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Published on 12.04.2022, :

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Entry restrictions
Passengers must have a “Pure Safe Travel Certificate” obtained before departure at https://covid19.gov.gd/travel-covid/ .

Passengers must have a medical certificate with a negative Coronavirus (COVID-19) PCR test result issued at most 72 hours before departure from the first embarkation point.
– This does not apply to passengers younger than 6 years.

Passengers are subject to a Coronavirus (COVID-19) PCR test on day 4 after arrival at their own expense.
– This does not apply to passengers younger than 6 years.

Home/self isolation
Passengers are subject to quarantine for 14 days; details can be found at https://covid19.gov.gd/travel-covid/ .

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Flight Restrictions
Published on 20.12.2021

1. Passengers arriving from or who have been in Botswana, Eswatini, Lesotho, Namibia, South Africa and Zimbabwe in the past 14 days are not allowed to enter.

2. Passengers must complete a ?Travel Health Declaration" form at https://covid19.gov.gd/travel-health-declaration-form/ or upon arrival.

3. Passengers must have a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken at most 72 hours before arrival. - This does not apply to passengers younger than 5 years.

4. Passengers are subject to a COVID-19 PCR test upon arrival at their own expense. The test must be paid before departure at https://pay.gov.gd/. - This does not apply to
passengers with a COVID-19 vaccination certificate showing that they were fully vaccinated at least two weeks before arrival. Vaccines accepted are AstraZeneca (Vaxzevria),
AstraZeneca (SK Bioscience Co Ltd. from Korea), Covishield, Janssen, Moderna (Spikevax), Pfizer-BioNTech (Comirnaty), Sinopharm and Sinovac.

5. Passengers are subject to quarantine for 7 days at an approved accommodation; details can be found at https://covid19.gov.gd/travel-covid/ . - This does not apply to passengers
with a COVID-19 vaccination certificate showing that they were fully vaccinated at least two weeks before arrival. Vaccines accepted are AstraZeneca (Vaxzevria), AstraZeneca (SK
Bioscience Co Ltd. from Korea), Covishield, Janssen, Moderna (Spikevax), Pfizer-BioNTech (Comirnaty), Sinopharm and Sinovac.

6. Passengers are subject to medical screening.

7. Disembarking airline crew must present a completed Crew COVID-19 Status Card. They are subject to medical screening and self-isolation.

Published on 27.11.2021

1. Passengers arriving from or who have been in Botswana, Eswatini, Lesotho, Namibia, South Africa and Zimbabwe in the past 14 days are not allowed to enter.

2. Passengers must complete a ?Travel Health Declaration" form at https://covid19.gov.gd/travel-health-declaration-form/ or upon arrival.

3. Passengers must have a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken at most 72 hours before departure of the last direct flight to Grenada. - This does not apply to passengers younger than
5 years.

4. Passengers must have a COVID-19 vaccination certificate showing that they were fully vaccinated at least two weeks before arrival. Vaccines accepted are AstraZeneca
(Vaxzevria), AstraZeneca (SK Bioscience Co Ltd. from Korea), Covishield, Janssen, Moderna (Spikevax), Pfizer-BioNTech (Comirnaty), Sinopharm and Sinovac. - This does not apply to:
- nationals of Grenada; - passengers younger than 12 years.

5. Passengers are subject to a COVID-19 PCR test upon arrival at their own expense. The test must be paid before departure at https://pay.gov.gd/. - This does not apply to
passengers with a COVID-19 vaccination certificate showing that they were fully vaccinated at least two weeks before arrival. Vaccines accepted are AstraZeneca (Vaxzevria),
AstraZeneca (SK Bioscience Co Ltd. from Korea), Covishield, Janssen, Moderna (Spikevax), Pfizer-BioNTech (Comirnaty), Sinopharm and Sinovac.

6. Passengers are subject to quarantine for 7 days at an approved accommodation; details can be found at https://covid19.gov.gd/travel-covid/ . - This does not apply to passengers
with a COVID-19 vaccination certificate showing that they were fully vaccinated at least two weeks before arrival. Vaccines accepted are AstraZeneca (Vaxzevria), AstraZeneca (SK
Bioscience Co Ltd. from Korea), Covishield, Janssen, Moderna (Spikevax), Pfizer-BioNTech (Comirnaty), Sinopharm and Sinovac.

7. Passengers are subject to medical screening.

8. Disembarking airline crew must present a completed Crew COVID-19 Status Card. They are subject to medical screening and self-isolation.

published 28.11.2020

Entry restrictions
Passengers must install “Self Monitoring Mobile App” in their personal device; and- must have a reservation confirmation of an approved hotel for at least 5 days; details can be found at covid19.gov.gd.

Passengers must have a medical certificate with a negative Coronavirus (COVID-19) PCR test result issued at most 72 hours before departure.
– This does not apply to passengers younger than 5 years.

Quarantine

Quarantine requirement at government designated site.

The vaccination requirement for entry to Grenada has been lifted, effective 4 April. Full details are on the
Ministry of health website. If you’ve had COVID-19 in the past year: Testing requirements for entry to Grenada have been lifted, effective 4 April. Full details are on the Ministry of Health website. These rules are subject to change and should be checked regularly.

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Certification

COVID-19 negative certification required for entering the country.

Up to 4 April, all travellers aged 5 and over will need to present either a negative COVID PCR test result taken within 3 days of travel, or a negative antigen test taken within 1 day of travel. Full details are on the Ministry of health website.

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Vaccination
COVID-19 Total Vaccination date: 2022-05-13
COVID-19 Total Vaccination: 88157
COVID-19 Daily Vaccination: 20
COVID-19 Vacc. (per 100 citizens, %): 78.0
COVID-19 Daily Vacc. (per 1 million citizens): 177

Effective from 1 May persons providing proof of full vaccination will only be required to quarantine for up to 48 hours, pending a negative result from a PCR test, administered on entry, and paid in advance. You are considered fully vaccinated two weeks after their second dose of a two-dose vaccine or two weeks after a one-dose vaccine. Demonstrating your COVID-19 vaccination status: You cannot use a handwritten COVID card as proof of vaccination for travel purposes.

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Full Restrictions

  • Grenada Latest News:

    International Restrictions:
    *All travellers: On entry, you’ll be granted a specified period to stay. In normal circumstances, if you wish to stay longer, you must apply for an extension of stay through the Grenada Immigration Department.
    It’s an offence to overstay the entry period or to work without a work permit.
    Entry requirements may change from time to time. You should check with the Grenada High Commission in London before you travel.
    Vaccination: The vaccination requirement for entry to Grenada has been lifted, effective 4 April. Full details are on the
    Ministry of health website.
    If you’ve had COVID-19 in the past year: Testing requirements for entry to Grenada have been lifted, effective 4 April. Full details are on the Ministry of Health website. These rules are subject to change and should be checked regularly.
    If you’re transiting through Grenada: Transiting is when you pass through one country on the way to your final destination. Grenada is not a transit point for travel.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Grenada: Domestic travel between Grenada and Carriacou has resumed with options available 3 days a week by Osprey Lines ferry or SVG Air. The State of Emergency has been lifted effective 4 April.
    Restrictions on the movement of people, operations of businesses, mandate to wear masks and maintain physical distancing, the mandate to demonstrate your vaccination status to access certain services and all other features of the emergency powers covid-19 regulations have been repealed effective 4 April. Changes may occur at any time and should be monitored using the following platforms; Government of Grenada website, Government Information Service Facebook page
    or Ministry of Health Facebook page.

    *Public places and services: Restrictions on the movement of people, operations of businesses, mandate to wear masks and maintain physical distancing, the mandate to demonstrate your vaccination status to access certain services and all other features of the emergency powers COVID-19 regulations have been repealed effective 4 April.
    *Accommodation: Most hotels have now re-opened in Grenada. The latest information is available from the Grenada Tourism Authority.

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    12.04.2022
  • Grenada Latest News:

    International Restrictions:
    *All travellers: On entry, you’ll be granted a specified period to stay. In normal circumstances, if you wish to stay longer, you must apply for an extension of stay through the Grenada Immigration Department.
    It’s an offence to overstay the entry period or to work without a work permit.
    Entry requirements may change from time to time. You should check with the Grenada High Commission in London before you travel.
    Vaccination: The vaccination requirement for entry to Grenada has been lifted, effective 4 April. Full details are on the
    Ministry of health website.
    If you’ve had COVID-19 in the past year: Testing requirements for entry to Grenada have been lifted, effective 4 April. Full details are on the Ministry of Health website. These rules are subject to change and should be checked regularly.
    If you’re transiting through Grenada: Transiting is when you pass through one country on the way to your final destination. Grenada is not a transit point for travel.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Grenada: Domestic travel between Grenada and Carriacou has resumed with options available 3 days a week by Osprey Lines ferry or SVG Air.
    The State of Emergency has been lifted effective 4 April.
    Face masks are no longer mandated in public spaces. However, business owners reserve the right to require masks upon entry to their establishment.
    Anyone with flu like symptoms must inform a local police station, any medical station, or the COVID-19 hotline numbers which are 538 4787, 458 4787 or 438-4787 in Grenada and 423-2812 or 423-2813 in Carriacou and Petite Martinique.
    The Government of Grenada will prosecute persons who breach the COVID-19 regulations, including persons who break quarantine. You should keep up to date with changes to restrictions in the regularly updated Emergency Powers Regulations on the Government of Grenada website, Government Information Service Facebook page or Ministry of Health Facebook page.
    Public places and services: Mask-wearing is no longer required in public spaces.
    Weddings and funerals can host as many people as the venue allows.
    Business establishments are free to determine their requirements for entry. No visits are allowed to quarantine or isolation venues, prison detainees, or elderly nursing, care homes. Visitation is only allowed at hospitals by one next of kin. There are penalties for breaching the restrictions. You should keep up to date with changes to restrictions in the regularly updated Emergency Powers Regulations on the Government of Grenada website, Government Information Service Facebook page or Ministry of Health Facebook
    Accommodation: Most hotels have now re-opened in Grenada. The latest information is available from the Grenada Tourism Authority .
    *If you test positive for COVID-19, you must self-isolate at your hotel, home or other approved facility. You will be monitored until granted clearance by local health officials. If you receive a positive test, you will be contacted by the health authorities and provided with all the information on your status and the requirements for self-isolation.
    You are not allowed to leave your home or hotel while in self-isolation. If you are unable to stay in your hotel due to financial or other reasons you will be placed in a state approved and monitored facility. All transfers are conducted by health officials using strict infection prevention measures. All positive cases are treated similarly. Minors will be required to self-isolate even if travelling without parents. The guardian will self-isolate with the minor if required.

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    06.04.2022
  • Grenada Latest News:

    International Restrictions:
    *All travellers: Not all foreign nationals need a visa to visit Grenada. On entry, you’ll be granted a specified period to stay. In normal circumstances, if you wish to stay longer, you must apply for an extension of stay through the Grenada Immigration Department. It’s an offence to overstay the entry period or to work without a work permit.
    Entry requirements may change from time to time. You should check with the Grenada High Commission before you travel.
    If you’re fully vaccinated: Up to 4 April, only fully vaccinated visitors will be allowed entry into Grenada, with some exemptions. Travellers are considered fully vaccinated:
    • 2 weeks after their second dose in a 2-dose series, such as the Astra Zeneca, Pfizer, Moderna, Sinopharm or Sinovac vaccines
    • 2 weeks after a single-dose vaccine, such as Johnson & Johnson’s Janssen vaccine
    Up to 4 April, all travellers aged 5 and over will need to present either a negative COVID PCR test result taken within 3 days of travel, or a negative antigen test taken within 1 day of travel. Full details are on the Ministry of health website.
    You may be asked to undergo PCR testing on arrival at the airport as part of health screening on a case by case basis, which is free for those fully vaccinated – details are on the Ministry of Health website.
    Proof of vaccination status: Up to 4 April, you must present proof that you have been fully vaccinated to enter Grenada. Grenada will accept the proof of COVID-19 recovery and vaccination record. Your appointment card from vaccination centres is not designed to be used as proof of vaccination and should not be used to demonstrate your vaccine status.
    If you’re not fully vaccinated: Up to 4 April, unvaccinated travellers are required to quarantine for seven (7) days at an approved accommodation (the day of arrival being day zero) and on day five (5) must do a repeat PCR Test for COVID-19 to be allowed into the community. Unvaccinated travellers are required to have a confirmed reservation at an approved accommodation for quarantine. You will need to make your reservations at approved Ministry of Health Approved/Pure Safe travel accommodations. You can find a list of approved accommodation on the Ministry of Health website .
    Unvaccinated travellers must receive confirmation of a negative PCR test after day five (5) and clearance from public health officials in order to be permitted to leave their quarantine site. If your day five (5) test is positive the traveller will be required to remain in isolation for 14 days (day one being the date the sample was collected) at a designated facility (this may be the existing quarantine facility or another based on an assessment of risk).
    Unvaccinated travellers must apply for travel authorisation before travel, at the Ministry of Health website .
    If you’ve had COVID-19 in the past year: Up to 4 April, travellers recently infected with COVID are allowed to enter Grenada with a positive COVID viral test on a sample taken no more than 90 days before arriving AND a letter from a licensed healthcare provider or health official stating you were cleared to travel AND a negative rapid antigen test taken no more than one (1) day before arrival. Full details are on the Ministry of Health website.
    These rules are subject to change and should be checked regularly. You can use the COVID Pass to demonstrate proof of COVID-19 recovery when entering Grenada.
    Children and young people: Children aged under 5 do not need to present any vaccination certification for entry to Grenada. Children aged 5 and over are required to follow the same protocols as adult travellers.
    If you’re transiting through Grenada: Transiting is when you pass through one country on the way to your final destination. Grenada is not a transit point for travel.
    Exemptions: The only exemptions are Citizens, Residents, Persons under 12, Diplomats and Airline crew on layover.
    Citizens include persons carrying a Grenadian passport, or proof of citizenship or who were born in Grenada.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Grenada: The Prime Minister has announced lifting the mask mandate which will take effect from 4 April. Details will be available on the Government of Grenada website, Government Information Service Facebook page orMinistry of Health Facebook page in due course. Domestic travel between Grenada and Carriacou has resumed with options available 3 days a week by Osprey Lines ferry or SVG Air.
    The State of Emergency has been extended to May 2022. Local regulations are in place to limit the spread of COVID-19.
    Mandatory face covering in all public spaces including on public transport, sanitising protocols, physical distancing and no eating or drinking on public transport remain in effect until 4 April when face masks will no longer be required
    Anyone with flu like symptoms must inform a local police station, any medical station, or the COVID-19 hotline numbers which are 538 4787, 458 4787 or 438-4787 in Grenada and 423-2812 or 423-2813 in Carriacou and Petite Martinique.
    The Government of Grenada will prosecute persons who breach the COVID-19 regulations, including persons who break quarantine. You should keep up to date with changes to restrictions in the regularly updated Emergency Powers Regulations on the Government of Grenada website, Government Information Service Facebook page or Ministry of Health Facebook page.
    *Public places and services: Everyone must wear a face mask covering nose and mouth when out in public.
    Restrictions on social events for fully vaccinated individuals have been lifted. Weddings and funerals can host as many people as the venue allows. Venues hosting these events must be capable of 6ft. social distancing protocol.
    Only fully vaccinated customers are allowed to dine at restaurants.
    Businesses are allowed to be open as long as physical distancing of 6ft, hand sanitising, mask wearing and reduced customer capacity can be enforced. No visits are allowed to quarantine or isolation venues, prison detainees, or elderly nursing, care homes. Visitation is only allowed at hospitals by one next of kin. There are penalties for breaching the restrictions. You should keep up to date with changes to restrictions in the regularly updated Emergency Powers Regulations on the Government of Grenada website, Government Information Service Facebook page or Ministry of Health Facebook
    Accommodation: Most hotels have now re-opened in Grenada. The latest information is available from the Grenada Tourism Authority.
    *If you test positive for COVID-19, you must self-isolate at your hotel, home or other approved facility. You will be monitored until granted clearance by local health officials. If you receive a positive test, you will be contacted by the health authorities and provided with all the information on your status and the requirements for self-isolation.
    You are not allowed to leave your home or hotel while in self-isolation. If you are unable to stay in your hotel due to financial or other reasons you will be placed in a state approved and monitored facility. All transfers are conducted by health officials using strict infection prevention measures. All positive cases are treated similarly. Minors will be required to self-isolate even if travelling without parents. The guardian will self-isolate with the minor if required.

