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Bermuda travel restrictions

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Airlines Updates

Published on 08.10.2020
American Airlines restarts flights between Miami and Bermuda

Full Restrictions
Open for travel from Bermuda
Crossing Rules

Entry restrictions
Passengers and airline crew must have an approved travel authorization obtained at most 3 days before departure. The authorization can be obtained at https://www.gov.bm/coronavirus-travellers and must be presented at time of departure.

Forced isolation for passengers who arrive from or during last 14 days have been in United Kingdom
Passengers and airline crew arriving from the United Kingdom, or who have visited the United Kingdom in the past 14 days are subject to a Coronavirus (COVID-19) PCR test on arrival and quarantine for 4 days. They will only be released from quarantine after receiving a negative result from the Coronavirus (COVID-19) PCR test done on day 4.

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Flight Restrictions

published 24.08.2020

Passengers must obtain a Travel Authorization at gov.bm at most 48 hours before departure. They must present the confirmation before departure.

Passengers aged 10 years and older not residing in Bermuda:
– must have a medical certificate confirming a negative Coronavirus (COVID-19) PCR test taken at most 7 days before departure; and
– are subject to a PCR test on arrival and quarantine until test results are ready.

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Quarantine

Quarantine requirement at government designated site- subject to PCR.

From 8th December, all residents and visitors to Bermuda are now required to wear a Traveller Wristband for the first 14 days of their stay. Removal of the wristband is not permitted and can result in a fine of $500 and home quarantining with an electronic monitoring bracelet. Persons who do not wish to wear the Traveller Wristband will quarantine at their accommodation for 14 days.

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Insurance
Certification

COVID-19 negative certification required for entering the country.

All visitors from a country classified by the WHO as having community transmission of COVID-19 (including the UK) will need to apply for a Bermuda COVID-19 Travel Authorisation 1 to 3 days before departure. They are also required to have a pre-departure test. They will need to receive a negative COVID-19 PCR test no more than 5 days before travel. Anyone arriving in Bermuda from the UK, or who has travelled through the UK within the 14 days prior to their arrival in Bermuda, must quarantine for 4 days upon arrival. They will need to receive a negative COVID-19 PCR test on or after the 4th day to leave quarantine.

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Vaccination

Yellow fever (2019)
Country requirement at entry: no
WHO vaccination recommendation: no

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  • Bermuda International Restrictions:
    *International Travel: LF Wade International Airport is open for commercial flights. Due to Covid-19 pandemic, the Bermuda Government has put in place visitor protocols, which include the requirement for both visitors and residents to apply for a travel authorisation. Visit the Government of Bermuda website for more information.

    *Entry to Bermuda: Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, all visitors from a country classified by the WHO as having community transmission of COVID-19 (including the UK) will need to apply for a Bermuda COVID-19 Travel Authorisation 1 to 3 days before departure. They are also required to have a pre-departure test. They will need to receive a negative COVID-19 PCR test no more than 5 days before travel. Anyone arriving in Bermuda from the UK, or who has travelled through the UK within the 14 days prior to their arrival in Bermuda, must quarantine for 4 days upon arrival. They will need to receive a negative COVID-19 PCR test on or after the 4th day to leave quarantine.
    Although Bermudian residents are technically permitted to travel without such a test, they will now need to pay $300 for a test upon arrival in Bermuda if they have not received a negative test before travel. Residents who are unable to self isolate at home will also be required to stay in a specified hotel until the results of their day 8 Covid test are confirmed. This applies to adults and children aged 10 and up. Those without a negative pre-departure test will not be able to obtain Travel Authorisation. You should arrange to take a private test.
    You must wear face masks when travelling to the departure airport and practise social distancing at the departure airport. Upon arrival, you must show a copy of your Travel Authorisation and present a copy of the pre-departure PCR COVID-19 negative test result to health officers on request. All travellers will undergo PCR COVID-19 testing at the Bermuda L.F. Wade International Airport. It’s important that you adhere to the COVID-19 guidance and quarantine in your accommodation until airport tests results are ready. Failure to adhere to guidelines could result in a fine of up to $25,000 and/or up to six months imprisonment.
    From 8th December, all residents and visitors to Bermuda are now required to wear a Traveller Wristband for the first 14 days of their stay. Removal of the wristband is not permitted and can result in a fine of $500 and home quarantining with an electronic monitoring bracelet. Persons who do not wish to wear the Traveller Wristband will quarantine at their accommodation for 14 days.
    People who are fully immunised and travel to Bermuda are able to attend meetings, play close contact sports and visit restaurants, subject to restrictions. See Coronavirus. You should check the Bermuda Government website for more information and to apply for Bermuda Travel Authorisation.

    *Internal Restrictions:
    *Accommodation: Resorts, hotels and cottages reopened at the beginning of July 2020. We recommend you check before you travel.
    *Public spaces and services: From 8th December, indoor facilities for bars and nightclubs have closed. Only existing outdoor bars are permitted to operate, with table service only. The maximum table size in bars and restaurants is 10 people. Furthermore, a maximum of 25 people are allowed in public or private gatherings. The number of people who can attend an outdoor funeral is 50 people, whilst the limit for people who can attend indoor funerals is 25% of the maximum capacity for the venue in which they are held. Personal services restrictions have been relaxed, to allow for the trimming of beards and other personal care services that require masks to be removed. Physical distancing has also been reduced in gyms from 10 feet between patrons to 6 feet.
    Full public transport has resumed. Non-resident visitors to Bermuda should follow local advice and guidance. People who are fully immunised and travel to Bermuda are able to attend meetings, play close contact sports and visit restaurants.
    Due to concerns around a recent outbreak of a UK variant of coronavirus, the curfew, which has been lifted, was reintroduced on 3rd March. Curfew is in place between 12am and 5am every day. All businesses now have to close at 11pm.
    You should check the Bermuda Government website for more information on what to do before travelling to Bermuda.

