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Barbados travel restrictions

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Airlines Updates

10.09.2020 Caribbean Airlines since mid-August 2020 adjusted planned Caribbean operation, based on the airline’s latest bulletin on its website. As of 09SEP20, latest adjustment as follows.

Bridgetown – Dominica eff 19SEP20 2 weekly
Bridgetown – Grenada – St. Vincent – Bridgetown 2 weekly
Bridgetown – St. Vincent – Grenada – Bridgetown eff 29AUG20 Increase from 3 to 4 weekly
Kingston – Antigua – Bridgetown eff 15AUG20 1 weekly
Kingston – Antigua – Bridgetown – Kingston eff 29AUG20 1 weekly (The second weekly flight becomes triangle routing)
Kingston – Bridgetown eff 07SEP20 1 weekly

The airline has removed Bridgetown – St. Lucia sector, previously scheduled from 09AUG20. Kingston – St. Maarten sector previously scheduled from 18AUG20 has been removed as well.

Published on 02.09.2020
InterCaribbean adds Barbados – St. Vincent service in Oct 2020

Published on 13.08.2020
InterCaribbean begins Eastern Caribbean Connections from August 2020

Published on 04.08.2020
Caribbean Airlines resumes Bridgetown – St. Lucia service from August 2020

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Full Restrictions
Open for travel from Barbados
Crossing Rules
  • Passengers who are travelling from Argentina, Bahamas, Belize, Brazil, British Virgin Islands, Colombia, Dominican Republic, France, Guyana, Haiti, India, Ireland, Italy, Jamaica, Mexico, Netherlands, Panama, Peru, Philippines, Puerto Rico, Russia, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Spain, Suriname, Sweden, Switzerland, Turks and Caicos Islands, Trinidad and Tobago, Turkey, United States, U.S. Virgin Islands or Venezuela, who are not holding a negative Covid-19 PCR test certificate from an accredited laboratory obtained within 72 hours prior to arrival in Barbados, will be required to undergo a Covid-19 test on arrival. They will be required to quarantine for 14 days on arrival, or have the option of undergoing a PCR test after 5-7 days in quarantine, and may leave quarantine if their result is negative.
  • Passengers not holding a negative Covid-19 PCR test certificate from an accredited laboratory obtained within 5 days prior to arrival in Barbados will be required to undergo a Covid-19 test on arrival, and remain in quarantine until a negative result is received.
    • Their negative Covid-19 PCR test certificate must be obtained no more than 72 hours prior to arrival in Barbados if they have been in any of the following countries in the past 21 days: Argentina, Bahamas, Belize, Brazil, British Virgin Islands, Colombia, Dominican Republic, France, Guyana, Haiti, India, Ireland, Italy, Jamaica, Mexico, Netherlands, Panama, Peru, Philippines, Puerto Rico, Russia, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Spain, Suriname, Sweden, Switzerland, Trinidad and Tobago, Turkey, Turks and Caicos Islands, the United States, U.S. Virgin Islands and Venezuela.
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Flight Restrictions

published 24.08.2020

Passengers must complete the Immigration/Customs form found at travelform.gov.bb. The form can also be completed at a kiosk on arrival.

Quarantine

Quarantine requirement at government designated site- subject to PCR.

All arrivals are subject to daily monitoring for seven days following arrival. (Monitoring includes interviews with and calls by public health professionals.) You are required to take a second COVID-19 PCR test 5-7 days after arrival. If this second test proves negative, no further monitoring will be required. If you refuse to take the test, you will be subject to quarantine for a further seven days at government approved accommodation. You should refer to the Barbados Entry protocols for full details.

You may also be required to quarantine or undergo a further COVID test at any stage of your visit if the Government of Barbados deems that you have come into close contact with a COVID-19 positive individual, or daily monitoring highlights potential COVID symptoms.

If you test positive for COVID-19 at any stage of your stay and you are asymptomatic, you may request the option to isolate at your own expense at a government approved hotel or villa.