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    29.03.2022
  • Grenada Latest News:

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Grenada: The Prime Minister has announced that the testing and vaccination requirement for arriving passengers will be discontinued from 4 April. Details will be available on the Ministry of health website in due course. Until then, only fully vaccinated visitors will be allowed entry into Grenada, with some exemptions. See the exemption list for more details.
    The Government of Grenada announced on 15 February with immediate effect that as an alternative to obtaining a negative COVID PCR test result within 3 days, arrivals can also obtain a negative antigen test within 1 day of travel. Travellers must also complete an online health declaration form before arrival. You will receive your approved health certificate automatically upon submission but will no longer be required to present this before boarding a flight to Grenada. On arrival you must present your health certificate, your negative PCR or antigen test result and your vaccination card. Full details are on the Ministry of health website.
    The Grenada Government announced in January 2022 that travellers recently infected with COVID may be allowed to enter Grenada with a positive COVID viral test on a sample taken no more than 90 days before arriving AND a letter from a licensed healthcare provider or health official stating you were cleared to travel AND a negative rapid antigen test taken no more than one (1) day before arrival. Full details are on the Ministry of Health website.
    The ban on entry for people with a travel history to South Africa, Namibia, Zimbabwe, Botswana, Lesotho and Eswatini in the last 14 days, has now been lifted.
    These rules are subject to change and should be checked regularly. You should not use the testing service to get a test in order to facilitate your travel to another country. You should arrange to take a private test.
    If you arrive on a yacht you must pre-register with Sailclear. Yacht entry protocols are on the Ministry of Health website.
    Testing/screening and quarantine on arrival: Grenada Government announced that from 15 November you do not need to quarantine on arrival if you are fully vaccinated and arrive with a negative PCR test. You may be asked to undergo PCR testing on arrival at the airport as part of health screening on a case by case basis , which is free for those fully vaccinated – details are on the Ministry of Health website
    Demonstrating your COVID-19 status: Grenada will accept the proof of COVID-19 recovery and vaccination record. Your appointment card from vaccination centres is not designed to be used as proof of vaccination and should not be used to demonstrate your vaccine status.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Grenada: The Prime Minister has announced lifting the mask mandate which will take effect from 4 April. Details will be available on the Government of Grenada website, Government Information Service Facebook page orMinistry of Health Facebook page in due course. Domestic travel between Grenada and Carriacou has resumed with options available 3 days a week by Osprey Lines ferry or SVG Air.
    The State of Emergency has been extended to May 2022. Local regulations are in place to limit the spread of COVID-19.
    Mandatory face covering in all public spaces including on public transport, sanitising protocols, physical distancing and no eating or drinking on public transport remain in effect until 4 April when face masks will no longer be required
    Anyone with flu like symptoms must inform a local police station, any medical station, or the COVID-19 hotline numbers which are 538 4787, 458 4787 or 438-4787 in Grenada and 423-2812 or 423-2813 in Carriacou and Petite Martinique.
    The Government of Grenada will prosecute persons who breach the COVID-19 regulations, including persons who break quarantine. You should keep up to date with changes to restrictions in the regularly updated Emergency Powers Regulations on the Government of Grenada website, Government Information Service Facebook page or Ministry of Health Facebook page.
    *Public places and services: Everyone must wear a face mask covering nose and mouth when out in public.
    Restrictions on social events for fully vaccinated individuals have been lifted. Weddings and funerals can host as many people as the venue allows. Venues hosting these events must be capable of 6ft. social distancing protocol.
    Only fully vaccinated customers are allowed to dine at restaurants.
    Businesses are allowed to be open as long as physical distancing of 6ft, hand sanitising, mask wearing and reduced customer capacity can be enforced. No visits are allowed to quarantine or isolation venues, prison detainees, or elderly nursing, care homes. Visitation is only allowed at hospitals by one next of kin. There are penalties for breaching the restrictions. You should keep up to date with changes to restrictions in the regularly updated Emergency Powers Regulations on the Government of Grenada website, Government Information Service Facebook page or Ministry of Health Facebook
    Accommodation: Most hotels have now re-opened in Grenada. The latest information is available from the Grenada Tourism Authority.
    *If you test positive for COVID-19, you must self-isolate at your hotel, home or other approved facility. You will be monitored until granted clearance by local health officials. If you receive a positive test, you will be contacted by the health authorities and provided with all the information on your status and the requirements for self-isolation.
    You are not allowed to leave your home or hotel while in self-isolation. If you are unable to stay in your hotel due to financial or other reasons you will be placed in a state approved and monitored facility. All transfers are conducted by health officials using strict infection prevention measures. All positive cases are treated similarly. Minors will be required to self-isolate even if travelling without parents. The guardian will self-isolate with the minor if required.

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    22.03.2022
  • Grenada Latest News:

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Grenada: Only fully vaccinated visitors will be allowed entry into Grenada, with some exemptions. See the exemption list for more details.
    The Government of Grenada announced on 15 February with immediate effect that as an alternative to obtaining a negative COVID PCR test result within 3 days, arrivals can also obtain a negative antigen test within 1 day of travel. Travellers must also complete an online health declaration form before arrival. You will receive your approved health certificate automatically upon submission but will no longer be required to present this before boarding a flight to Grenada. On arrival you must present your health certificate, your negative PCR or antigen test result and your vaccination card. Full details are on the Ministry of health website.
    The Grenada Government announced in January 2022 that travellers recently infected with COVID may be allowed to enter Grenada with a positive COVID viral test on a sample taken no more than 90 days before arriving AND a letter from a licensed healthcare provider or health official stating you were cleared to travel AND a negative rapid antigen test taken no more than one (1) day before arrival. Full details are on the Ministry of Health website.
    The ban on entry for people with a travel history to South Africa, Namibia, Zimbabwe, Botswana, Lesotho and Eswatini in the last 14 days, has now been lifted.
    These rules are subject to change and should be checked regularly. You should arrange to take a private test.
    If you arrive on a yacht you must pre-register with Sailclear. Yacht entry protocols are on the Ministry of Health website
    Testing/screening and quarantine on arrival: Grenada Government announced that from 15 November you do not need to quarantine on arrival if you are fully vaccinated and arrive with a negative PCR test. You may be asked to undergo PCR testing on arrival at the airport as part of health screening on a case by case basis, which is free for those fully vaccinated – details are on the Ministry of Health website.
    Demonstrating your COVID-19 status: Grenada will accept the proof of COVID-19 recovery and vaccination record. Your appointment card from vaccination centres is not designed to be used as proof of vaccination and should not be used to demonstrate your vaccine status.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Grenada: Social distancing measures and wearing of facemasks is mandatory. Domestic travel between Grenada and Carriacou has resumed with options available 3 days a week by Osprey Lines ferry or SVG Air.
    The State of Emergency has been extended to May 2022. Local regulations are in place to limit the spread of COVID-19. Government announced on 15 February that with immediate effect contact tracing is no longer being carried out by the Ministry of health. As a result, individuals are not required to sign in upon entry to business establishments and offices. On 7 December 2021 the curfew restricting freedom of movement was lifted. Full details of regulations can be found on the Government of Grenada website , Government Information Service Facebook page or Ministry of Health Facebook page.
    Mandatory face covering in all public spaces including on public transport, sanitising protocols, physical distancing and no eating or drinking on public transport remain in effect.
    Anyone with flu like symptoms must inform a local police station, any medical station, or the COVID-19 hotline numbers which are 538 4787, 458 4787 or 438-4787 in Grenada and 423-2812 or 423-2813 in Carriacou and Petite Martinique.
    The Government of Grenada will prosecute persons who breach the COVID-19 regulations, including persons who break quarantine. You should keep up to date with changes to restrictions in the regularly updated Emergency Powers Regulations on the Government of Grenada website , Government Information Service Facebook page or Ministry of Health Facebook page.
    *Public places and services: Everyone must wear a face mask covering nose and mouth when out in public.
    Restrictions on social events for fully vaccinated individuals have been lifted. Weddings and funerals can host as many people as the venue allows. Venues hosting these events must be capable of 6ft. social distancing protocol.
    Only fully vaccinated customers are allowed to dine at restaurants.
    Businesses are allowed to be open as long as physical distancing of 6ft, hand sanitising, mask wearing and reduced customer capacity can be enforced. No visits are allowed to quarantine or isolation venues, prison detainees, or elderly nursing, care homes. Visitation is only allowed at hospitals by one next of kin. There are penalties for breaching the restrictions. You should keep up to date with changes to restrictions in the regularly updated Emergency Powers Regulations on the Government of Grenada website, Government Information Service Facebook page or Ministry of Health Facebook
    Accommodation: Most hotels have now re-opened in Grenada. The latest information is available from the Grenada Tourism Authority.
    *If you test positive for COVID-19, you must self-isolate at your hotel, home or other approved facility. You will be monitored until granted clearance by local health officials. If you receive a positive test, you will be contacted by the health authorities and provided with all the information on your status and the requirements for self-isolation.
    You are not allowed to leave your home or hotel while in self-isolation. If you are unable to stay in your hotel due to financial or other reasons you will be placed in a state approved and monitored facility. All transfers are conducted by health officials using strict infection prevention measures. All positive cases are treated similarly. Minors will be required to self-isolate even if travelling without parents. The guardian will self-isolate with the minor if required.

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    17.03.2022
  • Grenada Latest News:

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Grenada: Government of Grenada announced on 15 February with immediate effect that as an alternative to obtaining a negative COVID PCR test result within 3 days , arrivals can also obtain a negative antigen test within 1 day of travel. Travellers must also complete an online health declaration form before arrival. You will receive your approved health certificate automatically upon submission. On arrival you must present your health certificate, your negative PCR or antigen test result and your vaccination card. Full details are on the Ministry of health website.
    The ban on entry announced 26 Novemberfor persons with a travel history in the last 14 days to South Africa, Namibia, Zimbabwe, Botswana, Lesotho and Eswatini, has now been lifted. Only fully vaccinated visitors will be allowed entry into Grenada, with some exemptions. Refer to the exemption list for more details. Grenada Government announced in January 2022 that travellers recently infected with COVID may be allowed to enter Grenada with a positive COVID viral test on a sample taken no more than 90 days before arriving AND a letter from a licensed healthcare provider or health official stating you were cleared to travel AND a negative rapid antigen test taken no more than one (1) day before arrival. Full details are on the Ministry of Health website.
    These rules are subject to change and should be checked regularly. You should arrange to take a private test.
    If you arrive on a yacht you must pre-register with Sailclear. Yacht entry protocols are on the Ministry of Health website. Testing/screening and quarantine on arrival.
    Grenada Government announced that from 15 November you do not need to quarantine on arrival if you are fully vaccinated and arrive with a negative PCR test. You may be asked to undergo PCR testing on arrival at the airport as part of health screening on a case by case basis , which is free for those fully vaccinated – details are on the Ministry of Health website.
    *Demonstrating your COVID-19 status: Grenada will accept proof of COVID-19 recovery and vaccination record. Your appointment card from vaccination centres is not designed to be used as proof of vaccination and should not be used to demonstrate your vaccine status.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Grenada: Social distancing measures and wearing of facemasks is mandatory. Domestic travel between Grenada and Carriacou has resumed with options available 3 days a week by Osprey Lines ferry or SVG Air (Monday, Wednesday and Friday).
    The State of Emergency has been extended to May 2022. Local regulations are in place to limit the spread of COVID-19. On 7 December 2021 the curfew restricting freedom of movement was lifted. Government announced on 15 February that with immediate effect contact tracing is no longer being carried out by the Ministry of health. As a result, individuals are not required to sign in upon entry to business establishments and offices. Full details of regulations can be found on the Government of Grenada website, Government Information Service Facebook page or Ministry of Health Facebook
    page.
    Mandatory face covering in all public spaces including on public transport, sanitising protocols, physical distancing and no eating or drinking on public transport remain in effect. Anyone with flu like symptoms must inform a local police station, any medical station, or the COVID-19 hotline numbers which are 538 4787, 458 4787 or 438-4787 in Grenada and 423-2812 or 423-2813 in Carriacou and Petite Martinique.
    The Government of Grenada will prosecute persons who breach the COVID-19 regulations, including persons who break quarantine. You should keep up to date with changes to restrictions in the regularly updated Emergency Powers Regulations on the Government of Grenada website, Government Information Service Facebook page or Ministry of Health Facebook page..
    *Public places and services: Everyone must wear a face mask covering nose and mouth when out in public. A maximum of 75 individuals are now allowed to attend private gatherings. Weddings and funerals can host as many persons as the venue allows. Venues hosting these events must be capable of 6 ft. social distancing protocol. Only fully vaccinated customers allowed to dine at restaurants.
    The restrictions on beach and river use have been removed. Businesses are allowed to be open as long as physical distancing of 6 ft, hand sanitising, mask wearing and reduced customer capacity can be enforced. No visits are allowed to quarantine or isolation venues, prison detainees, or elderly nursing, care homes. Visitation is only allowed at hospitals by one next of kin. There are penalties for breaching the restrictions. You should keep up to date with changes to restrictions in the regularly updated Emergency Powers Regulations on the Government of Grenada website
    , Government Information Service Facebook page or Ministry of Health Facebook
    page.
    *Accommodation: Most hotels have now re-opened in Grenada. The latest information is available from the Grenada Tourism Authority.

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    18.02.2022
  • Grenada Latest News:

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Grenada: The ban on entry announced 26 Novemberfor persons with a travel history in the last 14 days to South Africa, Namibia, Zimbabwe, Botswana, Lesotho and Eswatini, has now been lifted.
    Only fully vaccinated visitors will be allowed entry into Grenada, with some exemptions. Refer to the exemption list for more details.
    Arrivals must obtain a negative COVID PCR test result within 3 days of travel and then complete an online health declaration. You will receive your certificate automatically upon submission. On arrival you must present your health declaration certificate, your negative PCR test result and your vaccination card.
    Grenada Government announced in January 2022 that travellers recently infected with COVID may be allowed to enter Grenada with a positive COVID viral test on a sample taken no more than 90 days before arriving AND a letter from a licensed healthcare provider or health official stating you were cleared to travel AND a negative rapid antigen test taken no more than one (1) day before arrival. Full details are on the Ministry of Health website.
    These rules are subject to change and should be checked regularly. YYou should arrange to take a private test.
    If you arrive on a yacht you must pre-register with Sailclear. Yacht entry protocols are on the Ministry of Health website.
    Testing/screening and quarantine on arrival: Grenada Government announced that from 15 November you do not need to quarantine on arrival if you are fully vaccinated and arrive with a negative PCR test. You may be asked to undergo PCR testing on arrival at the airport as part of health screening on a case by case basis , which is free for those fully vaccinated – details are on the Ministry of Health website .
    *Demonstrating your COVID-19 status: Grenada will accept the proof of COVID-19 recovery and vaccination record. Your appointment card from vaccination centres is not designed to be used as proof of vaccination and should not be used to demonstrate your vaccine status.

    Internal Restrictions:

    *Travel in Grenada: Social distancing measures and wearing of facemasks is mandatory. Domestic travel between Grenada and Carriacou has resumed with options available 3 days a week by Osprey Lines ferry or SVG Air (Monday, Wednesday and Friday).
    The State of Emergency has been extended to May 2022. Local regulations are in place to limit the spread of COVID-19. On 7 December 2021 the curfew restricting freedom of movement was lifted. Full details of regulations can be found on the Government of Grenada website, Government Information Service Facebook page or Ministry of Health Facebook page.
    Mandatory face covering in all public spaces including on public transport, sanitising protocols, physical distancing and no eating or drinking on public transport remain in effect.
    Anyone with flu like symptoms must inform a local police station, any medical station, or the COVID-19 hotline numbers which are 538 4787, 458 4787 or 438-4787 in Grenada and 423-2812 or 423-2813 in Carriacou and Petite Martinique.
    The Government of Grenada will prosecute persons who breach the COVID-19 regulations, including persons who break quarantine. You should keep up to date with changes to restrictions in the regularly updated Emergency Powers Regulations on the Government of Grenada website, Government Information Service Facebook page or Ministry of Health Facebook page.
    *Public places and services: Everyone must wear a face mask covering nose and mouth when out in public.
    A maximum of 75 individuals are now allowed to attend private gatherings. Weddings and funerals can host as many persons as the venue allows. Venues hosting these events must be capable of 6 ft. social distancing protocol. Only fully vaccinated customers allowed to dine at restaurants.
    The restrictions on beach and river use have been removed. Businesses are allowed to be open as long as physical distancing of 6 ft, hand sanitising, mask wearing and reduced customer capacity can be enforced. No visits are allowed to quarantine or isolation venues, prison detainees, or elderly nursing, care homes. Visitation is only allowed at hospitals by one next of kin. There are penalties for breaching the restrictions. You should keep up to date with changes to restrictions in the regularly updated Emergency Powers Regulations on the Government of Grenada website, Government Information Service Facebook page< /a> or Ministry of Health Facebook
    *Accommodation: Most hotels have now re-opened in Grenada. The latest information is available from the Grenada Tourism Authority.
    *If you test positive for COVID-19, you must self-isolate at your hotel, home or other approved facility. You will be monitored until granted clearance by local health officials. If you receive a positive test, you will be contacted by the health authorities and provided with all the information on your status and the requirements for self-isolation.
    You are not allowed to leave your home or hotel while in self-isolation. If you are unable to stay in your hotel due to financial or other reasons you will be placed in a state approved and monitored facility. All transfers are conducted by health officials using strict infection prevention measures. All positive cases are treated similarly. Minors will be required to self-isolate even if travelling without parents. The guardian will self-isolate with the minor if required.