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    04.03.2021
  • Bermuda International Restrictions:
    *International Travel: LF Wade International Airport is open for commercial flights. Due to Covid-19 pandemic, the Bermuda Government has put in place visitor protocols, which include the requirement for both visitors and residents to apply for a travel authorisation. Visit the Government of Bermuda website for more information.

    *Entry to Bermuda: Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, all visitors from a country classified by the WHO as having community transmission of COVID-19 (including the UK) will need to apply for a Bermuda COVID-19 Travel Authorisation 1 to 3 days before departure. They are also required to have a pre-departure test. They will need to receive a negative COVID-19 PCR test no more than 5 days before travel. Anyone arriving in Bermuda from the UK, or who has travelled through the UK within the 14 days prior to their arrival in Bermuda, must quarantine for 4 days upon arrival. They will need to receive a negative COVID-19 PCR test on or after the 4th day to leave quarantine.
    Although Bermudian residents are technically permitted to travel without such a test, they will now need to pay $300 for a test upon arrival in Bermuda if they have not received a negative test before travel. Residents who are unable to self isolate at home will also be required to stay in a specified hotel until the results of their day 8 Covid test are confirmed. This applies to adults and children aged 10 and up. Those without a negative pre-departure test will not be able to obtain Travel Authorisation. You should arrange to take a private test.
    You must wear face masks when travelling to the departure airport and practise social distancing at the departure airport. Upon arrival, you must show a copy of your Travel Authorisation and present a copy of the pre-departure PCR COVID-19 negative test result to health officers on request. All travellers will undergo PCR COVID-19 testing at the Bermuda L.F. Wade International Airport. It’s important that you adhere to the COVID-19 guidance and quarantine in your accommodation until airport tests results are ready. Failure to adhere to guidelines could result in a fine of up to $25,000 and/or up to six months imprisonment.
    From 8th December, all residents and visitors to Bermuda are now required to wear a Traveller Wristband for the first 14 days of their stay. Removal of the wristband is not permitted and can result in a fine of $500 and home quarantining with an electronic monitoring bracelet. Persons who do not wish to wear the Traveller Wristband will quarantine at their accommodation for 14 days.
    People who are fully immunised and travel to Bermuda are able to attend meetings, play close contact sports and visit restaurants, subject to restrictions. See Coronavirus. You should check the Bermuda Government website for more information and to apply for Bermuda Travel Authorisation.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Accommodation: Resorts, hotels and cottages reopened at the beginning of July 2020. We recommend you check before you travel.

    *Public spaces and services: From 8th December, indoor facilities for bars and nightclubs have closed. Only existing outdoor bars are permitted to operate, with table service only. The maximum table size in bars and restaurants is 10 people. Furthermore, a maximum of 25 people are allowed in group gatherings. The number of people who can attend an outdoor funeral is 50 people, whilst the limit for people who can attend indoor funerals is 25% of the maximum capacity for the venue in which they are held. The curfew, which was introduced in December, has now ended. Businesses are now required to close at midnight, rather than 11pm. This includes alcohol licensed premises. In addition, personal services restrictions have been relaxed, to allow for the trimming of beards and other personal care services that require masks to be removed. Physical distancing has also been reduced in gyms from 10 feet between patrons to 6 feet. Full public transport has resumed. Non-resident visitors to Bermuda should follow local advice and guidance. People who are fully immunised and travel to Bermuda are able to attend meetings, play close contact sports and visit restaurants. You should check the Bermuda Government website for more information on what to do before travelling to Bermuda.

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    01.03.2021
  • Bermuda International Restrictions:
    *International Travel: LF Wade International Airport is open for commercial flights. Due to Covid-19 pandemic, the Bermuda Government has put in place visitor protocols, which include the requirement for both visitors and residents to apply for a travel authorisation. Visit the Government of Bermuda website for more information.