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Certification

COVID-19 negative certification required for entering the country

From 19 September all travellers must present a valid COVID-19 negative test result taken no more than 72 hours in advance of your flight’s arrival. If you arrive in Barbados without a valid negative PCR test, you may be denied entry to the country. Relevant test accrediting bodies and standards authorities include: ISO 15189, CAP, UKAS or the equivalent. All passengers are also required to submit an Embarkation/Disembarkation (ED) card 24 hours prior to travel, to which they should upload their negative test result via travelform.gov.bb.

All arrivals are subject to daily monitoring for seven days following arrival. (Monitoring includes interviews with and calls by public health professionals.) You are required to take a second COVID-19 PCR test 5-7 days after arrival. If this second test proves negative, no further monitoring will be required. If you refuse to take the test, you will be subject to quarantine for a further seven days at government approved accommodation.

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Vaccination

Yellow fever (2019)
Country requirement at entry: a yellow fever vaccination certificate is required for travellers aged 1 year
or over arriving from countries with risk of yellow fever transmission (with the exception of Guyana and the
island of Trinidad unless an urban outbreak is occurring).

WHO vaccination recommendation: no

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Full Restrictions

  • Barbados International Restrictions:
    Entry to Barbados: Barbados has published travel protocols setting out its entry requirements in relation to COVID-19. Visit the Visit Barbados website for full details. You should read these before your departure and monitor the pages on a regular basis as the requirements may change at short notice. Masks should be worn at all times during your travel to Barbados and your passage through the airport. Social distancing and hygiene protocols are in place.

    Arrive with a COVID 19 negative test: The government of Barbados advises that from 19 September all travellers must present a valid COVID-19 negative test result taken no more than 72 hours in advance of your flight’s arrival that meets their entry requirements. You should check the protocols to confirm and understand all requirements. Relevant test accrediting bodies and standards authorities include: ISO 15189, CAP, UKAS or the equivalent. All passengers are also required to submit an Embarkation/Disembarkation (ED) card 24 hours prior to travel, to which they should upload their negative test result here .

    If you arrive in Barbados without a valid negative PCR test, you may be denied entry to the country. On arrival all passengers are also subject to a health screen. All arrivals are subject to daily monitoring for seven days following arrival. (Monitoring includes interviews with and calls by public health professionals.) You are required to take a second COVID-19 PCR test 5-7 days after arrival. If this second test proves negative, no further monitoring will be required. If you refuse to take the test, you will be subject to quarantine for a further seven days at government approved accommodation.
    You may also be required to quarantine or undergo a further COVID test at any stage of your visit if the Government of Barbados deems that you have come into close contact with a COVID-19 positive individual, or daily monitoring highlights potential COVID symptoms.
    If you test positive for COVID-19 at any stage of your stay and you are asymptomatic, you may request the option to isolate at your own expense at a government approved hotel or villa. You should check all the conditions at Visit Barbados website. Alternatively, you will be transferred to the government isolation centre at Harrison’s Point, where you’ll be required to remain under medical supervision until the Barbados authorities are satisfied that you have returned two consecutive negative COVID-19 tests. This may mean a mandatory stay of several weeks.
    All passengers in transit must arrive with a negative PCR test and will be subject to a health screen on arrival.
    You can find full and definitive details of the protocols at Visit Barbados website
    and are advised to read and understand the requirements carefully before departure.
    You should also monitor the website on a regular basis as the Government of Barbados may change the requirements without notice.