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    02.02.2022
  • Grenada Latest News:

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Grenada: On 26 November, the Government announced that with immediate effect persons with a travel history in the last 14 days to South Africa, Namibia, Zimbabwe, Botswana, Lesotho and Eswatini will not be allowed into Grenada.
    Only fully vaccinated visitors will be allowed entry into Grenada, with some exemptions. Refer to the exemption list for more details.
    Arrivals must obtain a negative COVID PCR test result within 3 days of travel and then complete an online health declaration. You will receive your certificate automatically upon submission. On arrival you must present your health declaration certificate, your negative PCR test result and your vaccination card.
    Grenada Government announced in January 2022 that travellers recently infected with COVID may be allowed to enter Grenada with a positive COVID viral test on a sample taken no more than 90 days before arriving AND a letter from a licensed healthcare provider or health official stating you were cleared to travel AND a negative rapid antigen test taken no more than one (1) day before arrival. Full details are on the Ministry of Health website.
    You should arrange to take a private test.
    If you arrive on a yacht you must pre-register with Sailclear. Yacht entry protocols are on the Ministry of Health website.
    *Testing/screening and quarantine on arrival: Grenada Government announced that from 15 November you do not need to quarantine on arrival if you are fully vaccinated and arrive with a negative PCR test. Grenada has introduced PCR testing at the airport for all arrivals, which is be free for those fully vaccinated – details are on the Ministry of Health website.
    *Demonstrating your COVID-19 status: Grenada will accept the proof of COVID-19 recovery and vaccination record. Your appointment card from vaccination centres is not designed to be used as proof of vaccination and should not be used to demonstrate your vaccine status.

    Internal Restrictions:

    *Travel in Grenada: Social distancing measures and wearing of facemasks is mandatory. Domestic travel between Grenada and Carriacou has resumed with options available 3 days a week by Osprey Lines ferry or SVG Air (Monday, Wednesday and Friday). GIS Facebook page.
    Mandatory face covering in all public spaces including on public transport, sanitising protocols, physical distancing and no eating or drinking on public transport remain in effect.
    Anyone with flu like symptoms must notify the police. Details can be found in press releases with regular updates on Government Information Service Facebook page
    or Ministry of Health Facebook page.
    The Government of Grenada will prosecute persons who breach the COVID-19 regulations, including persons who break quarantine. You should keep up to date with changes to restrictions in the regularly updated Emergency Powers Regulations on the Government of Grenada website
    , Government Information Service Facebook page or Ministry of Health Facebook page.
    *Public places and services: Everyone must wear a face mask covering nose and mouth when out in public.
    A maximum of 75 individuals are now allowed to attend private gatherings. Weddings and funerals can host as many persons as the venue allows. Venues hosting these events must be capable of 6 ft. social distancing protocol.
    Only fully vaccinated customers allowed to dine at restaurants.
    The restrictions on beach and river use have been removed. Businesses are allowed to be open as long as physical distancing of 6 ft, hand sanitising, mask wearing and reduced customer capacity can be enforced. No visits are allowed to quarantine or isolation venues, prison detainees, or elderly nursing, care homes. Visitation is now allowed at hospitals for no more than one family member daily. There are penalties for breaching the restrictions. You should keep up to date with changes to restrictions in the regularly updated Emergency Powers Regulations on the Government of Grenada website, Government Information Service Facebook page < /a> or Ministry of Health Facebook
    *Accommodation: Most hotels have now re-opened in Grenada. The latest information is available from the Grenada Tourism Authority.
    *If you test positive for COVID-19, you must self-isolate at your hotel, home or other approved facility. You will be monitored until granted clearance by local health officials. If you receive a positive test, you will be contacted by the health authorities and provided with all the information on your status and the requirements for self-isolation.
    You are not allowed to leave your home or hotel while in self-isolation. If you are unable to stay in your hotel due to financial or other reasons you will be placed in a state approved and monitored facility. All transfers are conducted by health officials using strict infection prevention measures. All positive cases are treated similarly. Minors will be required to self-isolate even if travelling without parents. The guardian will self-isolate with the minor if required.

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    19.01.2022
  • Grenada Latest News:

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Grenada: On 26 November, the Government announced that with immediate effect persons with a travel history in the last 14 days to South Africa, Namibia, Zimbabwe, Botswana, Lesotho and Eswatini will not be allowed into Grenada.
    Only fully vaccinated visitors will be allowed entry into Grenada, with some exemptions. Refer to the exemption list for more details.
    Arrivals must obtain a negative COVID PCR test result within 3 days of travel and then complete an online health declaration. You will receive your certificate automatically upon submission. On arrival you must present your health declaration certificate, your negative PCR test result and your vaccination card.
    Grenada Government announced in January 2022 that travellers recently infected with COVID may be allowed to enter Grenada with a positive COVID viral test on a sample taken no more than 90 days before arriving AND a letter from a licensed healthcare provider or health official stating you were cleared to travel AND a negative rapid antigen test taken no more than one (1) day before arrival. Full details are on the Ministry of Health website.
    You should arrange to take a private test.
    If you arrive on a yacht you must pre-register with Sailclear. Yacht entry protocols are on the Ministry of Health website.
    *Testing/screening and quarantine on arrival: Grenada Government announced that from 15 November you do not need to quarantine on arrival if you are fully vaccinated and arrive with a negative PCR test. Grenada has introduced PCR testing at the airport for all arrivals, which is be free for those fully vaccinated – details are on the Ministry of Health website.
    *Demonstrating your COVID-19 status: Grenada will accept the proof of COVID-19 recovery and vaccination record. Your appointment card from vaccination centres is not designed to be used as proof of vaccination and should not be used to demonstrate your vaccine status.

    Internal Restrictions:

    *Travel in Grenada: Social distancing measures and wearing of facemasks is mandatory. Domestic travel between Grenada and Carriacou has resumed with options available 3 days a week by Osprey Lines ferry or SVG Air (Monday, Wednesday and Friday).
    The State of Emergency has been extended to May 2022. Local regulations are in place to limit the spread of COVID-19. On 7 December 2021 the curfew restricting freedom of movement was lifted. Full details of regulations can be found on the GIS Facebook page.
    Mandatory face covering in all public spaces including on public transport, sanitising protocols, physical distancing and no eating or drinking on public transport remain in effect.
    Anyone with flu like symptoms must notify the police. Details can be found in press releases with regular updates on Government Information Service Facebook page or Ministry of Health Facebook page.
    The Government of Grenada will prosecute persons who breach the COVID-19 regulations, including persons who break quarantine. You should keep up to date with changes to restrictions in the regularly updated Emergency Powers Regulations on the Government of Grenada website, Government Information Service Facebook page or Ministry of Health Facebook page.
    *Public places and services: Everyone must wear a face mask covering nose and mouth when out in public.
    A maximum of 75 individuals are now allowed to attend private gatherings. Weddings and funerals can host as many persons as the venue allows. Venues hosting these events must be capable of 6 ft. social distancing protocol.
    Only fully vaccinated customers allowed to dine at restaurants.
    The restrictions on beach and river use have been removed. Businesses are allowed to be open as long as physical distancing of 6 ft, hand sanitising, mask wearing and reduced customer capacity can be enforced. No visits are allowed to quarantine or isolation venues, prison detainees, or elderly nursing, care homes. Visitation is now allowed at hospitals for no more than one family member daily. There are penalties for breaching the restrictions. You should keep up to date with changes to restrictions in the regularly updated Emergency Powers Regulations on the Government of Grenada website, Government Information Service Facebook page or Ministry of Health Facebook
    *Accommodation: Most hotels have now re-opened in Grenada. The latest information is available from the Grenada Tourism Authority.
    *If you test positive for COVID-19, you must self-isolate at your hotel, home or other approved facility. You will be monitored until granted clearance by local health officials. If you receive a positive test, you will be contacted by the health authorities and provided with all the information on your status and the requirements for self-isolation.
    You are not allowed to leave your home or hotel while in self-isolation. If you are unable to stay in your hotel due to financial or other reasons you will be placed in a state approved and monitored facility. All transfers are conducted by health officials using strict infection prevention measures. All positive cases are treated similarly. Minors will be required to self-isolate even if travelling without parents. The guardian will self-isolate with the minor if required.

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    18.01.2022
  • Grenada Latest News:

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Grenada: Grenada Government announced that from 15 November you do not need to quarantine on arrival if you are fully vaccinated and arrive with a negative PCR test On 26 November, the Government announced that with immediate effect persons with a travel history in the last 14 days to South Africa, Namibia, Zimbabwe, Botswana, Lesotho and Eswatini will not be allowed into Grenada.
    Only fully vaccinated visitors will be allowed entry into Grenada, with some exemptions. Refer to the exemption list for more details.
    Arrivals must obtain a negative COVID PCR test result within 3 days of travel and then complete an online health declaration. You will receive your certificate automatically upon submission. On arrival you must present your health declaration certificate, your negative PCR test result and your vaccination card. Grenada is introducing PCR testing for all arrivals, which will be free for those fully vaccinated – once confirmed the details will be on the Ministry of Health website. These rules are subject to change and should be checked regularly. You should arrange to take a private test.
    If you arrive on a yacht you must pre-register with Sailclear. Yacht entry protocols are on the Ministry of Health website .
    *Testing/screening and quarantine on arrival: All arrivals need to comply with the regularly updated entry health protocols including testing. Full details are available on the Ministry of Health website.
    *Demonstrating your COVID-19 status: Grenada will accept the proof of COVID-19 recovery and vaccination record. Your appointment card from vaccination centres is not designed to be used as proof of vaccination and should not be used to demonstrate your vaccine status.

    Internal Restrictions:

    *Travel in Grenada: Social distancing measures and wearing of facemasks is mandatory. Domestic travel between Grenada and Carriacou has resumed with options available 3 days a week (Monday, Wednesday and Friday).
    The State of Emergency has been extended to May 2022. Local regulations are in place to limit the spread of COVID-19. On 7 December 2021 the curfew restricting freedom of movement was lifted. Full details of regulations can be found on the GIS Facebook page .
    Mandatory face covering in all public spaces including on public transport, sanitising protocols, physical distancing and no eating or drinking on public transport remain in effect. Anyone with flu like symptoms must notify the police. Details can be found in press releases with regular updates on Government Information Service Facebook page or Ministry of Health Facebook page.
    The Government of Grenada will prosecute persons who breach the COVID-19 regulations, including persons who break quarantine. You should keep up to date with changes to restrictions in the regularly updated Emergency Powers Regulations on the Government of Grenada websiteGovernment Information Service Facebook page or Ministry of Health Facebook Only fully vaccinated customers allowed to dine at restaurants.
    The restrictions on beach and river use have been removed. Businesses are allowed to be open as long as physical distancing of 6 ft, hand sanitising, mask wearing and reduced customer capacity can be enforced. No visits are allowed to quarantine or isolation venues, prison detainees, or elderly nursing, care homes. Visitation is now allowed at hospitals for no more than one family member daily. There are penalties for breaching the restrictions. You should keep up to date with changes to restrictions in the regularly updated Emergency Powers Regulations on the Government of Grenada websiteGovernment Information Service Facebook page Ministry of Health FacebookGrenada Tourism Authority

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    14.12.2021
  • Grenada Latest News:

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Grenada: On 26 November, the government announced that with immediate effect persons with a travel history in the last 14 days to South Africa, Namibia, Zimbabwe, Botswana, Lesotho and Eswatini will not be allowed into Grenada. Only fully vaccinated visitors will be allowed entry into Grenada, with some exemptions. Refer to the exemption list for more details.
    Arrivals must obtain a negative COVID PCR test result within 3 days of travel and then complete an online health declaration. You will receive your certificate automatically upon submission. On arrival you must present your health declaration certificate, your negative PCR test result and your vaccination card. The full details are on the Ministry of Health website. These rules are subject to change and should be checked regularly. You should arrange to take a private test. If you arrive on a yacht you must pre-register with Sailclear. Yacht entry protocols are on the Ministry of Health website.
    *Testing/screening and quarantine on arrival: All arrivals need to comply with the regularly updated entry health protocols including testing. Full details are available on the Ministry of Health website.
    *Demonstrating your COVID-19 status: Grenada will accept the proof of COVID-19 recovery and vaccination record. Your appointment card from vaccination centres is not designed to be used as proof of vaccination and should not be used to demonstrate your vaccine status.

    Internal Restrictions:

    *Travel in Grenada: Social distancing measures and wearing of facemasks is mandatory. Domestic travel between Grenada and Carriacou has resumed with options available 3 days a week (Monday, Wednesday and Friday).
    The State of Emergency has been extended to May 2022. Local regulations are in place to limit the spread of COVID-19. On 7 December 2021 the curfew restricting freedom of movement was lifted. Full details of regulations can be found on the GIS Facebook page.
    A maximum of 75 individuals are now allowed to attend private gatherings. Weddings and funerals can host as many persons as the venue allows. Venues hosting these events must be capable of 6 ft. social distancing protocol.
    Mandatory face covering in all public spaces, sanitising protocols, physical distancing, and no eating or drinking on public transport remain in effect. No physical spectators allowed at sporting events and artistic activities and only fully vaccinated customers allowed to dine at restaurants.
    No visits are allowed to places of quarantine or self-isolation, to see prison detainees, nor to elderly nursing, care homes. Visitation is now allowed at hospitals but at the discretion of management. Anyone with flu like symptoms must notify the police. Details can be found in press releases with regular updates on Government Information Service Facebook page orMinistry of Health Facebook page.
    The Government of Grenada will prosecute persons who breach the COVID-19 regulations, including persons who break quarantine. You should keep up to date with changes to restrictions in the regularly updated Emergency Powers Regulations on the Government of Grenada website, Government Information Service Facebook page or Ministry of Health Facebook page.
    *Public places and services: The restrictions on beach and river use have been removed. Individuals are allowed access for the purpose of exercise and swimming only. Businesses are allowed to be open at the discretion of management and are subject to physical distancing of 6 ft, hand-sanitising and wearing facemasks, booking appointments and reduced customer capacity. There is a ban on eating and drinking on public transport. No visits are allowed to quarantine or isolation venues, prison detainees, or elderly nursing, care homes. Everyone must wear a face mask covering nose and mouth when out in public.
    There are penalties for breaching the restrictions. You should keep up to date with changes to restrictions in the regularly updated Emergency Powers Regulations on the Government of Grenada website , Government Information Service Facebook page or Ministry of Health Facebook
    *Accommodation: Most hotels have now re-opened in Grenada. The latest information is available from the Grenada Tourism Authority .
    *If you test positive for COVID-19, you must self-isolate at your hotel, home or other approved facility. You will be monitored until granted clearance by local health officials. If you receive a positive test, you will be contacted by the health authorities and provided with all the information on your status and the requirements for self-isolation.
    You are not allowed to leave your hotel while in self-isolation. If you are unable to stay in your hotel due to financial or other reasons you will be placed in a state approved and monitored facility. All transfers are conducted by health officials using strict infection prevention measures. All positive cases are treated similarly. Minors will be required to self-isolate even if travelling without parents. The guardian will self-isolate with the minor if required.

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    09.12.2021
  • Grenada Latest News:

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Grenada: On 26 November, the government announced that with immediate effect persons with a travel history in the last 14 days to South Africa, Namibia, Zimbabwe, Botswana, Lesotho and Eswatini will not be allowed into Grenada.
    Only fully vaccinated visitors will be allowed entry into Grenada, with some exemptions. Refer to the exemption list for more details.
    Arrivals must complete an online health declaration, and obtain a negative COVID PCR test result within 3 days of travel. On arrival you must present your health declaration certificate, your negative PCR test result and your vaccination card. The full details are on the Ministry of Health website. These rules are subject to change and should be checked regularly. You should arrange to take a private test.
    If you arrive on a yacht you must pre-register with Sailclear. Yacht entry protocols are on the Ministry of Health website.
    *Testing/screening and quarantine on arrival: All arrivals need to comply with the regularly updated entry health protocols including testing. Full details are available on the Ministry of Health website.
    *Demonstrating your COVID-19 status: Grenada will accept the proof of COVID-19 recovery and vaccination record. Your appointment card from vaccination centres is not designed to be used as proof of vaccination and should not be used to demonstrate your vaccine status.