    *Entry to Bermuda: Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, all visitors from a country classified by the WHO as having community transmission of COVID-19 (including the UK) will need to apply for a Bermuda COVID-19 Travel Authorisation 1 to 3 days before departure. They are also required to have a pre-departure test. They will need to receive a negative COVID-19 PCR test no more than 5 days before travel. Anyone arriving in Bermuda from the UK, or who has travelled through the UK within the 14 days prior to their arrival in Bermuda, must quarantine for 4 days upon arrival. They will need to receive a negative COVID-19 PCR test on or after the 4th day to leave quarantine.
    Although Bermudian residents are technically permitted to travel without such a test, they will now need to pay $300 for a test upon arrival in Bermuda if they have not received a negative test before travel. Residents who are unable to self isolate at home will also be required to stay in a specified hotel until the results of their day 8 Covid test are confirmed. This applies to adults and children aged 10 and up. Those without a negative pre-departure test will not be able to obtain Travel Authorisation. You should arrange to take a private test.
    You must wear face masks when travelling to the departure airport and practise social distancing at the departure airport. Upon arrival, you must show a copy of your Travel Authorisation and present a copy of the pre-departure PCR COVID-19 negative test result to health officers on request. All travellers will undergo PCR COVID-19 testing at the Bermuda L.F. Wade International Airport. It’s important that you adhere to the COVID-19 guidance and quarantine in your accommodation until airport tests results are ready. Failure to adhere to guidelines could result in a fine of up to $25,000 and/or up to six months imprisonment.
    From 8th December, all residents and visitors to Bermuda are now required to wear a Traveller Wristband for the first 14 days of their stay. Removal of the wristband is not permitted and can result in a fine of $500 and home quarantining with an electronic monitoring bracelet. Persons who do not wish to wear the Traveller Wristband will quarantine at their accommodation for 14 days.
    People who are fully immunised and travel to Bermuda are able to attend meetings, play close contact sports and visit restaurants, subject to restrictions. See Coronavirus. You should check the Bermuda Government website for more information and to apply for Bermuda Travel Authorisation.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Accommodation: Resorts, hotels and cottages reopened at the beginning of July 2020. We recommend you check before you travel.
    *Public spaces and services: From 8th December, indoor facilities for bars and nightclubs have closed. Only existing outdoor bars are permitted to operate, with table service only. The maximum table size in bars and restaurants is 10 people. Furthermore, a maximum of 25 people are allowed in group gatherings. The number of people who can attend an outdoor funeral is 50 people, whilst the limit for people who can attend indoor funerals is 25% of the maximum capacity for the venue in which they are held. The curfew, which was introduced in December, has now ended. Businesses are now required to close at midnight, rather than 11pm. This includes alcohol licensed premises. In addition, personal services restrictions have been relaxed, to allow for the trimming of beards and other personal care services that require masks to be removed. Physical distancing has also been reduced in gyms from 10 feet between patrons to 6 feet.
    Full public transport has resumed. Non-resident visitors to Bermuda should follow local advice and guidance. People who are fully immunised and travel to Bermuda are able to attend meetings, play close contact sports and visit restaurants.
    You should check the Bermuda Government website for more information on what to do before travelling to Bermuda.

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    22.02.2021
  • Bermuda International Restrictions:
    *International Travel: LF Wade International Airport is open for commercial flights. Due to Covid-19 pandemic, the Bermuda Government has put in place visitor protocols, which include the requirement for both visitors and residents to apply for a travel authorisation. Visit the Government of Bermuda website for more information.

    *Entry to Bermuda: Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, all visitors from a country classified by the WHO as having community transmission of COVID-19 (including the UK) will need to apply for a Bermuda COVID-19 Travel Authorisation 1 to 3 days before departure. They are also required to have a pre-departure test. They will need to receive a negative COVID-19 PCR test no more than 5 days before travel. Anyone arriving in Bermuda from the UK, or who has travelled through the UK within the 14 days prior to their arrival in Bermuda, must quarantine for 4 days upon arrival. They will need to receive a negative COVID-19 PCR test on or after the 4th day to leave quarantine.
    Although Bermudian residents are technically permitted to travel without such a test, they will now need to pay $300 for a test upon arrival in Bermuda if they have not received a negative test before travel. Residents who are unable to self isolate at home will also be required to stay in a specified hotel until the results of their day 8 Covid test are confirmed.
    This applies to adults and children aged 10 and up. Those without a negative pre-departure test will not be able to obtain Travel Authorisation.
    You must wear face masks when travelling to the departure airport and practise social distancing at the departure airport.
    Upon arrival, you must show a copy of your Travel Authorisation and present a copy of the pre-departure PCR COVID-19 negative test result to health officers on request.
    All travellers will undergo PCR COVID-19 testing at the Bermuda L.F. Wade International Airport. It’s important that you adhere to the COVID-19 guidance and quarantine in your accommodation until airport tests results are ready. Failure to adhere to guidelines could result in a fine of up to $25,000 and/or up to six months imprisonment.
    From 8th December, all residents and visitors to Bermuda are now required to wear a Traveller Wristband for the first 14 days of their stay. Removal of the wristband is not permitted and can result in a fine of $500 and home quarantining with an electronic monitoring bracelet. Persons who do not wish to wear the Traveller Wristband will quarantine at their accommodation for 14 days.
    You should check the Bermuda Government website for more information and to apply for Bermuda Travel Authorisation.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Accommodation: Resorts, hotels and cottages reopened at the beginning of July 2020. We recommend you check before you travel.
    *Public spaces and services: From 8th December, indoor facilities for bars and nightclubs have closed. Only existing outdoor bars are permitted to operate, with table service only. Furthermore, a maximum of 10 people are allowed at public gatherings. However, the number of people who can attend an outdoor funeral has been increased to 20 people. A curfew was introduced in December. This will now operate each day between midnight and 5am. From 6th January, businesses are required to close at 11pm, rather than 10pm. In addition, personal services restrictions have been relaxed, to allow for the trimming of beards and other personal care services that require masks to be removed. Physical distancing has also been reduced in gyms from 10 feet between patrons to 6 feet. Full public transport has resumed. Non-resident visitors to Bermuda should follow local advice and guidance. You should check the Bermuda Government website for more information on what to do before travelling to Bermuda.