    Internal Restrictions:
    A state of Emergency is in place until 31 August. Everyone should comply with the measures put in place in Barbados to limit the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19). Details of these measures can be found here . All persons arriving in Barbados are required to wear face masks at all times whilst on airport grounds. Persons will also have their temperature taken. In moving around Barbados, physical distancing is one metre/three feet. Wearing a face mask is actively encouraged and some premises will only allow you to enter if you are wearing a face mask. You may also have your temperature taken when entering some premises. Regular washing of hands is encouraged and you can expect to be asked to clean your hands using hand sanitizer on entering a building. You may be required to quarantine at any stage of your stay if the Barbados authorities deem that you have been in close contact with a COVID-19 positive individual. Not all hotels and private rentals have re-opened or fully re-opened to the public. Check whether there are any coronavirus restrictions or protocols to observe.
    There are no lockdowns or curfews. Physical distancing is one metre/three feet. Wearing a face mask is actively encouraged and some premises will only allow you to enter if you are wearing a face mask. You may also have your temperature taken when entering some premises. Regular washing of hands is encouraged and you can expect to be asked to clean your hands using hand sanitizer on entering a building. Beaches are open. Supermarkets are open. Public transport is available. To avoid disappointment you should call ahead if planning to visit places of interest, restaurants or bars to check they are open and if so, if there are any Coronavirus restrictions or protocols to observe.

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    16.09.2020
  • Barbados International Restrictions:
    Barbados has published travel protocols setting out its entry requirements in relation to COVID-19. Visit the Visit Barbados website . The Government of Barbados advises that all travellers present a COVID-19 negative test result on arrival that meets their entry requirements whenever possible. You should check the protocols to confirm and understand all requirements. The test should be a COVID-19 PCR antigen test, undertaken at an accredited laboratory no more than 72 hours in advance of your flight’s departure. All passengers are also required to submit an Embarkation/Disembarkation (ED) card 24 hours prior to travel, to which they should upload their negative test result. If you arrive in Barbados without a qualifying negative test, you will be subjected to a mandatory test on arrival and will be required to quarantine until the result is received. Anyone who tests positive for COVID-19 will be placed in isolation until they have recovered. You may also be required to quarantine at any stage of your visit if the Government of Barbados deems that you have come into close contact with a COVID-19 positive individual.

    Internal Restrictions:
    A state of Emergency is in place until 31 August. Everyone should comply with the measures put in place in Barbados to limit the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19). Details of these measures can be found here . All persons arriving in Barbados are required to wear face masks at all times whilst on airport grounds. Persons will also have their temperature taken. In moving around Barbados, physical distancing is one metre/three feet. Wearing a face mask is actively encouraged and some premises will only allow you to enter if you are wearing a face mask. You may also have your temperature taken when entering some premises. Regular washing of hands is encouraged and you can expect to be asked to clean your hands using hand sanitizer on entering a building. You may be required to quarantine at any stage of your stay if the Barbados authorities deem that you have been in close contact with a COVID-19 positive individual. Not all hotels and private rentals have re-opened or fully re-opened to the public. Check whether there are any coronavirus restrictions or protocols to observe.
    There are no lockdowns or curfews. Physical distancing is one metre/three feet. Wearing a face mask is actively encouraged and some premises will only allow you to enter if you are wearing a face mask. You may also have your temperature taken when entering some premises. Regular washing of hands is encouraged and you can expect to be asked to clean your hands using hand sanitizer on entering a building. Beaches are open. Supermarkets are open. Public transport is available. To avoid disappointment you should call ahead if planning to visit places of interest, restaurants or bars to check they are open and if so, if there are any Coronavirus restrictions or protocols to observe.

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    08.09.2020
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    International restrictions:

    Barbados has published travel protocols setting out its entry requirements in relation to COVID-19. Visit the Visit Barbados website . The Government of Barbados advises that all travellers present a COVID-19 negative test result on arrival that meets their entry requirements whenever possible. You should check the protocols to confirm and understand all requirements. The test should be a COVID-19 PCR antigen test, undertaken at an accredited laboratory no more than 72 hours in advance of your flight’s departure. All passengers are also required to submit an Embarkation/Disembarkation (ED) card 24 hours prior to travel, to which they should upload their negative test result. If you arrive in Barbados without a qualifying negative test, you will be subjected to a mandatory test on arrival and will be required to quarantine until the result is received. Anyone who tests positive for COVID-19 will be placed in isolation until they have recovered. You may also be required to quarantine at any stage of your visit if the Government of Barbados deems that you have come into close contact with a COVID-19 positive individual.

