covid-related curbs are also lifted for passengers arriving by yacht or ferry.

Passengers arriving by cruise ship remain subject to the protocols placed on board by their cruise company, according to updated Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) travel advice. 

“Passengers who display symptoms of Covid-19 on arrival may be isolated as determined by the Antigua and Barbuda health authorities,” the statement added.

The relaxation of rules imposed due to the pandemic came into force on August 26.

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