    Internal Restrictions:

    *Travel in Grenada: Social distancing measures and wearing of facemasks is mandatory. Domestic travel between Grenada and Carriacou has resumed with options available 3 days a week (Monday, Wednesday and Friday).
    The State of Emergency has been extended to May 2022. Local regulations are in place to limit the spread of COVID-19. These were amended to take effect from 5 November and include a reduced curfew restricting freedom of movement from 12 midnight to 4am. Full details are found on the Emergency Powers Regulations accessible on the GIS Facebook page
    A maximum of 75 individuals are now allowed to attend private gatherings. Weddings and funerals can host as many persons as the venue allows. Venues hosting these events must be capable of 6 ft. social distancing protocol.
    Mandatory face covering in all public spaces, sanitising protocols, physical distancing, and no eating or drinking on public transport remain in effect. No physical spectators allowed at sporting events and artistic activities and only fully vaccinated customers allowed to dine at restaurants.
    No visits are allowed to places of quarantine or self-isolation, to see prison detainees, nor to elderly nursing, care homes. Visitation is now allowed at hospitals but at the discretion of management. Anyone with flu like symptoms must notify the police. Details can be found in press releases with regular updates on Government Information Service Facebook page or Ministry of Health Facebook page.
    The Government of Grenada will prosecute persons who breach the COVID-19 regulations, including persons who break quarantine. You should keep up to date with changes to restrictions in the regularly updated Emergency Powers Regulations on the Government of Grenada website, Government Information Service Facebook page or Ministry of Health Facebook page.
    *Public places and services: The restrictions on beach and river use have been removed. Individuals are allowed access for the purpose of exercise and swimming only. Businesses are allowed to be open at the discretion of management with consideration for the curfew hours but subject to physical distancing of 6 ft, hand-sanitising and wearing facemasks, booking appointments and reduced customer capacity. There is a ban on eating and drinking on public transport. No visits are allowed to quarantine or isolation venues, prison detainees, or elderly nursing, care homes. Everyone must wear a face mask covering nose and mouth when out in public.
    There are penalties for breaching the restrictions. You should keep up to date with changes to restrictions in the regularly updated Emergency Powers Regulations on the Government of Grenada website, Government Information Service Facebook page or Ministry of Health Facebook
    *Accommodation: Most hotels have now re-opened in Grenada. The latest information is available from the Grenada Tourism Authority.
    If you test positive for COVID-19, you must self-isolate at your hotel, home or other approved facility. You will be monitored until granted clearance by local health officials. If you receive a positive test, you will be contacted by the health authorities and provided with all the information on your status and the requirements for self-isolation.
    You are not allowed to leave your hotel while in self-isolation. If you are unable to stay in your hotel due to financial or other reasons you will be placed in a state approved and monitored facility. All transfers are conducted by health officials using strict infection prevention measures. All positive cases are treated similarly. Minors will be required to self-isolate even if travelling without parents. The guardian will self-isolate with the minor if required.

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    29.11.2021
  • Grenada Latest News:

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Grenada: Effective 31 July only fully vaccinated visitors will be allowed entry into Grenada with some exemptions. Please refer to the exemption list for more details.
    The Government of Grenada’s entry health protocols mean that all travellers must, pre-pay for COVID test and obtain a negative COVID PCR test result within 3 days of travel. Link to full details is on Ministry of Health website. These rules are subject to change and should be checked regularly. You should arrange to take a private test.
    If you arrive on a yacht you must pre-register with Sailclear. Yacht entry protocols are on the Ministry of Health website.
    *Testing/screening and quarantine on arrival: All arrivals need to comply with the regularly updated entry health protocols including testing. Full details are available on the Ministry of Health website.
    *Demonstrating your COVID-19 status: Grenada will accept the proof of COVID-19 recovery and vaccination record. Your appointment card from vaccination centres is not designed to be used as proof of vaccination and should not be used to demonstrate your vaccine status.

    Internal Restrictions:

    *Travel in Grenada: Social distancing measures and wearing of facemasks is mandatory. Domestic travel between Grenada and Carriacou has resumed with options available 3 days a week (Monday, Wednesday and Friday).
    The State of Emergency has been extended to May 2022. Local regulations are in place to limit the spread of COVID-19. These were amended to take effect from 5 November and include a reduced curfew restricting freedom of movement from 12 midnight to 4am. Full details are found on the Emergency Powers Regulations accessible on the GIS Facebook page
    A maximum of 75 individuals are now allowed to attend private gatherings. Weddings and funerals can host as many persons as the venue allows. Venues hosting these events must be capable of 6 ft. social distancing protocol.
    Mandatory face covering in all public spaces, sanitising protocols, physical distancing, and no eating or drinking on public transport remain in effect. No physical spectators allowed at sporting events and artistic activities and only fully vaccinated customers allowed to dine at restaurants.
    No visits are allowed to places of quarantine or self-isolation, to see prison detainees, nor to elderly nursing, care homes. Visitation is now allowed at hospitals but at the discretion of management. Anyone with flu like symptoms must notify the police. Details can be found in press releases with regular updates on Government Information Service Facebook page or Ministry of Health Facebook page.
    The Government of Grenada will prosecute persons who breach the COVID-19 regulations, including persons who break quarantine. You should keep up to date with changes to restrictions in the regularly updated Emergency Powers Regulations on the Government of Grenada website, Government Information Service Facebook page or Ministry of Health Facebook page.
    *Public places and services: The restrictions on beach and river use have been removed. Individuals are allowed access for the purpose of exercise and swimming only. Businesses are allowed to be open at the discretion of management with consideration for the curfew hours but subject to physical distancing of 6 ft, hand-sanitising and wearing facemasks, booking appointments and reduced customer capacity. There is a ban on eating and drinking on public transport. No visits are allowed to quarantine or isolation venues, prison detainees, or elderly nursing, care homes. Everyone must wear a face mask covering nose and mouth when out in public.
    There are penalties for breaching the restrictions. You should keep up to date with changes to restrictions in the regularly updated Emergency Powers Regulations on the Government of Grenada website, Government Information Service Facebook page or Ministry of Health Facebook
    *Accommodation: Most hotels have now re-opened in Grenada. The latest information is available from the Grenada Tourism Authority.
    If you test positive for COVID-19, you must self-isolate at your hotel, home or other approved facility. You will be monitored until granted clearance by local health officials. If you receive a positive test, you will be contacted by the health authorities and provided with all the information on your status and the requirements for self-isolation.
    You are not allowed to leave your hotel while in self-isolation. If you are unable to stay in your hotel due to financial or other reasons you will be placed in a state approved and monitored facility. All transfers are conducted by health officials using strict infection prevention measures. All positive cases are treated similarly. Minors will be required to self-isolate even if travelling without parents. The guardian will self-isolate with the minor if required.

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    19.11.2021
  • Grenada Latest News:

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Grenada: Effective 31 July only fully vaccinated visitors will be allowed entry into Grenada with some exemptions. Please refer to the exemption list here for more details. Persons providing proof of full vaccination will only be required to quarantine for up to 48 hours, pending a negative result from a PCR test, administered on entry, and paid in advance. One is considered fully vaccinated two weeks after their second dose of a two-dose vaccine or two weeks after a one-dose vaccine. Children 13 years and under, traveling with their vaccinated parents/guardians, can quarantine with them for up to 48 hours. Unvaccinated minors between 14 and 18 years old can travel to Grenada with their vaccinated guardians. The entire travel party will be treated as unvaccinated and required to quarantine for up to 7 days.
    The Government of Grenada’s entry health protocols mean that all travellers must pre-book approved accommodation for quarantine on arrival, pre-pay for COVID test, apply for a Pure Safe Travel Certificate and obtain a negative COVID PCR test result within 3 days of travel. Link to full details is on Ministry of Health website. These rules are subject to change and should be checked regularly.You should arrange to take a private test.
    If you arrive on a yacht you must pre-register with Sailclear and complete quarantine on your yacht before being allowed to enter the country. Yacht entry protocols are on the Ministry of Health website.
    *Testing/screening and quarantine on arrival: All arrivals need to comply with the regularly updated entry health protocols including testing and quarantine. Full details are available on the Ministry of Health website.
    *Demonstrating your COVID-19 vaccination status: Your appointment card from vaccination centres is not designed to be used as proof of vaccination and should not be used to demonstrate your vaccine status.

    Internal Restrictions:

    *Travel in Grenada: Social distancing measures and wearing of facemasks is mandatory. Domestic travel between Grenada and Carriacou has resumed with options available 3 days a week (Monday, Wednesday and Friday).
    The State of Emergency has been extended to May 2022. Local regulations are in place to limit the spread of COVID-19. These were amended to take effect from 5 November and include a reduced curfew restricting freedom of movement from 12 midnight to 4am. Full details are found on the Emergency Powers Regulations accessible on the GIS Facebook page
    A maximum of 75 individuals are now allowed to attend private gatherings. Weddings and funerals can host as many persons as the venue allows. Venues hosting these events must be capable of 6 ft. social distancing protocol.
    Mandatory face covering in all public spaces, sanitising protocols, physical distancing, and no eating or drinking on public transport remain in effect. No physical spectators allowed at sporting events and artistic activities and only fully vaccinated customers allowed to dine at restaurants.
    No visits are allowed to places of quarantine or self-isolation, to see prison detainees, nor to elderly nursing, care homes. Visitation is now allowed at hospitals but at the discretion of management. Anyone with flu like symptoms must notify the police. Details can be found in press releases with regular updates on Government Information Service Facebook page or Ministry of Health Facebook page.
    The Government of Grenada will prosecute persons who breach the COVID-19 regulations, including persons who break quarantine. You should keep up to date with changes to restrictions in the regularly updated Emergency Powers Regulations on the Government of Grenada website, Government Information Service Facebook page or Ministry of Health Facebook page.
    *Public places and services: The restrictions on beach and river use have been removed. Individuals are allowed access for the purpose of exercise and swimming only. Businesses are allowed to be open at the discretion of management with consideration for the curfew hours but subject to physical distancing of 6 ft, hand-sanitising and wearing facemasks, booking appointments and reduced customer capacity. There is a ban on eating and drinking on public transport. No visits are allowed to quarantine or isolation venues, prison detainees, or elderly nursing, care homes. Everyone must wear a face mask covering nose and mouth when out in public.
    There are penalties for breaching the restrictions. You should keep up to date with changes to restrictions in the regularly updated Emergency Powers Regulations on the Government of Grenada website, Government Information Service Facebook page or Ministry of Health Facebook
    *Accommodation: Most hotels have now re-opened in Grenada. The latest information is available from the Grenada Tourism Authority.
    If you test positive for COVID-19, you must self-isolate at your hotel, home or other approved facility. You will be monitored until granted clearance by local health officials. If you receive a positive test, you will be contacted by the health authorities and provided with all the information on your status and the requirements for self-isolation.
    You are not allowed to leave your hotel while in self-isolation. If you are unable to stay in your hotel due to financial or other reasons you will be placed in a state approved and monitored facility. All transfers are conducted by health officials using strict infection prevention measures. All positive cases are treated similarly. Minors will be required to self-isolate even if travelling without parents. The guardian will self-isolate with the minor if required.

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    05.11.2021
  • Grenada Latest News:

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Grenada: Effective 31 July only fully vaccinated visitors will be allowed entry into Grenada with some exemptions. Please refer to the exemption list here for more details. Persons providing proof of full vaccination will only be required to quarantine for up to 48 hours, pending a negative result from a PCR test, administered on entry, and paid in advance. One is considered fully vaccinated two weeks after their second dose of a two-dose vaccine or two weeks after a one-dose vaccine. Children 13 years and under, traveling with their vaccinated parents/guardians, can quarantine with them for up to 48 hours. Unvaccinated minors between 14 and 18 years old can travel to Grenada with their vaccinated guardians. The entire travel party will be treated as unvaccinated and required to quarantine for up to 7 days.
    The Government of Grenada’s entry health protocols mean that all travellers must pre-book approved accommodation for quarantine on arrival, pre-pay for COVID test, apply for a Pure Safe Travel Certificate and obtain a negative COVID PCR test result within 3 days of travel. Link to full details is on Ministry of Health website. These rules are subject to change and should be checked regularly.You should arrange to take a private test.
    If you arrive on a yacht you must pre-register with Sailclear and complete quarantine on your yacht before being allowed to enter the country. Yacht entry protocols are on the Ministry of Health website.
    *Testing/screening and quarantine on arrival: All arrivals need to comply with the regularly updated entry health protocols including testing and quarantine. Full details are available on the Ministry of Health website.
    *Demonstrating your COVID-19 vaccination status: Your appointment card from vaccination centres is not designed to be used as proof of vaccination and should not be used to demonstrate your vaccine status.

    Internal Restrictions:

    *Travel in Grenada: Social distancing measures and wearing of facemasks is mandatory. Domestic travel between Grenada and Carriacou has resumed with options available 3 days a week (Monday, Wednesday and Friday).
    The State of Emergency has been extended to November 2021. Local regulations are in place to limit the spread of COVID-19. These were amended to take effect from 27 October until 9 November. They include a reduced curfew restricting freedom of movement from 9pm to 4am removal of restrictions on beach and river use and removal of restrictions on business operating hours. Charter businesses within the marine sector, cinemas and call centres to resume services in line with Government’s vaccination policy (section 10 of the Emergency Powers Regulations accessible on the
    GIS Facebook page). Sporting and artistic activities to resume. Venues must be able to accommodate participants in compliance with the 6 ft. physical distancing protocol. No physical spectators allowed. Restaurants to allow in-dining services to fully vaccinated customers only.
    A maximum of 20 individuals are allowed to attend private gatherings, weddings and funerals. Venues hosting these events must be capable of 6 ft. social distancing protocol. Mandatory face covering in all public spaces, sanitising protocols, physical distancing, and no eating or drinking on public transport remain in effect. No visits are allowed to places of quarantine or self-isolation, to see prison detainees, nor to elderly nursing, care homes. Visitation is now allowed at hospitals but at the discretion of management. Anyone with flu like symptoms must notify the police. Details can be found in press releases with regular updates on GIS Facebook page
    or Ministry of Health Facebook page.
    The Government of Grenada will prosecute persons who breach the COVID-19 regulations, including persons who break quarantine. You should keep up to date with changes to restrictions in the regularly updated Emergency Powers Regulations on the Government of Grenada website
    Government Information Service Facebook page or Ministry of Health Facebook
    page.
    *Public places and services: The restrictions on beach and river use have been removed. Individuals are allowed access for the purpose of exercise and swimming only. Businesses are allowed to be open at the discretion of management with consideration for the curfew hours but subject to physical distancing of 6 ft, hand-sanitising and wearing facemasks, booking appointments and reduced customer capacity. There is a ban on eating and drinking on public transport. No visits are allowed to quarantine or isolation venues, prison detainees, or elderly nursing, care homes. Everyone must wear a face mask covering nose and mouth when out in public.
    There are penalties for breaching the restrictions. You should keep up to date with changes to restrictions in the regularly updated Emergency Powers Regulations on the Government of Grenada website
    , Government Information Service Facebook page
    or Ministry of Health Facebook
    *Accommodation: Most hotels have now re-opened in Grenada. The latest information is available from the Grenada Tourism Authority.
    *If you test positive for COVID-19, you must self-isolate at your hotel, home or other approved facility. You will be monitored until granted clearance by local health officials. If you receive a positive test, you will be contacted by the health authorities and provided with all the information on your status and the requirements for self-isolation.
    You are not allowed to leave your hotel while in self-isolation. If you are unable to stay in your hotel due to financial or other reasons you will be placed in a state approved and monitored facility. All transfers are conducted by health officials using strict infection prevention measures. All positive cases are treated similarly. Minors will be required to self-isolate even if travelling without parents. The guardian will self-isolate with the minor if required.