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    Internal restrictions:

    A state of Emergency is in place until 31 August. Everyone should comply with the measures put in place in Barbados to limit the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19). Details of these measures can be found here . All persons arriving in Barbados are required to wear face masks at all times whilst on airport grounds. Persons will also have their temperature taken. In moving around Barbados, physical distancing is one metre/three feet. Wearing a face mask is actively encouraged and some premises will only allow you to enter if you are wearing a face mask. You may also have your temperature taken when entering some premises. Regular washing of hands is encouraged and you can expect to be asked to clean your hands using hand sanitizer on entering a building. You may be required to quarantine at any stage of your stay if the Barbados authorities deem that you have been in close contact with a COVID-19 positive individual. Not all hotels and private rentals have re-opened or fully re-opened to the public. Check whether there are any coronavirus restrictions or protocols to observe.
    There are no lockdowns or curfews. Physical distancing is one metre/three feet. Wearing a face mask is actively encouraged and some premises will only allow you to enter if you are wearing a face mask. You may also have your temperature taken when entering some premises. Regular washing of hands is encouraged and you can expect to be asked to clean your hands using hand sanitizer on entering a building. Beaches are open. Supermarkets are open. Public transport is available. To avoid disappointment you should call ahead if planning to visit places of interest, restaurants or bars to check they are open and if so, if there are any Coronavirus restrictions or protocols to observe.

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    05.09.2020
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    International restrictions:

    Barbados has published travel protocols setting out its entry requirements in relation to COVID-19. Visit the Visit Barbados website [https://www.visitbarbados.org/covid-19-travel-guidelines-2020]. The Government of Barbados advises that all travellers present a COVID-19 negative test result on arrival that meets their entry requirements whenever possible. You should check the protocols to confirm and understand all requirements. The test should be a COVID-19 PCR antigen test, undertaken at an accredited laboratory no more than 72 hours in advance of your flight’s departure. All passengers are also required to submit an Embarkation/Disembarkation (ED) card 24 hours prior to travel, to which they should upload their negative test result. If you arrive in Barbados without a qualifying negative test, you will be subjected to a mandatory test on arrival and will be required to quarantine until the result is received.

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    Internal restrictions:

    A state of Emergency is in place until 31 August. Everyone should comply with the measures put in place in Barbados to limit the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19). Details of these measures can be found at [https://gisbarbados.gov.bb/]. All persons arriving in Barbados are required to wear face masks at all times whilst on airport grounds. Persons will also have their temperature taken. In moving around Barbados, physical distancing is one metre/three feet. Wearing a face mask is actively encouraged and some premises will only allow you to enter if you are wearing a face mask. You may also have your temperature taken when entering some premises. Regular washing of hands is encouraged and you can expect to be asked to clean your hands using hand sanitizer on entering a building. You may be required to quarantine at any stage of your stay if the Barbados authorities deem that you have been in close contact with a COVID-19 positive individual. follow the Barbados Government Information Service on Facebook for further details [https://www.facebook.com/gisbarbados/?tn-str=k*F]. Not all hotels and private rentals have re-opened or fully re-opened to the public. Check whether there are any coronavirus restrictions or protocols to observe.
    There are no lockdowns or curfews. Physical distancing is one metre/three feet. Wearing a face mask is actively encouraged and some premises will only allow you to enter if you are wearing a face mask. You may also have your temperature taken when entering some premises. Regular washing of hands is encouraged and you can expect to be asked to clean your hands using hand sanitizer on entering a building. Beaches are open. Supermarkets are open. Public transport is available. To avoid disappointment you should call ahead if planning to visit places of interest, restaurants or bars to check they are open and if so, if there are any Coronavirus restrictions or protocols to observe.