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    07.01.2021
  • Bermuda International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Bermuda: Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, all visitors from a country classified by the WHO as having community transmission of COVID-19 (including the UK) will need to apply for a Bermuda COVID-19 Travel Authorisation 1 to 3 days before departure. They are also required to have a pre-departure test. They will need to receive a negative COVID-19 PCR test no more than 5 days before travel. Anyone arriving in Bermuda from the UK, or who has travelled through the UK within the 14 days prior to their arrival in Bermuda, must quarantine for 4 days upon arrival. They will need to receive a negative COVID-19 PCR test on or after the 4th day to leave quarantine.
    Although Bermudian residents are technically permitted to travel without such a test, they will now need to pay $300 for a test upon arrival in Bermuda if they have not received a negative test before travel. Residents who are unable to self isolate at home will also be required to stay in a specified hotel until the results of their day 8 Covid test are confirmed.
    This applies to adults and children aged 10 and up. Those without a negative pre-departure test will not be able to obtain Travel Authorisation.
    You must wear face masks when travelling to the departure airport and practise social distancing at the departure airport.
    Upon arrival, you must show a copy of your Travel Authorisation and present a copy of the pre-departure PCR COVID-19 negative test result to health officers on request.
    All travellers will undergo PCR COVID-19 testing at the Bermuda L.F. Wade International Airport. It’s important that you adhere to the COVID-19 guidance and quarantine in your accommodation until airport tests results are ready. Failure to adhere to guidelines could result in a fine of up to $25,000 and/or up to six months imprisonment.
    From 8th December, all residents and visitors to Bermuda are now required to wear a Traveller Wristband for the first 14 days of their stay. Removal of the wristband is not permitted and can result in a fine of $500 and home quarantining with an electronic monitoring bracelet. Persons who do not wish to wear the Traveller Wristband will quarantine at their accommodation for 14 days.
    You should check the Bermuda Government website for more information and to apply for Bermuda Travel Authorisation.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Accommodation: Resorts, hotels and cottages reopened at the beginning of July 2020. We recommend you check before you travel.
    *Public spaces and services: From 8th December, indoor facilities for bars and nightclubs have closed. Only existing outdoor bars are permitted to operate, with table service only. Furthermore, a maximum of 10 people are allowed at public gatherings. A curfew has also been introduced, which will operate each day between 11pm and 5am. Full public transport has resumed. Non-resident visitors to Bermuda should follow local advice and guidance. You should check the Bermuda Government website for more information on what to do before travelling to Bermuda.

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    24.12.2020
  • Bermuda International Restrictions:
    *International Travel: LF Wade International Airport is open for commercial flights. Due to Covid-19 pandemic, the Bermuda Government has put in place visitor protocols, which include the requirement for both visitors and residents to apply for a travel authorisation. Visit the Government of Bermuda website for more information.

    *Entry to Bermuda: Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, all visitors from a country classified by the WHO as having community transmission of COVID-19 will need to apply for a Bermuda COVID-19 Travel Authorisation 1 to 3 days before departure. They are also required to have a pre-departure test. They will need to receive a negative COVID-19 PCR test no more than 5 days before travel. Although Bermudian residents are technically permitted to travel without such a test, they will now need to pay $300 for a test upon arrival in Bermuda if they have not received a negative test before travel. Residents who are unable to self isolate at home will also be required to stay in a specified hotel until the results of their day 8 Covid test are confirmed.
    This applies to adults and children aged 10 and up. Those without a negative pre-departure test will not be able to obtain Travel Authorisation.
    You must wear face masks when travelling to the departure airport and practise social distancing at the departure airport.
    Upon arrival, you must show a copy of your Travel Authorisation and present a copy of the pre-departure PCR COVID-19 negative test result to health officers on request.
    All travellers will undergo PCR COVID-19 testing at the Bermuda L.F. Wade International Airport. It’s important that you adhere to the COVID-19 guidance and quarantine in your accommodation until airport tests results are ready. Failure to adhere to guidelines could result in a fine of up to $25,000 and/or up to six months imprisonment.
    From 8th December, all residents and visitors to Bermuda are now required to wear a Traveller Wristband for the first 14 days of their stay. Removal of the wristband is not permitted and can result in a fine of $500 and home quarantining with an electronic monitoring bracelet. Persons who do not wish to wear the Traveller Wristband will quarantine at their accommodation for 14 days.
    You should check the Bermuda Government website for more information and to apply for Bermuda Travel Authorisation.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Accommodation: Resorts, hotels and cottages reopened at the beginning of July 2020. We recommend you check before you travel.