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    29.10.2021
  • Grenada Latest News:

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Grenada: Effective 31 July only fully vaccinated visitors will be allowed entry into Grenada with some exemptions. Please refer to the exemption list here for more details. Persons providing proof of full vaccination will only be required to quarantine for up to 48 hours, pending a negative result from a PCR test, administered on entry, and paid in advance. One is considered fully vaccinated two weeks after their second dose of a two-dose vaccine or two weeks after a one-dose vaccine. Children 13 years and under, traveling with their vaccinated parents/guardians, can quarantine with them for up to 48 hours. Unvaccinated minors between 14 and 18 years old can travel to Grenada with their vaccinated guardians. The entire travel party will be treated as unvaccinated and required to quarantine for up to 7 days.
    The Government of Grenada’s entry health protocols mean that all travellers must pre-book approved accommodation for quarantine on arrival, pre-pay for COVID test, apply for a Pure Safe Travel Certificate and obtain a negative COVID PCR test result within 3 days of travel. Link to full details is on Ministry of Health website. These rules are subject to change and should be checked regularly.You should arrange to take a private test.
    If you arrive on a yacht you must pre-register with Sailclear and complete quarantine on your yacht before being allowed to enter the country. Yacht entry protocols are on the Ministry of Health website.
    *Testing/screening and quarantine on arrival: All arrivals need to comply with the regularly updated entry health protocols including testing and quarantine. Full details are available on the Ministry of Health website.
    *Demonstrating your COVID-19 vaccination status: Your appointment card from vaccination centres is not designed to be used as proof of vaccination and should not be used to demonstrate your vaccine status.

    Internal Restrictions:

    *Travel in Grenada: Social distancing measures and wearing of facemasks is mandatory. Domestic travel between Grenada and Carriacou has been suspended with a few exceptions (freight, essential trade and for travel outside of the jurisdiction).
    The State of Emergency has been extended to November 2021. Local regulations are in place to limit the spread of COVID-19. These were amended on 3 September to extend the curfew restricting freedom of movement from 7pm to 5am, suspend travel between Grenada and Carriacou, close all day-care centres and restrict beach and river use to the period of 5am to 1pm daily. Additionally, no movement weekends will be in effect from 5pm Friday 24 September to 5am Monday 27 September and again from 5pm Friday 1 October to 5am Monday 4 October. Exceptions will be made for individuals who need to be tested or vaccinated for covid-19 and for individuals who have received written authorization for movement from the police.
    Social gatherings including weddings and funerals have been suspended until further notice. Mandatory face covering in all public spaces, physical distancing, and no eating or drinking on public transport remain in effect. Most businesses are allowed to operate within the hours of 6am to 5pm.
    No visits are allowed to places of quarantine or self-isolation, to see prison detainees, nor to elderly nursing, care homes and hospitals. Anyone with flu like symptoms must notify the police. Details can be found in press releases with regular updates on GIS Facebook page or Ministry of Health Facebook page.
    The Government of Grenada will prosecute persons who breach the COVID-19 regulations, including persons who break quarantine. You should keep up to date with changes to restrictions in the regularly updated Emergency Powers Regulations on the
    Government of Grenada website,
    Government Information Service Facebook page or Ministry of Health Facebook page.
    *Public places and services: Beaches and rivers are open between the hours of 5am to 10am daily. Essential businesses are open to 5pm but subject to physical distancing of 6 ft, hand-sanitising and wearing facemasks. Social gatherings, weddings and funerals are prohibited until further notice. There is a ban on eating and drinking on public transport. No visits are allowed to quarantine or isolation venues, prison detainees, or elderly nursing, care homes or hospitals. Everyone must wear a face mask covering nose and mouth when out in public.
    There are penalties for breaching the restrictions. You should keep up to date with changes to restrictions in the regularly updated Emergency Powers Regulations on the
    Government of Grenada website,
    Government Information Service Facebook page or Ministry of Health Facebook.
    *Accommodation: Most hotels have now re-opened in Grenada. The latest information is available from the
    Grenada Tourism Authority.

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    21.09.2021
  • Grenada Latest News:

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Grenada: Effective 31 July only fully vaccinated visitors will be allowed entry into Grenada with some exemptions. Please refer to the exemption list here for more details. Persons providing proof of full vaccination will only be required to quarantine for up to 48 hours, pending a negative result from a PCR test, administered on entry, and paid in advance. One is considered fully vaccinated two weeks after their second dose of a two-dose vaccine or two weeks after a one-dose vaccine. Children 13 years and under, traveling with their vaccinated parents/guardians, can quarantine with them for up to 48 hours. Unvaccinated minors between 14 and 18 years old can travel to Grenada with their vaccinated guardians. The entire travel party will be treated as unvaccinated and required to quarantine for up to 7 days.
    The Government of Grenada’s entry health protocols mean that all travellers must pre-book approved accommodation for quarantine on arrival, pre-pay for COVID test, apply for a Pure Safe Travel Certificate and obtain a negative COVID PCR test result within 3 days of travel. Link to full details is on Ministry of Health website. These rules are subject to change and should be checked regularly.You should arrange to take a private test.
    If you arrive on a yacht you must pre-register with Sailclear and complete quarantine on your yacht before being allowed to enter the country. Yacht entry protocols are on the Ministry of Health website.
    *Testing/screening and quarantine on arrival: All arrivals need to comply with the regularly updated entry health protocols including testing and quarantine. Full details are available on the Ministry of Health website.
    *Demonstrating your COVID-19 vaccination status: Your appointment card from vaccination centres is not designed to be used as proof of vaccination and should not be used to demonstrate your vaccine status.

    Internal Restrictions:

    *Travel in Grenada: Social distancing measures and wearing of facemasks is mandatory. Domestic travel between Grenada and Carriacou has been suspended with a few exceptions (freight, essential trade and for travel outside of the jurisdiction).
    The State of Emergency has been extended to November 2021. Local regulations are in place to limit the spread of COVID-19. These were amended on 3 September to extend the curfew restricting freedom of movement from 7pm to 5am, suspend travel between Grenada and Carriacou, close all day-care centres and restrict beach and river use to the period of 5am to 10am daily. Additionally, no movement weekends will be in effect from 5pm Friday 10 September to 5am Monday 13 September and again from 5pm Friday 17 September to 5am Monday 20 September.
    Social gatherings including weddings and funerals have been suspended until further notice. Mandatory face covering in all public spaces, physical distancing, and no eating or drinking on public transport remain in effect Schools will now physically reopen on 20 September but may begin virtual classes before this date. All but essential services will remain closed until further notice.
    No visits are allowed to places of quarantine or self-isolation, to see prison detainees, nor to elderly nursing, care homes and hospitals. Anyone with flu like symptoms must notify the police. Details can be found in press releases with regular updates on GIS Facebook page or Ministry of Health Facebook page.
    The Government of Grenada will prosecute persons who breach the COVID-19 regulations, including persons who break quarantine. You should keep up to date with changes to restrictions in the regularly updated Emergency Powers Regulations on the Government of Grenada website, Government Information Service Facebook page or Ministry of Health Facebook page.
    *Public places and services: Beaches and rivers are open between the hours of 5am to 10am daily. Essential businesses are open to 5pm but subject to physical distancing of 6 ft, hand-sanitising and wearing facemasks. Social gatherings, weddings and funerals are prohibited until further notice. There is a ban on eating and drinking on public transport. No visits are allowed to quarantine or isolation venues, prison detainees, or elderly nursing, care homes or hospitals. Everyone must wear a face mask covering nose and mouth when out in public.
    There are penalties for breaching the restrictions. You should keep up to date with changes to restrictions in the regularly updated Emergency Powers Regulations on the Government of Grenada website, Government Information Service Facebook page or Ministry of Health Facebook
    *Accommodation: Most hotels have now re-opened in Grenada. The latest information is available from the Grenada Tourism Authority.
    *If you test positive for COVID-19, you must self-isolate at your hotel, home or other approved facility. You will be monitored until granted clearance by local health officials. If you receive a positive test, you will be contacted by the health authorities and provided with all the information on your status and the requirements for self-isolation.
    You are not allowed to leave your hotel while in self-isolation. If you are unable to stay in your hotel due to financial or other reasons you will be placed in a state approved and monitored facility. All transfers are conducted by health officials using strict infection prevention measures. All positive cases are treated similarly. Minors will be required to self-isolate even if travelling without parents. The guardian will self-isolate with the minor if required.

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    07.09.2021
  • Grenada Latest News:

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Grenada: Effective 31 July only fully vaccinated visitors will be allowed entry into Grenada with some exemptions. Please refer to the exemption list here for more details. Persons providing proof of full vaccination will only be required to quarantine for up to 48 hours, pending a negative result from a PCR test, administered on entry, and paid in advance. One is considered fully vaccinated two weeks after their second dose of a two-dose vaccine or two weeks after a one-dose vaccine. Children 13 years and under, traveling with their vaccinated parents/guardians, can quarantine with them for up to 48 hours. Unvaccinated minors between 14 and 18 years old can travel to Grenada with their vaccinated guardians. The entire travel party will be treated as unvaccinated and required to quarantine for up to 7 days.
    The Government of Grenada’s entry health protocols mean that all travellers must pre-book approved accommodation for quarantine on arrival, pre-pay for COVID test, apply for a Pure Safe Travel Certificate and obtain a negative COVID PCR test result within 3 days of travel. Link to full details is on Ministry of Health website. These rules are subject to change and should be checked regularly.You should arrange to take a private test.
    If you arrive on a yacht you must pre-register with Sailclear and complete quarantine on your yacht before being allowed to enter the country. Yacht entry protocols are on the Ministry of Health website.
    *Testing/screening and quarantine on arrival: All arrivals need to comply with the regularly updated entry health protocols including testing and quarantine. Full details are available on the Ministry of Health website.
    *Demonstrating your COVID-19 vaccination status: Your appointment card from vaccination centres is not designed to be used as proof of vaccination and should not be used to demonstrate your vaccine status.

    Internal Restrictions:

    *Travel in Grenada: Social distancing measures and wearing of facemasks is mandatory. Limited ferry and air services to Carriacou are now available three days each week.
    The State of Emergency has been extended to November 2021. Local regulations are in place to limit the spread of COVID-19. These were amended on 20 August to extend the curfew restricting freedom of movement from 9pm to 5am, and prohibit any party-like activities of more than 20 persons, amplified music and hosting of live entertainment. This adds to the existing limit on social gatherings, funerals and weddings to 20 persons, mandatory face covering in all public spaces, physical distancing, and no eating or drinking on public transport. Further amendments announced on 27 August include take-away service only for restaurants and bars and 6ft distancing at churches. Weddings and funerals will occur between the hours of 9am and 12pm and last no longer than an hour. Schools will now physically reopen on 20 September but may begin virtual classes before this date. The new measures come into effect on 28 August.
    No visits are allowed to places of quarantine or self-isolation, to see prison detainees, nor to elderly nursing and care homes. Anyone with flu like symptoms must notify the police. Details can be found in press releases with regular updates on GIS Facebook page or Ministry of Health Facebook page.
    The Government of Grenada will prosecute persons who breach the COVID-19 regulations, including persons who break quarantine. You should keep up to date with changes to restrictions in the regularly updated Emergency Powers Regulations on theGovernment of Grenada website
    , Government Information Service Facebook page< /a> or Ministry of Health Facebook page.
    *Accommodation: Most hotels have now re-opened in Grenada. The latest information is available from the Grenada Tourism Authority.
    *Public places and services: Beaches are open. Businesses and religious establishments are open to 9pm but subject to physical distancing of 6 ft, hand-sanitising and wearing facemasks. Social gatherings, weddings and funerals are restricted to 20 persons. There is a ban on eating and drinking on public transport. No visits are allowed to quarantine or isolation venues, prison detainees, or elderly nursing or care homes. Everyone must wear a face mask covering nose and mouth when out in public.
    There are penalties for breaching the restrictions. You should keep up to date with changes to restrictions in the regularly updated Emergency Powers Regulations on the Government of Grenada website, Government Information Service Facebook page or Ministry of Health Facebook
    *If you test positive for COVID-19, you must self-isolate at your hotel, home or other approved facility. You will be monitored until granted clearance by local health officials. If you receive a positive test, you will be contacted by the health authorities and provided with all the information on your status and the requirements for self-isolation.
    You are not allowed to leave your hotel while in self-isolation. If you are unable to stay in your hotel due to financial or other reasons you will be placed in a state approved and monitored facility. All transfers are conducted by health officials using strict infection prevention measures. All positive cases are treated similarly. Minors will be required to self-isolate even if travelling without parents. The guardian will self-isolate with the minor if required.

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    31.08.2021
  • Grenada Latest News:

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Grenada: Effective 31 July only fully vaccinated visitors will be allowed entry into Grenada with some exemptions. Please refer to the exemption list here for more details. Persons providing proof of full vaccination will only be required to quarantine for up to 48 hours, pending a negative result from a PCR test, administered on entry, and paid in advance. One is considered fully vaccinated two weeks after their second dose of a two-dose vaccine or two weeks after a one-dose vaccine. Children 13 years and under, traveling with their vaccinated parents/guardians, can quarantine with them for up to 48 hours. Unvaccinated minors between 14 and 18 years old can travel to Grenada with their vaccinated guardians. The entire travel party will be treated as unvaccinated and required to quarantine for up to 7 days.
    The Government of Grenada’s entry health protocols mean that all travellers must pre-book approved accommodation for quarantine on arrival, pre-pay for COVID test, apply for a Pure Safe Travel Certificate and obtain a negative COVID PCR test result within 3 days of travel. Link to full details is on Ministry of Health website. These rules are subject to change and should be checked regularly.You should arrange to take a private test.
    If you arrive on a yacht you must pre-register with Sailclear and complete quarantine on your yacht before being allowed to enter the country. Yacht entry protocols are on the Ministry of Health website.
    *Testing/screening and quarantine on arrival: All arrivals need to comply with the regularly updated entry health protocols including testing and quarantine. Full details are available on the Ministry of Health website.
    *Demonstrating your COVID-19 vaccination status: Your appointment card from vaccination centres is not designed to be used as proof of vaccination and should not be used to demonstrate your vaccine status.

    Internal Restrictions:

    *Travel in Grenada: Social distancing measures and wearing of facemasks is mandatory. Limited ferry and air services to Carriacou are now available three days each week.
    The State of Emergency has been extended to November 2021. Local regulations are in place to limit the spread of COVID-19. These were amended on 20 August to extend the curfew restricting freedom of movement from 9pm to 5am, and prohibit any party-like activities of more than 20 persons, amplified music and hosting of live entertainment. This adds to the existing limit on social gatherings, funerals and weddings to 20 persons, mandatory face covering in all public spaces, physical distancing, and no eating or drinking on public transport. No visits are allowed to places of quarantine or self-isolation, to see prison detainees, nor to elderly nursing and care homes. Anyone with flu like symptoms must notify the police. Details can be found in press releases with regular updates on GIS Facebook page or Ministry of Health Facebook page.
    The Government of Grenada will prosecute persons who breach the COVID-19 regulations, including persons who break quarantine. You should keep up to date with changes to restrictions in the regularly updated Emergency Powers Regulations on the Government of Grenada website, Government Information Service Facebook page or Ministry of Health Facebook page.
    *Accommodation: Most hotels have now re-opened in Grenada. The latest information is available from the Grenada Tourism Authority.
    *Public places and services: Beaches are open. Businesses and religious establishments are open to 9pm but subject to physical distancing of 6 ft, hand-sanitising and wearing facemasks. Social gatherings, weddings and funerals are restricted to 20 persons. There is a ban on eating and drinking on public transport. No visits are allowed to quarantine or isolation venues, prison detainees, or elderly nursing or care homes. Everyone must wear a face mask covering nose and mouth when out in public.
    There are penalties for breaching the restrictions. You should keep up to date with changes to restrictions in the regularly updated Emergency Powers Regulations on the Government of Grenada website, Government Information Service Facebook page orMinistry of Health Facebook
    If you test positive for COVID-19, you must self-isolate at your hotel, home or other approved facility. You will be monitored until granted clearance by local health officials. If you receive a positive test, you will be contacted by the health authorities and provided with all the information on your status and the requirements for self-isolation.
    You are not allowed to leave your hotel while in self-isolation. If you are unable to stay in your hotel due to financial or other reasons you will be placed in a state approved and monitored facility. All transfers are conducted by health officials using strict infection prevention measures. All positive cases are treated similarly. Minors will be required to self-isolate even if travelling without parents. The guardian will self-isolate with the minor if required.