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    30.07.2020
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    International restrictions:

    The government of Barbados opened its borders on the 12 of July to International Travel. All travellers to Barbados must complete a prearrival online embarkation form at least 24 hours before arrival. Travellers can go to [www.travelform.gov.bb] to complete the form. Travellers from each country or region will be designated in various risk categories for possible disease export which will determine the public health measures to be implemented before arrival and while in Barbados. It should be appreciated that these criteria may change as the situation evolves. Country Risk Categorization for COVID-19. High risk: Countries with > 10,000 new cases in prior 7 days AND Community Transmission. – Many countries are in this high burden group at this time including the USA as well as the Brazil, Peru, Mexico, South Africa, Saudi Arabia, Iran, Russia and India. Medium risk: Countries with 101-10,000 new cases in prior 7 days AND Community Transmission. – Some countries in this grouping currently include Jamaica, UK, Canada, Argentina, Ecuador, Spain, Portugal, Italy, South Korea. The Dominican Republic is also in this case range with community transmission. Low risk: Countries with < 100 new cases in prior 7 days AND not in the Community Transmission Category. These countries include those in the Caribbean and CARICOM as well as , New Zealand, Australia, China, Norway and Iceland. Each individual traveller has to be assessed for his/ her individual risk of carrying the disease since asymptomatic carriage is possible. *****

    Internal restrictions:

    The government of Barbados imposes a 14 day quarantine for all persons arriving on the island. If you arrive on a flight from a CARICOM country, you have the option of home quarantine. If you arrive from a non-CARICOM country, you have to quarantine in a government facility. A curfew is in operation: 10:00 pm to 5:00am Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Outside of these hours, you should continue to observe social distancing and practice good hygiene at all times. Wearing a face mask is actively encouraged and some premises will only allow you to enter if you are wearing a face mask. You may have your temperature taken when entering some premises. Moving around Barbados, wearing a face mask is actively encouraged and some premises will only allow you to enter if you are wearing a face mask. You may also have your temperature taken when entering some premises. You should follow the Barbados Government Information Service on Facebook [ https://www.facebook.com/gisbarbados/?tn-str=k*F] for further details as plans are subject to change at short notice.

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    29.07.2020
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    International restrictions:

    The government of Barbados opened its borders on the 12 of July to International Travel. All travellers to Barbados must complete a prearrival online embarkation form at least 24 hours before arrival. Travellers can go to [www.travelform.gov.bb] to complete the form. Travellers from each country or region will be designated in various risk categories for possible disease export which will determine the public health measures to be implemented before arrival and while in Barbados. It should be appreciated that these criteria may change as the situation evolves. Country Risk Categorization for COVID-19. High risk: Countries with > 10,000 new cases in prior 7 days AND Community Transmission. – Many countries are in this high burden group at this time including the USA as well as the Brazil, Peru, Mexico, South Africa, Saudi Arabia, Iran, Russia and India. Medium risk: Countries with 101-10,000 new cases in prior 7 days AND Community Transmission. – Some countries in this grouping currently include Jamaica, UK, Canada, Argentina, Ecuador, Spain, Portugal, Italy, South Korea. The Dominican Republic is also in this case range with community transmission. Low risk: Countries with < 100 new cases in prior 7 days AND not in the Community Transmission Category. These countries include those in the Caribbean and CARICOM as well as , New Zealand, Australia, China, Norway and Iceland. Each individual traveller has to be assessed for his/ her individual risk of carrying the disease since asymptomatic carriage is possible. *****

    Internal restrictions:

    The government of Barbados imposes a 14 day quarantine for all persons arriving on the island. If you arrive on a flight from a CARICOM country, you have the option of home quarantine. If you arrive from a non-CARICOM country, you have to quarantine in a government facility. A curfew is in operation: 10:00 pm to 5:00am Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Outside of these hours, you should continue to observe social distancing and practice good hygiene at all times. Wearing a face mask is actively encouraged and some premises will only allow you to enter if you are wearing a face mask. You may have your temperature taken when entering some premises. Moving around Barbados, wearing a face mask is actively encouraged and some premises will only allow you to enter if you are wearing a face mask. You may also have your temperature taken when entering some premises. You should follow the Barbados Government Information Service on Facebook [ https://www.facebook.com/gisbarbados/?tn-str=k*F] for further details as plans are subject to change at short notice.