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    17.12.2020
  • Bermuda International Restrictions:
    LF Wade International Airport is open for commercial flights. Due to Covid-19 pandemic, the Bermuda Government has put in place visitor protocols, which include the requirement for both visitors and residents to apply for a travel authorisation. Visit the Government of Bermuda website for more information.
    *Entry to Bermuda: Due to the Covid-19 outbreak, all visitors from a country classified by the WHO as having community transmission of Covid-19 will need to apply for a Bermuda Covid-19 Travel Authorisation 1 to 3 days before departure. They are also required to have a pre-departure test. They will need to receive a negative Covid PCR test no more than 5 days before travel. This applies to adults and children aged 10 and up. Those without a negative pre-departure test will not be able to obtain Travel Authorisation. You must wear face masks when travelling to the departure airport and practise social distancing at the departure airport.
    Upon arrival, you must show a copy of your Travel Authorisation and present a copy of the pre-departure PCR Covid-19 negative test result to health officers on request. All travellers will undergo PCR Covid-19 testing at the Bermuda L.F. Wade International Airport. It’s important that you adhere to the Covid-19 guidance and quarantine in your accommodation until airport tests results are ready. Failure to adhere to guidelines could result in a fine of up to $25,000 and/or up to six month’ imprisonment.
    From 8th December, all residents and visitors to Bermuda are now required to wear a Traveller Wristband for the first 14 days of their stay. Removal of the wristband is not permitted and can result in a fine of $500 and home quarantining with an electronic monitoring bracelet. Persons who do not wish to wear the Traveller Wristband will quarantine at their accommodation for 14 days. You should check the Bermuda Government website for more information and to apply for Bermuda Travel Authorisation.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Accommodation: Resorts, hotels and cottages reopened at the beginning of July 2020. We recommend you check before you travel.
    *Public spaces and services: From 8th December, indoor facilities for bars and nightclubs have closed. Only existing outdoor bars are permitted to operate, with table service only. Furthermore, a maximum of 20 people are allowed at public gatherings. Full public transport has resumed. Non-resident visitors to Bermuda should follow local advice and guidance.
    You should check the Bermuda Government website for more information on what to do before travelling to Bermuda.

    Read more
    10.12.2020
  • Bermuda International Restrictions:
    LF Wade International Airport is open for commercial flights. Due to Covid-19 pandemic, the Bermuda Government has put in place visitor protocols, which include the requirement for both visitors and residents to apply for a travel authorisation. Visit the Government of Bermuda website for more information.
    *Entry to Bermuda: Due to the Covid-19 outbreak, all visitors from a country classified by the WHO as having community transmission of Covid-19 will need to apply for a Bermuda Covid-19 Travel Authorisation 1 to 3 days before departure. They are also required to have a pre-departure test. They will need to receive a negative Covid PCR test no more than 7 days before travel. However, as of 9 December 2020, visitors wishing to come to Bermuda must have a negative Covid-19 PCR test taken no more than 5 days before arrival in Bermuda. This applies to adults and children aged 10 and up. Those without a negative pre-departure test will not be able to obtain Travel Authorisation. You must wear face masks when travelling to the departure airport and practise social distancing at the departure airport.
    Upon arrival, you must show a copy of your Travel Authorisation and present a copy of the pre-departure PCR Covid-19 negative test result to health officers on request. All travellers will undergo PCR Covid-19 testing at the Bermuda L.F. Wade International Airport. It’s important that you adhere to the Covid-19 guidance and quarantine in your accommodation until airport tests results are ready. Failure to adhere to guidelines could result in a fine of up to $25,000 and/or up to six month’ imprisonment.
    You should check the Bermuda Government website for more information and to apply for Bermuda Travel Authorisation.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Accommodation: Resorts, hotels and cottages reopened at the beginning of July 2020. We recommend you check before you travel.
    *Public spaces and services: The curfew has been lifted as of 20 July. Premises with a license to sell alcohol must close at midnight. This will be reviewed on a weekly basis. Full public transport has resumed. Seventy five people are allowed at public gatherings. Non-resident visitors to Bermuda should follow local advice and guidance. You should check the Bermuda Government website for more information on what to do before travelling to Bermuda.

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    04.12.2020
  • Bermuda International Restrictions:
    LF Wade International Airport is open for commercial flights. Due to Covid-19 pandemic, the Bermuda Government has put in place visitor protocols, which include the requirement for both visitors and residents to apply for a travel authorisation. Visit the Government of Bermuda website for more information.
    *Entry to Bermuda: Due to the Covid-19 outbreak, all visitors from a country classified by the WHO as having community transmission of Covid-19 will need to apply for Travel Authorisation and are required to have a pre-departure test. This applies to adults and children aged 10 and up. Those without a negative pre-departure test will not be able to obtain Travel Authorisation. All travellers must wear face masks when travelling to the departure airport and practice social distancing at the departure airport. Upon arrival, visitors must, show a copy of your Travel Authorisation and present a copy of the pre-departure PCR Covid-19 negative test result to health officers on request. All travellers will undergo PCR Covid-19 testing at the Bermuda L.F. Wade International Airport. It’s important that travellers adhere to the Covid-19 guidance and quarantine in their accommodation until airport tests results are ready. Failure to adhere to guidelines could result in a fine of up to $25,000 and/or up to six month’ imprisonment. You should check the Bermuda Government website for more information and to apply for Bermuda Travel Authorisation.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Accommodation: Resorts, hotels and cottages reopened at the beginning of July 2020. We recommend you check before you travel.
    *Public spaces and services: The curfew has been lifted as of 20 July. Premises with a license to sell alcohol must close at midnight. This will be reviewed on a weekly basis. Full public transport has resumed. Seventy five people are allowed at public gatherings. Non-resident visitors to Bermuda should follow local advice and guidance. You should check the Bermuda Government website for more information on what to do before travelling to Bermuda.