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    24.08.2021
  • Grenada Latest News:

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Grenada: Effective 31 July only fully vaccinated visitors will be allowed entry into Grenada with some exemptions. Please refer to the exemption list here for more details. Persons providing proof of full vaccination will only be required to quarantine for up to 48 hours, pending a negative result from a PCR test, administered on entry, and paid in advance. One is considered fully vaccinated two weeks after their second dose of a two-dose vaccine or two weeks after a one-dose vaccine. Children 13 years and under, traveling with their vaccinated parents/guardians, can quarantine with them for up to 48 hours. Unvaccinated minors between 14 and 18 years old can travel to Grenada with their vaccinated guardians. The entire travel party will be treated as unvaccinated and required to quarantine for up to 7 days.
    The Government of Grenada’s entry health protocols mean that all travellers must pre-book approved accommodation for quarantine on arrival, pre-pay for COVID test, apply for a Pure Safe Travel Certificate and obtain a negative COVID PCR test result within 3 days of travel. Link to full details is on Ministry of Health website. These rules are subject to change and should be checked regularly.You should arrange to take a private test.
    If you arrive on a yacht you must pre-register with Sailclear and complete quarantine on your yacht before being allowed to enter the country. Yacht entry protocols are on the Ministry of Health website.
    *Testing/screening and quarantine on arrival: All arrivals need to comply with the regularly updated entry health protocols including testing and quarantine. Full details are available on the Ministry of Health website.
    *Demonstrating your COVID-19 vaccination status: Your appointment card from vaccination centres is not designed to be used as proof of vaccination and should not be used to demonstrate your vaccine status.

    Internal Restrictions:

    *Travel in Grenada: Social distancing measures and wearing of facemasks is mandatory. Limited ferry and air services to Carriacou are now available three days each week.
    The State of Emergency has been extended to November 2021. Local regulations are in place to limit the spread of COVID-19. These were amended on 17 February to include a curfew restricting freedom of movement from 12pm to 4am, closure of businesses by 10pm, a limit on social gatherings, funerals and weddings to 20 persons, mandatory face covering in all public spaces, physical distancing, and no eating or drinking on public transport. No visits are allowed to places of quarantine or self-isolation, to see prison detainees, nor to elderly nursing and care homes. Anyone with flu like symptoms must notify the police. Details can be found in press releases with regular updates on GIS Facebook page or a href=”https://m.facebook.com/HealthGrenada/”>Ministry of Health Facebook
    page.
    The Government of Grenada will prosecute persons who breach the COVID-19 regulations, including persons who break quarantine. You should keep up to date with changes to restrictions in the regularly updated Emergency Powers Regulations on the
    Government of Grenada website,
    Government Information Service Facebook page or
    Ministry of Health Facebook
    page.
    *Accommodation: Not all hotels have re-opened in Grenada. The latest information is available from the Grenada Tourism Authority .
    *Public places and services: Beaches are open. Businesses and religious establishments are open to 10pm but subject to physical distancing of 6 ft, hand-sanitising and wearing facemasks. Social gatherings, weddings and funerals are restricted to 20 persons. There is a ban on eating and drinking on public transport. No visits are allowed to quarantine or isolation venues, prison detainees, or elderly nursing or care homes. Everyone must wear a face mask covering nose and mouth when out in public.
    There are penalties for breaching the restrictions. You should keep up to date with changes to restrictions in the regularly updated Emergency Powers Regulations on the Government of Grenada website,
    Government Information Service Facebook page or Ministry of Health Facebook
    *If you test positive for COVID-19: you must self-isolate at your hotel, home or other approved facility. You will be monitored until granted clearance by local health officials. If you receive a positive test, you will be contacted by the health authorities and provided with all the information on your status and the requirements for self-isolation.
    You are not allowed to leave your hotel while in self-isolation. If you are unable to stay in your hotel due to financial or other reasons you will be placed in a state approved and monitored facility. All transfers are conducted by health officials using strict infection prevention measures. All positive cases are treated similarly. Minors will be required to self-isolate even if travelling without parents. The guardian will self-isolate with the minor if required.
    Plan ahead and make sure you: can access money; understand what your insurance will cover; can make arrangements to extend your stay and be away for longer than planned

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    13.08.2021
  • Grenada Latest News:

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Grenada: Effective 31 July only fully vaccinated visitors will be allowed entry into Grenada with some exemptions. Please refer to the exemption list here for more details. Persons providing proof of full vaccination will only be required to quarantine for up to 48 hours, pending a negative result from a PCR test, administered on entry, and paid in advance. One is considered fully vaccinated two weeks after their second dose of a two-dose vaccine or two weeks after a one-dose vaccine. Children 13 years and under, traveling with their vaccinated parents/guardians, can quarantine with them for up to 48 hours. Unvaccinated minors between 14 and 18 years old can travel to Grenada with their vaccinated guardians. The entire travel party will be treated as unvaccinated and required to quarantine for up to 7 days.
    The Government of Grenada’s entry health protocols mean that all travellers must pre-book approved accommodation for quarantine on arrival, pre-pay for COVID test, apply for a Pure Safe Travel Certificate and obtain a negative COVID PCR test result within 3 days of travel. Link to full details is on Ministry of Health website. These rules are subject to change and should be checked regularly.You should arrange to take a private test.
    If you arrive on a yacht you must pre-register with Sailclear and complete quarantine on your yacht before being allowed to enter the country. Yacht entry protocols are on the Ministry of Health website.
    *Testing/screening and quarantine on arrival: All arrivals need to comply with the regularly updated entry health protocols including testing and quarantine. Full details are available on the Ministry of Health website.
    *Demonstrating your COVID-19 vaccination status: Your appointment card from vaccination centres is not designed to be used as proof of vaccination and should not be used to demonstrate your vaccine status.

    Internal Restrictions:

    *Travel in Grenada: Social distancing measures and wearing of facemasks is mandatory. Limited ferry and
    air services to Carriacou are now available three days each week.
    The State of Emergency has been extended to November 2021. Local regulations are in place to limit the spread of COVID-19. These were amended on 17 February to include a curfew restricting freedom of movement from 12pm to 4am, closure of businesses by 10pm, a limit on social gatherings, funerals and weddings to 20 persons, mandatory face covering in all public spaces, physical distancing, and no eating or drinking on public transport. No visits are allowed to places of quarantine or self-isolation, to see prison detainees, nor to elderly nursing and care homes. Anyone with flu like symptoms must notify the police. Details can be found in press releases with regular updates on
    GIS Facebook page or
    Ministry of Health Facebook page.
    The Government of Grenada will prosecute persons who breach the COVID-19 regulations, including persons who break quarantine. You should keep up to date with changes to restrictions in the regularly updated Emergency Powers Regulations on the
    Government of Grenada website,
    Government Information ServiceFacebook page or Ministry of Health Facebook
    page.
    *Accommodation: Not all hotels have re-opened in Grenada. The latest information is available from the
    Grenada Tourism Authority.
    *Public places and services: Beaches are open. Businesses and religious establishments are open to 10pm but subject to physical distancing of 6 ft, hand-sanitising and wearing facemasks. Social gatherings, weddings and funerals are restricted to 20 persons. There is a ban on eating and drinking on public transport. No visits are allowed to quarantine or isolation venues, prison detainees, or elderly nursing or care homes. Everyone must wear a face mask covering nose and mouth when out in public.
    There are penalties for breaching the restrictions. You should keep up to date with changes to restrictions in the regularly updated Emergency Powers Regulations on the Government of Grenada website,
    Government Information Service Facebook page or Ministry of Health Facebook
    *Be prepared for your plans to change: No travel is risk-free during COVID. Countries may further restrict travel or bring in new rules at short notice, for example due to a new COVID-19 variant. Check with your travel company or airline for any transport changes which may delay your journey home.
    If you test positive for COVID-19, you must self-isolate at your hotel, home or other approved facility. You will be monitored until granted clearance by local health officials. If you receive a positive test, you will be contacted by the health authorities and provided with all the information on your status and the requirements for self-isolation.
    You are not allowed to leave your hotel while in self-isolation. If you are unable to stay in your hotel due to financial or other reasons you will be placed in a state approved and monitored facility. All transfers are conducted by health officials using strict infection prevention measures. All positive cases are treated similarly. Minors will be required to self-isolate even if travelling without parents. The guardian will self-isolate with the minor if required.
    Plan ahead and make sure you: can access money; understand what your insurance will cover; can make arrangements to extend your stay and be away for longer than planned

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    28.07.2021
  • Grenada Latest News:

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Grenada: Effective 31 July only fully vaccinated visitors will be allowed entry into Grenada with some exemptions. Please refer to the exemption list here for more details. Persons providing proof of full vaccination will only be required to quarantine for up to 48 hours, pending a negative result from a PCR test, administered on entry, and paid in advance. One is considered fully vaccinated two weeks after their second dose of a two-dose vaccine or two weeks after a one-dose vaccine.
    The Government of Grenada’s entry health protocols mean that all travellers must pre-book approved accommodation for quarantine on arrival, pre-pay for COVID test, apply for a Pure Safe Travel Certificate and obtain a negative COVID PCR test result within 3 days of travel. Link to full details is on Ministry of Health website. These rules are subject to change and should be checked regularly. You should arrange to take a private test.
    If you arrive on a yacht you must pre-register with Sailclear and complete quarantine on your yacht before being allowed to enter the country. Yacht entry protocols are on the Ministry of Health website.
    *Testing/screening and quarantine on arrival: All arrivals need to comply with the regularly updated entry health protocols including testing and quarantine. Full details are available on the Ministry of Health website.

    Internal Restrictions:

    *Travel in Grenada: Social distancing measures and wearing of facemasks is mandatory. Limited ferry and air services to Carriacou are now available three days each week.
    The State of Emergency has been extended to November 2021. Local regulations are in place to limit the spread of COVID-19. These were amended on 17 February to include a curfew restricting freedom of movement from 12pm to 4am, closure of businesses by 10pm, a limit on social gatherings, funerals and weddings to 20 persons, mandatory face covering in all public spaces, physical distancing, and no eating or drinking on public transport. No visits are allowed to places of quarantine or self-isolation, to see prison detainees, nor to elderly nursing and care homes. Anyone with flu like symptoms must notify the police. Details can be found in press releases with regular updates on GIS Facebook page orMinistry of Health Facebook page.
    The Government of Grenada will prosecute persons who breach the COVID-19 regulations, including persons who break quarantine. You should keep up to date with changes to restrictions in the regularly updated Emergency Powers Regulations on the Government of Grenada website, Government Information Service Facebook page or Ministry of Health Facebook page.
    *Accommodation: Not all hotels have re-opened in Grenada. The latest information is available from the Grenada Tourism Authority.
    *Public places and services: Beaches are open. Businesses and religious establishments are open to 10pm but subject to physical distancing of 6 ft, hand-sanitising and wearing facemasks. Social gatherings, weddings and funerals are restricted to 20 persons. There is a ban on eating and drinking on public transport. No visits are allowed to quarantine or isolation venues, prison detainees, or elderly nursing or care homes. Everyone must wear a face mask covering nose and mouth when out in public.
    There are penalties for breaching the restrictions. You should keep up to date with changes to restrictions in the regularly updated Emergency Powers Regulations on the Government of Grenada website, Government Information Service Facebook page or Ministry of Health Facebook.

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    22.07.2021
  • Grenada Latest News:

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Grenada: Effective 31 July only fully vaccinated non-nationals will be allowed entry into Grenada. Persons providing proof of full vaccination will only be required to quarantine for up to 48 hours, pending a negative result from a PCR test, administered on entry, and paid in advance. One is considered fully vaccinated two weeks after their second dose of a two-dose vaccine or two weeks after a one-dose vaccine. Effective 13 July, children who are 13 years and under, travelling with fully vaccinated relatives, will be treated as fully vaccinated.
    The Government of Grenada’s entry health protocols mean that all travellers must pre-book approved accommodation for quarantine on arrival, pre-pay for COVID test, apply for a Pure Safe Travel Certificate and obtain a negative COVID PCR test result within 3 days of travel. Link to full details is on Ministry of Health website.
    These rules are subject to change and should be checked regularly. You should arrange to take a private test.
    If you arrive on a yacht you must pre-register with Sailclear
    and complete quarantine on your yacht before being allowed to enter the country. Yacht entry protocols are on the Ministry of Health website.
    *Testing/screening and quarantine on arrival: All arrivals need to comply with the regularly updated entry health protocols including testing and quarantine. Full details are available on the Ministry of Health website.

    Internal Restrictions:

    *Travel in Grenada: Social distancing measures and wearing of facemasks is mandatory. Limited ferry and air services to Carriacou are now available three days each week.
    The State of Emergency has been extended to November 2021. Local regulations are in place to limit the spread of COVID-19. These were amended on 17 February to include a curfew restricting freedom of movement from 12pm to 4am, closure of businesses by 10pm, a limit on social gatherings, funerals and weddings to 20 persons, mandatory face covering in all public spaces, physical distancing, and no eating or drinking on public transport. No visits are allowed to places of quarantine or self-isolation, to see prison detainees, nor to elderly nursing and care homes. Anyone with flu like symptoms must notify the police. Details can be found in press releases with regular updates on GIS Facebook page orMinistry of Health Facebook page.
    The Government of Grenada will prosecute persons who breach the COVID-19 regulations, including persons who break quarantine. You should keep up to date with changes to restrictions in the regularly updated Emergency Powers Regulations on the Government of Grenada website, Government Information Service Facebook page or Ministry of Health Facebook page.
    *Accommodation: Not all hotels have re-opened in Grenada. The latest information is available from the Grenada Tourism Authority.
    *Public places and services: Beaches are open. Businesses and religious establishments are open to 10pm but subject to physical distancing of 6 ft, hand-sanitising and wearing facemasks. Social gatherings, weddings and funerals are restricted to 20 persons. There is a ban on eating and drinking on public transport. No visits are allowed to quarantine or isolation venues, prison detainees, or elderly nursing or care homes. Everyone must wear a face mask covering nose and mouth when out in public.
    There are penalties for breaching the restrictions. You should keep up to date with changes to restrictions in the regularly updated Emergency Powers Regulations on the Government of Grenada website, Government Information Service Facebook page or Ministry of Health Facebook.

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    14.07.2021
  • Grenada Latest News:

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Grenada: Effective from 1 May persons providing proof of full vaccination will only be required to quarantine for up to 48 hours, pending a negative result from a PCR test, administered on entry, and paid in advance. You are considered fully vaccinated two weeks after their second dose of a two-dose vaccine or two weeks after a one-dose vaccine.
    The Government of Grenada’s entry health protocols mean that all travellers must pre-book approved accommodation for quarantine on arrival, pre-pay for COVID test, apply for a Pure Safe Travel Certificate and obtain a negative COVID PCR test result within 3 days of travel. Link to full details is on Ministry of Health website. These rules are subject to change and should be checked regularly. You should arrange to take a private test.
    If you arrive on a yacht you must pre-register with Sailclear
    and complete quarantine on your yacht before being allowed to enter the country. Yacht entry protocols are on the Ministry of Health website.
    *Testing/screening and quarantine on arrival: All arrivals need to comply with the regularly updated entry health protocols including testing and quarantine. Full details are available on the Ministry of Health website.
    Demonstrating your COVID-19 vaccination status: You cannot use a handwritten COVID card as proof of vaccination for travel purposes.

    Internal Restrictions:

    *Travel in Grenada: Social distancing measures and wearing of facemasks is mandatory. Limited ferry and air services to Carriacou are now available three days each week.
    The State of Emergency has been extended to November 2021. Local regulations are in place to limit the spread of COVID-19. These were amended on 17 February to include a curfew restricting freedom of movement from 12pm to 4am, closure of businesses by 10pm, a limit on social gatherings, funerals and weddings to 20 persons, mandatory face covering in all public spaces, physical distancing, and no eating or drinking on public transport. No visits are allowed to places of quarantine or self-isolation, to see prison detainees, nor to elderly nursing and care homes. Anyone with flu like symptoms must notify the police. Details can be found in press releases with regular updates on GIS Facebook page orMinistry of Health Facebook page.
    The Government of Grenada will prosecute persons who breach the COVID-19 regulations, including persons who break quarantine. You should keep up to date with changes to restrictions in the regularly updated Emergency Powers Regulations on the Government of Grenada website, Government Information Service Facebook page or Ministry of Health Facebook page.
    *Accommodation: Not all hotels have re-opened in Grenada. The latest information is available from the Grenada Tourism Authority.
    *Public places and services: Beaches are open. Businesses and religious establishments are open to 10pm but subject to physical distancing of 6 ft, hand-sanitising and wearing facemasks. Social gatherings, weddings and funerals are restricted to 20 persons. There is a ban on eating and drinking on public transport. No visits are allowed to quarantine or isolation venues, prison detainees, or elderly nursing or care homes. Everyone must wear a face mask covering nose and mouth when out in public.
    There are penalties for breaching the restrictions. You should keep up to date with changes to restrictions in the regularly updated Emergency Powers Regulations on the Government of Grenada website, Government Information Service Facebook page or Ministry of Health Facebook.