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    24.07.2020
  • Barbados Government to reopen borders to international travelers, to resume commercial flights at Grantley Adams Airport from 12 July (Travel Market Report, 29.06.2020)

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    International restrictions:

    The government of Barbados opened its borders on the 12 of July to International Travel. All travellers to Barbados must complete a prearrival online embarkation form at least 24 hours before arrival. Travellers can go to [www.travelform.gov.bb] to complete the form. Travellers from each country or region will be designated in various risk categories for possible disease export which will determine the public health measures to be implemented before arrival and while in Barbados. It should be appreciated that these criteria may change as the situation evolves. Country Risk Categorization for COVID-19. High risk: Countries with > 10,000 new cases in prior 7 days AND Community Transmission. – Many countries are in this high burden group at this time including the USA as well as the Brazil, Peru, Mexico, South Africa, Saudi Arabia, Iran, Russia and India. Medium risk: Countries with 101-10,000 new cases in prior 7 days AND Community Transmission. – Some countries in this grouping currently include Jamaica, UK, Canada, Argentina, Ecuador, Spain, Portugal, Italy, South Korea. The Dominican Republic is also in this case range with community transmission. Low risk: Countries with < 100 new cases in prior 7 days AND not in the Community Transmission Category. These countries include those in the Caribbean and CARICOM as well as , New Zealand, Australia, China, Norway and Iceland. Each individual traveller has to be assessed for his/ her individual risk of carrying the disease since asymptomatic carriage is possible. *****

    Internal restrictions:

    The government of Barbados imposes a 14 day quarantine for all persons arriving on the island. If you arrive on a flight from a CARICOM country, you have the option of home quarantine. If you arrive from a non-CARICOM country, you have to quarantine in a government facility. A curfew is in operation: 10:00 pm to 5:00am Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Outside of these hours, you should continue to observe social distancing and practice good hygiene at all times. Wearing a face mask is actively encouraged and some premises will only allow you to enter if you are wearing a face mask. You may have your temperature taken when entering some premises. Moving around Barbados, wearing a face mask is actively encouraged and some premises will only allow you to enter if you are wearing a face mask. You may also have your temperature taken when entering some premises. You should follow the Barbados Government Information Service on Facebook [ https://www.facebook.com/gisbarbados/?tn-str=k*F] for further details as plans are subject to change at short notice.

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    22.07.2020
  • Barbados Government to reopen borders to international travelers, to resume commercial flights at Grantley Adams Airport from 12 July (Travel Market Report, 29.06.2020)

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    International restrictions:

    Barbados plans to amend its entry requirements to coincide with the re-opening of airspace and resumption of commercial flights. Specifically, the need for mandatory 14 day quarantine will be removed. Instead, all persons arriving in Barbados should be tested for COVID-19 at an accredited laboratory. You must take a COVID-19 PCR antigen test 72 hours in advance of your flight. The standard of test must be ISO, or CAP or equivalent. If you’re arriving from CARICOM countries, you’re allowed to be tested up to one week before travel. If you receive a certificate confirming you are COVID-19 negative, you will be allowed to enter Barbados. If you arrive in Barbados without being tested, you will be subjected to a mandatory test on arrival at the Concorde Experience facility which is next to the airport. The cost of the test is US$150. You will need to isolate in your accommodation until the test results are provided. This can take a maximum of 48 hours. Anyone who tests positive for COVID-19 will be taken to a Barbados government quarantine facility at Harrison Point, St Lucy. In addition, all persons arriving in Barbados are required to wear face masks and will have their temperature taken.