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    18.11.2020
  • Bermuda *****

    International restrictions:

    Due to the Covid-19 outbreak, all visitors from a country classified by the WHO as having community transmission of Covid-19 will need to apply for Travel Authorisation and are required to have a pre-departure test. This applies to adults and children aged 10 and up. Those without a negative pre-departure test will not be able to obtain Travel Authorisation. All travellers must wear face masks when travelling to the departure airport and practice social distancing at the departure airport. Upon arrival, visitors must, show a copy of your Travel Authorisation and present a copy of the pre-departure PCR Covid-19 negative test result to health officers on request. All travellers will undergo PCR Covid-19 testing at the Bermuda L.F. Wade International Airport. It’s important that travellers adhere to the Covid-19 guidance and quarantine in their accommodation until airport tests results are ready. Failure to adhere to guidelines could result in a fine of up to $25,000 and/or up to six month’ imprisonment. You should check the Bermuda Government website for more information and to apply for Bermuda Travel Authorisation.untry classified by the WHO as having community transmission of Covid-19 will need to apply for Travel Authorisation and are required to have a pre-departure test. This applies to adults and children aged 10 and up. Those without a negative pre-departure test will not be able to obtain Travel Authorisation [https://www.gov.bm/coronavirus-news].

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    Internal restrictions:

    The curfew has been lifted as of 20 July. Premises with a license to sell alcohol must close at midnight. This will be reviewed on a weekly basis.
    Full public transport has resumed. Seventy five people are allowed at public gatherings. You should check the Bermuda Government website [https://www.gov.bm/coronavirus-news] for more information on what to do before travelling to Bermuda.

    Read more
    26.08.2020
  • Bermuda *****

    International restrictions:

    Due to the Covid-19 outbreak, all visitors from a country classified by the WHO as having community transmission of Covid-19 will need to apply for Travel Authorisation and are required to have a pre-departure test. This applies to adults and children aged 10 and up. Those without a negative pre-departure test will not be able to obtain Travel Authorisation. All travellers must wear face masks when travelling to the departure airport and practice social distancing at the departure airport. Upon arrival, visitors must, show a copy of your Travel Authorisation and present a copy of the pre-departure PCR Covid-19 negative test result to health officers on request. All travellers will undergo PCR Covid-19 testing at the Bermuda L.F. Wade International Airport. It’s important that travellers adhere to the Covid-19 guidance and quarantine in their accommodation until airport tests results are ready. Failure to adhere to guidelines could result in a fine of up to $25,000 and/or up to six month’ imprisonment. You should check the Bermuda Government website for more information and to apply for Bermuda Travel Authorisation.untry classified by the WHO as having community transmission of Covid-19 will need to apply for Travel Authorisation and are required to have a pre-departure test. This applies to adults and children aged 10 and up. Those without a negative pre-departure test will not be able to obtain Travel Authorisation [https://www.gov.bm/coronavirus-news].

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    Internal restrictions:

    The curfew has been lifted as of 20 July. Premises with a license to sell alcohol must close at midnight. This will be reviewed on a weekly basis. Full public transport has resumed. Fifty people are allowed at public gatherings. Non-resident visitors to Bermuda should follow local advice and guidance. You should check the Bermuda Government website [https://www.gov.bm/coronavirus-news] for more information on what to do before travelling to Bermuda. Resorts, hotels and cottages reopened at the beginning of July 2020.

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    24.07.2020
  • Bermuda Authorities expected to lift COVID-19 curfew on 20 July. (Royal Gazette, 17.07.2020).

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    International restrictions:

    Due to the Covid-19 outbreak, all visitors from a country classified by the WHO as having community transmission of Covid-19 will need to apply for Travel Authorisation and are required to have a pre-departure test. This applies to adults and children aged 10 and up. Those without a negative pre-departure test will not be able to obtain Travel Authorisation. All travellers must wear face masks when travelling to the departure airport and practice social distancing at the departure airport. Upon arrival, visitors must, show a copy of your Travel Authorisation and present a copy of the pre-departure PCR Covid-19 negative test result to health officers on request. All travellers will undergo PCR Covid-19 testing at the Bermuda L.F. Wade International Airport. It’s important that travellers adhere to the Covid-19 guidance and quarantine in their accommodation until airport tests results are ready. Failure to adhere to guidelines could result in a fine of up to $25,000 and/or up to six month’ imprisonment. You should check the Bermuda Government website for more information and to apply for Bermuda Travel Authorisation.untry classified by the WHO as having community transmission of Covid-19 will need to apply for Travel Authorisation and are required to have a pre-departure test. This applies to adults and children aged 10 and up. Those without a negative pre-departure test will not be able to obtain Travel Authorisation [https://www.gov.bm/coronavirus-news].

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    Internal restrictions:

    The curfew has been lifted as of 20 July. Premises with a license to sell alcohol must close at midnight. This will be reviewed on a weekly basis. Full public transport has resumed. Fifty people are allowed at public gatherings. Non-resident visitors to Bermuda should follow local advice and guidance. You should check the Bermuda Government website [https://www.gov.bm/coronavirus-news] for more information on what to do before travelling to Bermuda. Resorts, hotels and cottages reopened at the beginning of July 2020.

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    23.07.2020
  • Bermuda Authorities expected to lift COVID-19 curfew on 20 July. (Royal Gazette, 17.07.2020).