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    19.05.2021
  • Grenada Latest news:

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Grenada: The Government announced on 22 April that, effective from 1 May, persons providing proof of full vaccination will only be required to quarantine for up to 48 hours, pending a negative result from a PCR test, administered on entry, and paid in advance. You are considered fully vaccinated two weeks after their second dose of a two-dose vaccine or two weeks after a one-dose vaccine. The Government of Grenada’s entry health protocols mean that all travellers must pre-book approved accommodation for quarantine on arrival, pre-pay for COVID test, apply for a Pure Safe Travel Certificate and obtain a negative COVID PCR test result within 3 days of travel. Link to full details is on Ministry of Health website. These rules are subject to change and should be checked regularly. If you arrive on a yacht you must pre-register with the Caribbean Customs Law Enforcement Council (CCLEC) and complete quarantine on your yacht before being allowed to enter the country. Protocols are on the Ministry of Health website.
    *Testing/screening and quarantine on arrival: All arrivals need to comply with the regularly updated entry health protocols including testing and quarantine. Full details are available on the Ministry of Health website.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Grenada: Social distancing measures and wearing of facemasks is mandatory. Limited ferry and air services to Carriacou and Petit Martinique are now available three days each week. A State of Emergency is in effect until August 2021 and local regulations are in place to limit the spread of COVID-19. These were amended on 17 February to include a curfew restricting freedom of movement from 12pm to 4am, a limit on social gatherings, funerals and weddings to 20 persons, mandatory face covering in all public spaces, physical distancing, and no eating or drinking on public transport. No visits are allowed to places of quarantine or self-isolation, to see prison detainees, nor to elderly nursing and care homes. Anyone with flu like symptoms must notify the police. Details can be found in press releases with regular updates on GIS Facebook page or Ministry of Health Facebook page. The Government of Grenada will prosecute persons who breach the COVID-19 regulations, including persons who break quarantine. You should keep up to date with changes to restrictions in the regularly updated Emergency Powers Regulations on the Government of Grenada website, Government Information Service Facebook page or Ministry of Health Facebook page.
    *Accommodation: Not all hotels have re-opened in Grenada. The latest information is available from the Grenada Tourism Authority.
    *Public places and services: Beaches are open. Businesses and religious establishments are open but subject to physical distancing of 6 ft, hand-sanitising and wearing facemasks. Social gatherings, weddings and funerals are restricted to 20 persons. There is a ban on eating and drinking on public transport. No visits are allowed to quarantine or isolation venues, prison detainees, or elderly nursing or care homes. Everyone must wear a face mask covering nose and mouth when out in public. There are penalties for breaching the restrictions. You should keep up to date with changes to restrictions in the regularly updated Emergency Powers Regulations on the Government of Grenada website, Government Information Service Facebook page or Ministry of Health Facebook.

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    26.04.2021
  • Grenada Latest news:

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Grenada: The Government of Grenada’s entry health protocols mean that all travellers must pre-book approved accommodation for quarantine on arrival, pre-pay for COVID test, apply for a Pure Safe Travel Certificate and obtain a negative COVID PCR test result within 3 days of travel. Link to full details is on Ministry of Health website. These rules are subject to change and should be checked regularly. You should arrange to take a private test.
    If you arrive on a yacht you must pre-register with the Caribbean Customs Law Enforcement Council (CCLEC)
    and complete quarantine on your yacht before being allowed to enter the country. Protocols are on the Ministry of Health website.
    *Testing/screening and quarantine on arrival: All arrivals need to comply with the regularly updated entry health protocols including testing and quarantine. Full details are available on the Ministry of Health website .
    *Regular entry requirements: Entry requirements may change from time to time. You should check with the Grenada High Commission in London before you travel.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Grenada: Social distancing measures and wearing of facemasks is mandatory. Limited ferry and air services to Carriacou and Petit Martinique are now available three days each week.
    A State of Emergency is in effect until August 2021 and local regulations are in place to limit the spread of COVID-19. These were amended on 17 February to include a curfew restricting freedom of movement from 12pm to 4am, a limit on social gatherings, funerals and weddings to 20 persons, mandatory face covering in all public spaces, physical distancing, and no eating or drinking on public transport. No visits are allowed to places of quarantine or self-isolation, to see prison detainees, nor to elderly nursing and care homes. Anyone with flu like symptoms must notify the police. Details can be found in press releases with regular updates on GIS Facebook page or Ministry of Health Facebook page.
    The Government of Grenada will prosecute persons who breach the COVID-19 regulations, including persons who break quarantine. You should keep up to date with changes to restrictions in the regularly updated Emergency Powers Regulations on the Government of Grenada website, Government Information Service Facebook page or Ministry of Health Facebook page.
    *Accommodation: Not all hotels have re-opened in Grenada. The latest information is available from the Grenada Tourism Authority.
    *Public places and services: Beaches are open. Businesses and religious establishments are open but subject to physical distancing of 6 ft, hand-sanitising and wearing facemasks. Social gatherings, weddings and funerals are restricted to 20 persons. There is a ban on eating and drinking on public transport. No visits are allowed to quarantine or isolation venues, prison detainees, or elderly nursing or care homes. Everyone must wear a face mask covering nose and mouth when out in public.
    There are penalties for breaching the restrictions. You should keep up to date with changes to restrictions in the regularly updated Emergency Powers Regulations on the Government of Grenada website, Government Information Service Facebook page or Ministry of Health Facebook.

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    01.04.2021
  • Grenada Latest news:

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Grenada: The Government of Grenada’s entry health protocols mean that all travellers must pre-book approved accommodation for quarantine on arrival, pre-pay for COVID test, apply for a Pure Safe Travel Certificate and obtain a negative COVID PCR test result within 3 days of travel. Link to full details is on Ministry of Health website. These rules are subject to change and should be checked regularly.

    If you arrive on a yacht you must pre-register with the Caribbean Customs Law Enforcement Council (CCLEC) and complete quarantine on your yacht before being allowed to enter the country. Protocols are on the Ministry of Health website.
    *Testing/screening and quarantine on arrival: All arrivals need to comply with the regularly updated entry health protocols including testing and quarantine. Full details are available on the Ministry of Health website.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Grenada: Social distancing measures and wearing of facemasks is mandatory. Limited ferry and air services to Carriacou and Petit Martinique are now available three days each week. A State of Emergency is in effect until August 2021 and local regulations are in place to limit the spread of COVID-19. These were amended on 17 February to include a curfew restricting freedom of movement from 12pm to 4am, a limit on social gatherings, funerals and weddings to 20 persons, mandatory face covering in all public spaces, physical distancing, and no eating or drinking on public transport. No visits are allowed to places of quarantine or self-isolation, to see prison detainees, nor to elderly nursing and care homes. Anyone with flu like symptoms must notify the police. Details can be found in press releases with regular updates on GIS Facebook page or Ministry of Health Facebook page. The Government of Grenada will prosecute persons who breach the COVID-19 regulations, including persons who break quarantine. You should keep up to date with changes to restrictions in the regularly updated Emergency Powers Regulations on the Government of Grenada website, Government Information Service Facebook page or Ministry of Health Facebook page.
    *Accommodation: Not all hotels have re-opened in Grenada. The latest information is available from the Grenada Tourism Authority.
    *Public places and services: Beaches are open. Businesses and religious establishments are open but subject to physical distancing of 6 ft, hand-sanitising and wearing facemasks. Social gatherings, weddings and funerals are restricted to 20 persons. There is a ban on eating and drinking on public transport. No visits are allowed to quarantine or isolation venues, prison detainees, or elderly nursing or care homes. Everyone must wear a face mask covering nose and mouth when out in public. There are penalties for breaching the restrictions. You should keep up to date with changes to restrictions in the regularly updated Emergency Powers Regulations on the Government of Grenada website, Government Information Service Facebook page or Ministry of Health Facebook.

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    31.03.2021
  • Grenada Latest news: Grenada government suspends all flights from U.K. (The Gleaner, 22.12.2020). Government of Grenada has from 20 December suspended all air traffic between UK and Grenada and not allowing entry to anyone with UK travel history of previous 14 days ()gov.uk, 21.12.2020)

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Grenada: Grenada’s government announced entry health protocols in July. As from 1 December this will now includes obtaining before travel a Pure Safe Travel Certificate as well as from 28 November a negative COVID test within 72 hours of travel, as well as downloading a contact tracing app. All arrivals will need to quarantine for up to 7 days, and take a COVID test if they have applied in advance to quarantine at home. These rules are subject to change. If you arrive on a yacht you must pre-register with the Caribbean Customs Law Enforcement Council (CCLEC) and complete quarantine on your yacht before being allowed to enter the country. Protocols are currently being reviewed by health officials. Once completed the Ministry of Health website will be updated to reflect changes.
    *Testing/screening and quarantine on arrival: All arrivals need to comply with the regularly updated entry health protocols including testing and quarantine. Full details are available on the Ministry of Health website.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Grenada: Social distancing measures and wearing of facemasks is mandatory. Limited ferry and air services to Carriacou and Petit Martinique is now available three days each week.
    On 21 December, a State of Emergency was declared by the Governor General and the Prime Minister announced local regulations due to a recent spike in COVID-19 cases. These were amended on 11 January to include a curfew restricting freedom of movement from 10pm to 5am, a limit on social gatherings, funerals and weddings to 20 persons, mandatory face covering in all public spaces, physical distancing, and no eating or drinking on public transport. No visits are allowed to places of quarantine or self-isolation, to see prison detainees, nor to elderly nursing and care homes. After being suspended for two weeks, restaurants have been permitted to offer dine-in services effective 4 January. Anyone with flu like symptoms must notify the police. Details can be found in press releases with regular updates on GIS Facebook page orMinistry of Health Facebook page.
    The Government of Grenada will prosecute persons who breach the COVID-19 regulations, including persons who break quarantine. You should keep up to date with changes to restrictions in the regularly updated Emergency Powers Regulations on the Government of Grenada website , Government Information Service Facebook page orMinistry of Health Facebook Grenada Tourism Authority page.
    *Accommodation: Not all hotels have re-opened in Grenada. The latest information is available from the Government of Grenada website.
    *Public places and services: Beaches are open. Businesses and religious establishments are open but subject to physical distancing of 6 ft, hand-sanitising and wearing facemasks. Social gatherings, weddings and funerals are restricted to 20 persons. There is a ban on eating and drinking on public transport. No visits are allowed to quarantine or isolation venues, prison detainees, or elderly nursing or care homes. Everyone must wear a face mask when out in public.
    There are penalties for breaching the restrictions. You should keep up to date with changes to restrictions in the regularly updated Emergency Powers Regulations on the Government of Grenada website , Government Information Service Facebook page or Ministry of Health Facebook orGrenada Tourism Authority page.

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    15.02.2021
  • Grenada Latest news: Grenada government suspends all flights from U.K. (The Gleaner, 22.12.2020). Government of Grenada has from 20 December suspended all air traffic between UK and Grenada and not allowing entry to anyone with UK travel history of previous 14 days ()gov.uk, 21.12.2020)

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Grenada: Grenada’s government announced entry health protocols in July. As from 1 December this will now includes obtaining before travel a Pure Safe Travel Certificate as well as from 28 November a negative COVID test within 72 hours of travel, as well as downloading a contact tracing app. All arrivals will need to quarantine for up to 7 days, and take a COVID test if they have applied in advance to quarantine at home. These rules are subject to change. If you arrive on a yacht you must pre-register with the Caribbean Customs Law Enforcement Council (CCLEC) and complete quarantine on your yacht before being allowed to enter the country. Protocols are currently being reviewed by health officials. Once completed the Ministry of Health website will be updated to reflect changes.
    *Testing/screening and quarantine on arrival: All arrivals need to comply with the regularly updated entry health protocols including testing and quarantine. Full details are available on the Ministry of Health website.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Grenada: Social distancing measures and wearing of facemasks is mandatory. Limited ferry and air services to Carriacou and Petit Martinique is now available three days each week. On 21 December, a State of Emergency was declared by the Governor General and the Prime Minister announced local regulations due to a recent spike in COVID-19 cases. These were amended on 11 January to include a curfew restricting freedom of movement from 10pm to 5am, a limit on social gatherings, funerals and weddings to 20 persons, mandatory face covering in all public spaces, physical distancing, and no eating or drinking on public transport. No visits are allowed to places of quarantine or self-isolation, to see prison detainees, nor to elderly nursing and care homes. After being suspended for two weeks, restaurants have been permitted to offer dine-in services effective 4 January. Anyone with flu like symptoms must notify the police. Details can be found in press releases with regular updates onGIS Facebook page orMinistry of Health Facebook page. The Government of Grenada will prosecute persons who breach the COVID-19 regulations, including persons who break quarantine. You should keep up to date with changes to restrictions in the regularly updated Emergency Powers Regulations on theGovernment of Grenada website , Government Information Service Facebook page orMinistry of Health Facebook page.
    *Accommodation: Not all hotels have re-opened in Grenada. The latest information is available from the Grenada Tourism Authority.

    *Public places and services: Beaches are open. Businesses and religious establishments are open but subject to physical distancing of 6 ft, hand-sanitising and wearing facemasks. Social gatherings, weddings and funerals are restricted to 20 persons. There is a ban on eating and drinking on public transport. No visits are allowed to quarantine or isolation venues, prison detainees, or elderly nursing or care homes. Everyone must wear a face mask when out in public. There are penalties for breaching the restrictions. You should keep up to date with changes to restrictions in the regularly updated Emergency Powers Regulations on the Government of Grenada website, Government Information Service Facebook page or Ministry of Health Facebook

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    21.01.2021
  • Grenada Latest news: Grenada government suspends all flights from U.K. (The Gleaner, 22.12.2020). Government of Grenada has from 20 December suspended all air traffic between UK and Grenada and not allowing entry to anyone with UK travel history of previous 14 days ()gov.uk, 21.12.2020)

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Grenada: Grenada’s government announced entry health protocols in July. As from 1 December this will now includes obtaining before travel a Pure Safe Travel Certificate as well as from 28 November a negative COVID test within 72 hours of travel, as well as downloading a contact tracing app. All arrivals will need to quarantine for up to 7 days, and take a COVID test if they have applied in advance to quarantine at home. These rules are subject to change. If you arrive on a yacht you must pre-register with the Caribbean Customs Law Enforcement Council (CCLEC) and complete quarantine on your yacht before being allowed to enter the country. Protocols are currently being reviewed by health officials. Once completed the Ministry of Health website will be updated to reflect changes.
    *Testing/screening and quarantine on arrival: All arrivals need to comply with the regularly updated entry health protocols including testing and quarantine. Full details are available on the Ministry of Health website.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Grenada: Social distancing measures and wearing of facemasks is mandatory. Limited ferry and air services to Carriacou and Petit Martinique is now available three days each week. On 21 December, a State of Emergency was declared by the Governor General and the Prime Minister announced local regulations due to a recent spike in COVID-19 cases. These were amended on 11 January to include a curfew restricting freedom of movement from 10pm to 5am, a limit on social gatherings, funerals and weddings to 20 persons, mandatory face covering in all public spaces, physical distancing, and no eating or drinking on public transport. No visits are allowed to places of quarantine or self-isolation, to see prison detainees, nor to elderly nursing and care homes. After being suspended for two weeks, restaurants have been permitted to offer dine-in services effective 4 January.
    Anyone with flu like symptoms must notify the police. Details can be found in press releases with regular updates on GIS Facebook page or Ministry of Health Facebook page.
    The Government of Grenada will prosecute persons who breach COVID-19 protocols, including persons who break quarantine protocols. You should keep up to date with changes to restrictions in the regularly updated Emergency Powers Regulations on the Government of Grenada website or Government Information Service Facebook page.
    *Accommodation: Not all hotels have re-opened in Grenada. The latest information is available from the Grenada Tourism Authority.
    *Public places and services: Beaches are open. Businesses and religious establishments are open but subject to physical distancing of 6 ft, hand-sanitising and wearing facemasks. Social gatherings, weddings and funerals are restricted to 20 persons. There is a ban on eating and drinking on public transport. No visits are allowed to quarantine or isolation venues, prison detainees, or elderly nursing or care homes. Everyone must wear a face mask when out in public.
    There are penalties for breaching the restrictions. You should keep up to date with changes to restrictions in the regularly updated Emergency Powers Regulations on the Government of Grenada website or Government Information Service Facebook page.