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    Internal restrictions:

    The government of Barbados imposes a 14 day quarantine for all persons arriving on the island. If you arrive on a flight from a CARICOM country, you have the option of home quarantine. If you arrive from a non-CARICOM country, you have to quarantine in a government facility. A curfew is in operation: 10:00 pm to 5:00am Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Outside of these hours, you should continue to observe social distancing and practice good hygiene at all times. Wearing a face mask is actively encouraged and some premises will only allow you to enter if you are wearing a face mask. You may have your temperature taken when entering some premises. Moving around Barbados, wearing a face mask is actively encouraged and some premises will only allow you to enter if you are wearing a face mask. You may also have your temperature taken when entering some premises. You should follow the Barbados Government Information Service on Facebook [ https://www.facebook.com/gisbarbados/?tn-str=k*F] for further details as plans are subject to change at short notice.

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    02.07.2020
  • Barbados Government will lift curfew on 1 July; regional, international flights will resume from 12 July (Jamaica-Gleaner.com, 28.06.2020)

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    International restrictions:

    A mandatory 14-day quarantine for all persons entering Barbados. Citizens and residents of Barbados will be subject to a home-quarantine. The Government of Barbados is conducting thermal screening at airports and seaports.

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    Internal restrictions:

    The government of Barbados imposes a 14 day quarantine for all persons arriving on the island. If you arrive on a flight from a CARICOM country, you have the option of home quarantine. If you arrive from a non-CARICOM country, you have to quarantine in a government facility. A curfew is in operation: 10:00 pm to 5:00am Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Outside of these hours, you should continue to observe social distancing and practice good hygiene at all times. Wearing a face mask is actively encouraged and some premises will only allow you to enter if you are wearing a face mask. You may have your temperature taken when entering some premises.

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    28.06.2020
  • Barbados Seawell’s Grantley Adams Airport to remain closed to commercial traffic until 30 June (Jamaica Observer, 23.05.2020)

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    International restrictions:

    A mandatory 14-day quarantine for all persons entering Barbados. Citizens and residents of Barbados will be subject to a home-quarantine. The Government of Barbados is conducting thermal screening at airports and seaports.

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    Internal restrictions:

    The government of Barbados imposes a 14 day quarantine for all persons arriving on the island. If you arrive on a flight from a CARICOM country, you have the option of home quarantine. If you arrive from a non-CARICOM country, you have to quarantine in a government facility. A curfew is in operation: 10:00 pm to 5:00am Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Outside of these hours, you should continue to observe social distancing and practice good hygiene at all times. Wearing a face mask is actively encouraged and some premises will only allow you to enter if you are wearing a face mask. You may have your temperature taken when entering some premises.

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    25.06.2020
  • Barbados Seawell’s Grantley Adams Airport to remain closed to commercial traffic until 30 June (Jamaica Observer, 23.05.2020)

    Barbados (BGI) airport is closed.
    – This does not apply to technical stops, medevac flights and authorized flights.

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    International restrictions:

    A mandatory 14-day quarantine in a government facility for all persons entering Barbados. Citizens and residents of Barbados will be subject to a home-quarantine. The Government of Barbados is conducting thermal screening at airports and seaports.

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    Internal restrictions:

    As of Monday, June 15, the curfew Monday through Thursday will be lifted. Curfew will be 10 pm to 5 am Friday through Sunday.
    Beach access will be permitted from 5:00 am to 6:30 pm daily commencing on Tuesday, June 2. No groups of more than three persons are allowed, unless of the same family.
    As of Monday, June 15 beaches and parks will no longer have limited hours.
    Taking effect on Monday, June 15 social events, parties and banquets are permitted with adherence to social distancing guidelines. Events of over 250 persons require Ministry of Health approval..
    Violations are subject to fines and/or up to a year of prison. Barbados Ministry of Health has set up a 24-hour information hotline at 246536-4500.