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    International restrictions:

    LF Wade International Airport is open for commercial flights. Due to Covid-19 pandemic, the Bermuda Government has put in place visitor protocols, which include the requirement for both visitors and residents to apply for a travel authorisation. Visit the Government of Bermuda website [https://www.gov.bm/coronavirus-travellers] for more information.
    Due to the Covid-19 outbreak, all visitors from a country classified by the WHO as having community transmission of Covid-19 will need to apply for Travel Authorisation and are required to have a pre-departure test. This applies to adults and children aged 10 and up. Those without a negative pre-departure test will not be able to obtain Travel Authorisation.

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    Internal restrictions:

    The curfew has been lifted as of 20 July. Premises with a license to sell alcohol must close at midnight. This will be reviewed on a weekly basis. Full public transport has resumed. Fifty people are allowed at public gatherings. Non-resident visitors to Bermuda should follow local advice and guidance. You should check the Bermuda Government website [https://www.gov.bm/coronavirus-news] for more information on what to do before travelling to Bermuda. Resorts, hotels and cottages reopened at the beginning of July 2020.

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    21.07.2020
  • Bermuda *****

    International restrictions:

    The LF Wade international airport is open for passenger flights. Due to the Covid-19 outbreak, all visitors from a country classified by the WHO as having community transmission of Covid-19 will need to apply for Travel Authorisation and are required to have a pre-departure test. This applies to adults and children aged 10 and up. Those without a negative pre-departure test will not be able to obtain Travel Authorisation. All travellers must wear face masks when travelling to the departure airport and practice social distancing at the departure airport. Upon arrival, visitors must, show a copy of your Travel Authorisation and present a copy of the pre-departure PCR Covid-19 negative test result to health officers on request. All travellers will undergo PCR Covid-19 testing at the Bermuda L.F. Wade International Airport. You should check the Bermuda Government website [https://www.gov.bm/coronavirus-news] for more information and to apply for Bermuda Travel Authorisation.

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    Internal restrictions:

    Due to Covid-19 pandemic, the Bermuda Government has put in place visitor protocols, which include the requirement for both visitors and residents to apply for a travel authorisation. Visit the Government of Bermuda website for more information. A curfew is in place from midnight until 5am daily. Schools are closed until further notice. Full public transport has resumed. Fifty people are allowed at public gatherings. Non-resident visitors to Bermuda should follow local advice and guidance. You should check the Bermuda Government website for more information on what to do before travelling to Bermuda.

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    16.07.2020
  • Bermuda *****

    International restrictions:

    The LF Wade international airport is open for passenger flights.
    L.F. Wade International Airport (BDA), the only airport serving passenger flights, has suspended arriving commercial flights until 1 July. Seaport has also been closed for non-essential arrival vessels. Cargo flights and cargo vessels carrying essential goods and medical supplies are exempt from these restrictions. There are currently no restrictions for travellers seeking to depart the island. Non-residents are not permitted entry to the island with the exception of crew members of air and ship crew members and those with written permission from the Quarantine Authority of Bermuda. Those entering the country must self-quarantine for 14 days and submit to public health screening measures. All other visitors that are not providing essential services will be denied entry. Check Bermuda Government website for more information: [https://www.gov.bm/coronavirus-news].

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    Internal restrictions:

    A state of emergency was declared on 1 April and will remain in place until 30 June. A curfew is in place from 11pm until 5am daily. Schools are closed until further notice. Full public transport will resume on 11 June. From 11 June, 20 people will be allowed at public gatherings. Non-resident visitors to Bermuda should follow local advice and guidance.

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    10.07.2020
  • Bermuda Bermuda government has announced the island will resume international commercial air service for visitors starting 1 July. (Media, 15.06.2020)

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    International restrictions:

    The LF Wade international airport is closed for passenger flights until 1July.
    L.F. Wade International Airport (BDA), the only airport serving passenger flights, has suspended arriving commercial flights. Seaport has also been closed for non-essential arrival vessels. Cargo flights and cargo vessels carrying essential goods and medical supplies are exempt from these restrictions.
    There are currently no restrictions for travellers seeking to depart the island. Non-residents are not permitted entry to the island with the exception of crew members of air and ship crew members and those with written permission from the Quarantine Authority of Bermuda. Those entering the country must self-quarantine for 14 days and submit to public health screening measures. All other visitors that are not providing essential services will be denied entry.

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    Internal restrictions:

    A state of emergency was declared on 1 April and will remain in place until 30 June. A curfew is in place from 11pm until 5am daily. Schools are closed until further notice. The seaport is closed to visiting vessels, but essential cargo operations bringing food, medicine, medical supplies and other essential goods will still continue to arrive in Bermuda. Full public transport will resume on 11 June. From 11 June, 20 people will be allowed at public gatherings. Non-resident visitors to Bermuda should follow local advice and guidance. We strongly encourage any non-resident visitors on holiday to Bermuda to consider leaving as soon as possible, to avoid difficulties they will face if travel out of the territory and the wider region are further restricted and they are unable to get home.

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    26.06.2020
  • Bermuda Bermuda government has announced the island will resume international commercial air service for visitors starting 1 July. (Media, 15.06.2020)

    International restrictions:

    L.F. Wade International Airport (BDA), the only airport serving passenger flights, has suspended arriving commercial flights. Seaport has also been closed for non-essential arrival vessels. Cargo flights and cargo vessels carrying essential goods and medical supplies are exempt from these restrictions.
    There are currently no restrictions for travellers seeking to depart the island. Non-residents are not permitted entry to the island with the exception of crew members of air and ship crew members and those with written permission from the Quarantine Authority of Bermuda. Those entering the country must self-quarantine for 14 days and submit to public health screening measures. All other visitors that are not providing essential services will be denied entry.

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    Internal restrictions:

    Public bus and ferry services have been suspended. A state of emergency including ‘shelter-in-place’ orders is in effect until further notice. Bermuda has begun a phased reopening: additional businesses have been opened, permitted businesses are allowed to operate between the hours of 07.00 and 21.00.
    Residents are encouraged to only leave their homes for essential purposes, and a curfew is in place from 22.00 to 06.00, during which no one is allowed leave their residence. Gatherings of over ten people are prohibited. Masks must be worn in public and a distance of 6 ft. kept between people engaged in essential shopping.

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    15.06.2020
  • Bermuda

    International restrictions:

    L.F. Wade International Airport (BDA), the only airport serving passenger flights, has suspended arriving commercial flights. Seaport has also been closed for non-essential arrival vessels. Cargo flights and cargo vessels carrying essential goods and medical supplies are exempt from these restrictions. There are currently no restrictions for travellers seeking to depart the island. Non-residents are not permitted entry to the island with the exception of crew members of air and ship crew members and those with written permission from the Quarantine Authority of Bermuda. Those entering the country must self-quarantine for 14 days and submit to public health screening measures. All other visitors that are not providing essential services will be denied entry.

    Internal restrictions:

    Public bus and ferry services have been suspended. A state of emergency including ‘shelter-in-place’ orders is in effect until further notice. Bermuda has begun a phased reopening: additional businesses have been opened, permitted businesses are allowed to operate between the hours of 07.00 and 21.00. Residents are encouraged to only leave their homes for essential purposes, and a curfew is in place from 22.00 to 06.00, during which no one is allowed leave their residence. Gatherings of over ten people are prohibited. Masks must be worn in public and a distance of 6 ft. kept between people engaged in essential shopping.

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    27.05.2020
  • Bermuda Bermuda has closed its borders to all travelers except Bermudan nationals and residents or travelers with a written permission of the Quarantine Authority of Bermuda.

    International restrictions:

    Borders are closed for non-essential travel. The issuing of new visas has been suspended. All travellers arriving by air must go into quarantine for 14 days in government selected hotels. Non-nationals must pay the associated costs themselves (estimated around US$1,600) All land borders are closed to all but emergency movements deemed necessary by the government.

    International restrictions:

    L.F. Wade International Airport (BDA), the only airport serving passenger flights, has suspended arriving commercial flights. Seaport has also been closed for non-essential arrival vessels. Cargo flights and cargo vessels carrying essential goods and medical supplies are exempt from these restrictions. There are currently no restrictions for travellers seeking to depart the island. Non-residents are not permitted entry to the island with the exception of crew members of air and ship crew members and those with written permission from the Quarantine Authority of Bermuda. Those entering the country must self-quarantine for 14 days and submit to public health screening measures. All other visitors that are not providing essential services will be denied entry.

    Internal restrictions:

    Public bus and ferry services have been suspended. A state of emergency including ‘shelter-in-place’ orders is in effect until further notice. Bermuda has begun a phased reopening: additional businesses have been opened, permitted businesses are allowed to operate between the hours of 07.00 and 21.00. Residents are encouraged to only leave their homes for essential purposes, and a curfew is in place from 22.00 to 06.00, during which no one is allowed leave their residence. Gatherings of over ten people are prohibited. Masks must be worn in public and a distance of 6 ft. kept between people engaged in essential shopping.

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    25.05.2020
  • Bermuda Passengers are not allowed to enter Bermuda.
    – This does not apply to nationals and residents of Bermuda.
    – This does not apply to passengers with a written permission of the Quarantine Authority of Bermuda.

    L.F. Wade International Airport (BDA), the only airport serving passenger flights, has suspended arriving commercial flights.
    Seaport has also been closed for non-essential arrival vessels.
    Cargo flights and cargo vessels carrying essential goods and medical supplies are exempt from these restrictions.
    There are currently no restrictions for travellers seeking to depart the island.
    Non-residents are not permitted entry to the island with the exception of crew members of air and ship crew members and those with written permission from the Quarantine Authority of Bermuda.
    Those entering the country must self-quarantine for 14 days and submit to public health screening measures.
    All other visitors that are not providing essential services will be denied entry.

    Internal restrictions:

    Public bus and ferry services have been suspended. A state of emergency including ‘shelter-in-place’ orders is in effect until further notice. Bermuda has begun a phased reopening: additional businesses have been opened, permitted businesses are allowed to operate between the hours of 07.00 and 21.00. Residents are encouraged to only leave their homes for essential purposes, and a curfew is in place from 22.00 to 06.00, during which no one is allowed leave their residence. Gatherings of over ten people are prohibited. Masks must be worn in public and a distance of 6 ft. kept between people engaged in essential shopping.

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    10.05.2020
  • Source Foreign travel advice, Gov.UK/
    US State Dept. COVID-19 Country Specific Information/
    OSAC Travel Advisories/
    Bermuda Government/
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