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    15.06.2020
  • Barbados Seawell’s Grantley Adams Airport to remain closed to commercial traffic until 30 June (Jamaica Observer, 23.05.2020)

    Barbados (BGI) airport is closed.
    – This does not apply to technical stops, medevac flights and authorized flights.

    International restrictions:

    A mandatory 14-day quarantine in a government facility for all persons entering Barbados. Citizens and residents of Barbados will be subject to a home-quarantine. The Government of Barbados is conducting thermal screening at airports and seaports.

    Outbound restrictions:

    There are currently no restrictions on outbound travel. US citizens who are attempting to return to the US from the Eastern Caribbean and need assistance should complete the provided form for each person wishing to return to the US.

    Conditions and

    Internal restrictions:

    Several non-essential businesses will reopen, including bookstores, hairdressers and religious buildings with a limit of 20 people. The government of Barbados announced a four-phased reopening approach, with the island entering Phase 3 on 18 May.
    Effective 4 May, a nightly curfew will be in place from 20.00 until 05.00. Residents and citizens are allowed to conduct essential business two days per week according to their surname.
    Violations are subject to fines and/or up to a year of prison. Barbados Ministry of Health has set up a 24-hour information hotline at 246536-4500.

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    29.05.2020
  • Barbados Seawell’s Grantley Adams Airport to remain closed to commercial traffic until 30 June (Jamaica Observer, 23.05.2020) Barbados (BGI) airport is closed. – This does not apply to technical stops, medevac flights and authorized flights.

    International restrictions:

    A mandatory 14-day quarantine in a government facility for all persons entering Barbados. Citizens and residents of Barbados will be subject to a home-quarantine. The Government of Barbados is conducting thermal screening at airports and seaports.

    Outbound restrictions:

    There are currently no restrictions on outbound travel. US citizens who are attempting to return to the US from the Eastern Caribbean and need assistance should complete the provided form for each person wishing to return to the US. Conditions and

    Internal restrictions:

    Several non-essential businesses will reopen, including bookstores, hairdressers and religious buildings with a limit of 20 people. The government of Barbados announced a four-phased reopening approach, with the island entering Phase 3 on 18 May. Effective 4 May, a nightly curfew will be in place from 20.00 until 05.00. Residents and citizens are allowed to conduct essential business two days per week according to their surname. Violations are subject to fines and/or up to a year of prison. Barbados Ministry of Health has set up a 24-hour information hotline at 246536-4500.

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    25.05.2020
  • Barbados Barbados (BGI) is closed. – This does not apply to Medevac flights, technical stops, and authorized flights, e.g. humanitarian aid.

    International restrictions:

    A mandatory 14-day quarantine in a government facility for all persons entering Barbados. Citizens and residents of Barbados will be subject to a home-quarantine. The Government of Barbados is conducting thermal screening at airports and seaports.

    Outbound restrictions:

    There are currently no restrictions on outbound travel. US citizens who are attempting to return to the US from the Eastern Caribbean and need assistance should complete the provided form for each person wishing to return to the US. Conditions and

    Internal restrictions:

    Several non-essential businesses will reopen, including bookstores, hairdressers and religious buildings with a limit of 20 people. The government of Barbados announced a four-phased reopening approach, with the island entering Phase 3 on 18 May. Effective 4 May, a nightly curfew will be in place from 20.00 until 05.00. Residents and citizens are allowed to conduct essential business two days per week according to their surname. Violations are subject to fines and/or up to a year of prison. Barbados Ministry of Health has set up a 24-hour information hotline at 246536-4500.

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    18.05.2020
  • Source Foreign travel advice, Gov.UK/
    US State Dept. COVID-19 Country Specific Information/
    OSAC Travel Advisories/
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