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    12.01.2021
  • Grenada Latest news: Grenada government suspends all flights from U.K. (The Gleaner, 22.12.2020). Government of Grenada has from 20 December suspended all air traffic between UK and Grenada and not allowing entry to anyone with UK travel history of previous 14 days ()gov.uk, 21.12.2020)

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Grenada: Grenada’s government announced entry health protocols in July. As from 1 December this will now includes obtaining before travel a Pure Safe Travel Certificate as well as from 28 November a negative COVID test within 72 hours of travel, as well as downloading a contact tracing app. All arrivals will need to quarantine for up to 7 days, and take a COVID test if they have applied in advance to quarantine at home. These rules are subject to change. If you arrive on a yacht you must pre-register with the Caribbean Customs Law Enforcement Council (CCLEC) and complete quarantine on your yacht before being allowed to enter the country. Protocols are currently being reviewed by health officials. Once completed the Ministry of Health website will be updated to reflect changes.
    *Testing/screening and quarantine on arrival: All arrivals need to comply with the regularly updated entry health protocols including testing and quarantine. Full details are available on the Ministry of Health website.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Grenada: Social distancing measures and wearing of facemasks is still mandatory. Limited ferry and air service to Carriacou and Petit Martinique is also available three days each week. On 21 December, the Prime Minister addressed the Nation announcing new local measures due to a recent spike in COVID cases. Included in these measures are a curfew restricting freedom of movement from 8pm to 5am effective 21 December, 2020 and ending 11 January, 2021 and no social gatherings allowed except for funerals and weddings that are restricted to 10 persons. After being suspended for two weeks, restaurants have been permitted to offer dine-in services effective 4 January.
    Everyone must observe social distancing, including when travelling by car or public transport, and wear a face mask when out in public. The Government of Grenada will prosecute persons who breach COVID-19 protocols, including persons who break quarantine protocols. You should keep up to date with changes to restrictions in the regularly updated Emergency Powers Regulations on the Government of Grenada website or Government Information Service Facebook page.
    *Accommodation: Not all hotels have re-opened in Grenada. The latest information is available from the Grenada Tourism Authority.
    *Public places and services: Beaches are open. Sporting activities are suspended. Social gatherings are banned, except for weddings and funerals which are restricted to 10 persons. Everyone must adhere to 6ft social distancing including when travelling by car or public transport, and wear a face mask when out in public. There are penalties for breaching the restrictions. You should keep up to date with changes to restrictions in the regularly updated Emergency Powers Regulations on the Government of Grenada website
    or Government Information Service Facebook page.

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    07.01.2021
  • Grenada Latest news: Grenada government suspends all flights from U.K. (The Gleaner, 22.12.2020). Government of Grenada has from 20 December suspended all air traffic between UK and Grenada and not allowing entry to anyone with UK travel history of previous 14 days ()gov.uk, 21.12.2020)

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Grenada: Grenada’s government announced entry health protocols in July. As from 1 December this will now includes obtaining before travel a Pure Safe Travel Certificate as well as from 28 November a negative COVID test within 72 hours of travel, as well as downloading a contact tracing app. All arrivals will need to quarantine for up to 7 days, and take a COVID test if they have applied in advance to quarantine at home. These rules are subject to change. If you arrive on a yacht you must pre-register with the Caribbean Customs Law Enforcement Council (CCLEC) and complete quarantine on your yacht before being allowed to enter the country. Protocols are currently being reviewed by health officials. Once completed the Ministry of Health website will be updated to reflect changes.
    *Testing/screening and quarantine on arrival: All arrivals need to comply with the regularly updated entry health protocols including testing and quarantine. Full details are available on the Ministry of Health website.

    Internal Restrictions:
    On 21 December, a State of Emergency was declared by the Governor General and the Prime Minister announced new in-country protocols due to a recent spike in COVID cases. These include a curfew from 8pm to 5am effective 21 December, 2020 and ending 3 January, 2021, no social gatherings except weddings or funerals with a 10 person limit, mandatory face covering at all public spaces and restaurants limited to takeaway or delivery services only.
    *Travel in Grenada: Social distancing measures and wearing of facemasks is still mandatory. Limited ferry and air service to Carriacou and Petit Martinique is also available three days each week. On 21 December, the Prime Minister addressed the Nation announcing new local measures due to a recent spike in COVID cases. Included in these measures are a curfew from 8pm to 5am effective 21 December, 2020 and ending 3 January, 2021, no social gatherings allowed except for funerals and weddings that are restricted to 10 persons and restaurants to only offer delivery and takeaway services. Everyone must observe social distancing, including when travelling by car or public transport, and wear a face mask when out in public. There are penalties for breaching the restrictions. You should keep up to date with changes to restrictions in the regularly updated Emergency Powers Regulations on the Government of Grenada website or Government Information Service Facebook page.
    *Accommodation: Not all hotels have re-opened in Grenada. The latest information is available from the Grenada Tourism Authority.
    *Public places and services: Businesses are open up to 10pm. Nightclubs are not yet open. Beaches are open all day. Sporting activities are suspended. Public transport must stop operating at 10pm. Restaurants are restricted to take away or delivery only. Social gatherings are restricted to to 10 persons, including for weddings and funerals. Everyone must adhere to 6ft social distancing and wearing of face masks. You should keep up to date with changes to restrictions in the regularly updated Emergency Powers Regulations on the Government of Grenada website
    or Government Information Service Facebook page.

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    29.12.2020
  • Grenada Latest news: Grenada government suspends all flights from U.K. (The Gleaner, 22.12.2020). Government of Grenada has from 20 December suspended all air traffic between UK and Grenada and not allowing entry to anyone with UK travel history of previous 14 days ()gov.uk, 21.12.2020)

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Grenada: Grenada’s government announced entry health protocols in July. As from 1 December this will now includes obtaining before travel a Pure Safe Travel Certificate as well as from 28 November a negative COVID test within 72 hours of travel, as well as downloading a contact tracing app. All arrivals will need to quarantine for up to 7 days, and take a COVID test if they have applied in advance to quarantine at home. These rules are subject to change. If you arrive on a yacht you must pre-register with the Caribbean Customs Law Enforcement Council (CCLEC) and complete quarantine on your yacht before being allowed to enter the country. Protocols are currently being reviewed by health officials. Once completed the Ministry of Health website will be updated to reflect changes.
    *Testing/screening and quarantine on arrival: All arrivals need to comply with the regularly updated entry health protocols including testing and quarantine. Full details are available on the Ministry of Health website.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Grenada: Social distancing measures and wearing of facemasks is still mandatory. Limited ferry and air service to Carriacou and Petit Martinique is also available three days each week. On 21 December, the Prime Minister addressed the Nation announcing new local measures due to a recent spike in COVID cases. Included in these measures are a curfew from 8pm to 5am effective 21 December, 2020 and ending 3 January, 2021, no social gatherings allowed except for funerals and weddings that are restricted to 10 persons and restaurants to only offer delivery and takeaway services. Everyone must observe social distancing, including when travelling by car or public transport, and wear a face mask when out in public. There are penalties for breaching the restrictions. You should keep up to date with changes to restrictions in the regularly updated Emergency Powers Regulations on the Government of Grenada website or Government Information Service Facebook page.
    *Accommodation: Not all hotels have re-opened in Grenada. The latest information is available from the Grenada Tourism Authority.
    *Public places and services: Businesses are open up to 10pm. Nightclubs are not yet open. Beaches are open all day. Sporting activities are suspended. Public transport must stop operating at 10pm. Restaurants are restricted to take away or delivery only. Social gatherings are restricted to to 10 persons, including for weddings and funerals. Everyone must adhere to 6ft social distancing and wearing of face masks. You should keep up to date with changes to restrictions in the regularly updated Emergency Powers Regulations on the Government of Grenada website
    or Government Information Service Facebook page.

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    22.12.2020
  • Grenada Latest news: Grenada government suspends all flights from U.K. (The Gleaner, 22.12.2020). Government of Grenada has from 20 December suspended all air traffic between UK and Grenada and not allowing entry to anyone with UK travel history of previous 14 days ()gov.uk, 21.12.2020)

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Grenada: Grenada’s government announced entry health protocols in July. As from 1 December this will now includes obtaining before travel a Pure Safe Travel Certificate as well as from 28 November a negative COVID test within 72 hours of travel, as well as downloading a contact tracing app. All arrivals will need to quarantine for up to 7 days, and take a COVID test if they have applied in advance to quarantine at home. These rules are subject to change. If you arrive on a yacht you must pre-register with the Caribbean Customs Law Enforcement Council (CCLEC) and complete quarantine on your yacht before being allowed to enter the country. Protocols are currently being reviewed by health officials. Once completed the Ministry of Health website will be updated to reflect changes.
    *Testing/screening and quarantine on arrival: All arrivals need to comply with the regularly updated entry health protocols including testing and quarantine. Full details are available on the Ministry of Health website.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Grenada: The curfew is now lifted in Grenada with freedom of movement allowed 24hrs. Social distancing measures and wearing of facemasks is still mandatory. Limited ferry and air service to Carriacou and Petit Martinique is also available three days each week.
    On 14 December, the Prime Minister addressed the Nation announcing new local measures due to a recent spike in covid cases. All social gatherings are restricted to 10 persons. Businesses must close at 10pm and only essential services will be granted exceptions. Restaurants are only allowed to offer delivery and takeaway services. Public transportation will stop operating at 10pm. Everyone must observe social distancing, including when travelling by car or public transport, and wear a face mask when out in public. There are penalties for breaching the restrictions. You should keep up to date with changes to restrictions in the regularly updated Emergency Powers Regulations on the Government of Grenada website or Government Information Service Facebook page.
    *Accommodation: Not all hotels have re-opened in Grenada. The latest information is available from the Grenada Tourism Authority.
    *Public places and services: Businesses are open up to 10pm. Nightclubs are not yet open. Beaches are open all day. Sporting activities are suspended. Public transport must stop operating at 10pm. Restaurants are restricted to take away or delivery only. Social gatherings are restricted to to 10 persons, including for weddings and funerals. Everyone must adhere to 6ft social distancing and wearing of face masks. You should keep up to date with changes to restrictions in the regularly updated Emergency Powers Regulations on the Government of Grenada website or Government Information Service Facebook page.

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    21.12.2020
  • Grenada International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Grenada: Grenada’s Maurice Bishop International airport re-opened on 1 July. Grenada government announced entry health protocols since then. Starting 1 December, this will now include obtaining a Pure Safe Travel Certificate as well as from 28 November a negative COVID test within 72 hours of travel, as well as downloading a contact tracing app. All arrivals will need to quarantine for up to 7 days, and take a COVID test if they have applied in advance to quarantine at home. Link to full details is below. These rules are subject to change. If you arrive on a yacht you must pre-register with the Caribbean Customs Law Enforcement Council (CCLEC) and complete quarantine on your yacht before being allowed to enter the country. Protocols are currently being reviewed by health officials. Once completed the Ministry of Health website will be updated to reflect changes.
    *Testing/screening and quarantine on arrival: All arrivals need to comply with the regularly updated entry health protocols including testing and quarantine. Full details are available on the Ministry of Health website.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Grenada: The curfew is now lifted in Grenada with freedom of movement allowed 24hrs. Social distancing measures and wearing of facemasks is still mandatory. Limited ferry and air service to Carriacou and Petit Martinique is also available three days each week.
    On 14 December, the Prime Minister addressed the Nation announcing new local measures due to a recent spike in covid cases. All social gatherings are restricted to 10 persons. Businesses must close at 10pm and only essential services will be granted exceptions. Restaurants are only allowed to offer delivery and takeaway services. Public transportation will stop operating at 10pm. Everyone must observe social distancing, including when travelling by car or public transport, and wear a face mask when out in public. There are penalties for breaching the restrictions. You should keep up to date with changes to restrictions in the regularly updated Emergency Powers Regulations on the Government of Grenada website or Government Information Service Facebook page.
    *Accommodation: Not all hotels have re-opened in Grenada. The latest information is available from the Grenada Tourism Authority.
    *Public places and services: Businesses are open up to 10pm. Nightclubs are not yet open. Beaches are open all day. Sporting activities are suspended. Public transport must stop operating at 10pm. Restaurants are restricted to take away or delivery only. Social gatherings are restricted to to 10 persons, including for weddings and funerals. Everyone must adhere to 6ft social distancing and wearing of face masks. You should keep up to date with changes to restrictions in the regularly updated Emergency Powers Regulations on the Government of Grenada website or Government Information Service Facebook page.

    Read more
    17.12.2020
  • Grenada International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Grenada: Grenada’s Maurice Bishop International airport re-opened on 1 July. Grenada government announced entry health protocols since then. Starting 1 December, this will now include obtaining a Pure Safe Travel Certificate as well as from 28 November a negative COVID test within 72 hours of travel, as well as downloading a contact tracing app. All arrivals will need to quarantine for up to 7 days, and take a COVID test if they have applied in advance to quarantine at home. Link to full details is below. These rules are subject to change. If you arrive on a yacht you must pre-register with the Caribbean Customs Law Enforcement Council (CCLEC) and complete quarantine on your yacht before being allowed to enter the country. Protocols are currently being reviewed by health officials. Once completed the Ministry of Health website will be updated to reflect changes.
    *Testing/screening and quarantine on arrival: All arrivals need to comply with the regularly updated entry health protocols including testing and quarantine. Full details are available on the Ministry of Health website.

    Internal Restrictions:
    The curfew is now lifted in Grenada with freedom of movement allowed 24hrs. Social distancing measures and wearing of facemasks is still mandatory. The Grenada government announced a limited State of Emergency from 25 March. Measures have been regularly announced to relax the restrictions since then. These include business openings and operating hours and a limited ferry service to Carriacou and Petit Martinique. Everyone must observe social distancing, including when travelling by car or public transport, and wear a face mask when out in public. There are penalties for breaching the restrictions. You should keep up to date with changes to restrictions in the regularly updated Emergency Powers Regulations on the Government Information Service Facebook page . Not all hotels have re-opened in Grenada. The latest information is available from the Grenada Tourism Authority website .
    Shops are open as normal and restaurants up to 10pm. Nightclubs are not yet open. Beaches are now open all day. You are now allowed to host social events with up to 20 guests. Churches are allowed to re-open. Everyone must adhere to 6ft social distancing and wearing of facemasks. You should keep up to date with changes to restrictions in the regularly updated Emergency Powers Regulations on the Government Information Service Facebook page.

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    27.11.2020
  • Grenada International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Grenada: Grenada’s Maurice Bishop International airport re-opened on 1 July to charter flights to regional commercial flights from 15 July and commercial flights from the UK, Europe and Canada from 1 August. Grenada government announced entry health protocols since July which now includes obtaining a Pure Safe Travel Certificate as well as a negative COVID test before travel and a COVID test and quarantine on arrival. These rules are subject to change. If you arrive on a yacht you must pre-register with the Marine and Yachting Association of Grenada (MAYAG) and complete quarantine on your yacht before being allowed to enter the country.
    *Testing/screening and quarantine on arrival: All arrivals need to comply with the regularly updated entry health protocols including testing and quarantine. Full details are available on the Ministry of Health website.

    Internal Restrictions:
    The curfew is now lifted in Grenada with freedom of movement allowed 24hrs. Social distancing measures and wearing of facemasks is still mandatory. The Grenada government announced a limited State of Emergency from 25 March. Measures have been regularly announced to relax the restrictions since then. These include business openings and operating hours and a limited ferry service to Carriacou and Petit Martinique. Everyone must observe social distancing, including when travelling by car or public transport, and wear a face mask when out in public. There are penalties for breaching the restrictions. You should keep up to date with changes to restrictions in the regularly updated Emergency Powers Regulations on the Government Information Service Facebook page . Not all hotels have re-opened in Grenada. The latest information is available from the Grenada Tourism Authority website .
    Shops are open as normal and restaurants up to 10pm. Nightclubs are not yet open. Beaches are now open all day. You are now allowed to host social events with up to 20 guests. Churches are allowed to re-open. Everyone must adhere to 6ft social distancing and wearing of facemasks. You should keep up to date with changes to restrictions in the regularly updated Emergency Powers Regulations on the Government Information Service Facebook page.

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    17.11.2020
  • Grenada International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Grenada: Grenada’s airport is open to charter flights, regional commercial flights, and commercial flights from the UK, Europe and Canada. Grenada government announced entry health protocols since July with travellers risk depending on their point of embarkation or travel history and who must follow the new rules to be allowed entry to Grenada, including testing before departure in some cases. Link to full details is below. These rules are subject to change. If you arrive on a yacht you must pre-register with the Marine and Yachting Association of Grenada (MAYAG) and complete quarantine on your yacht before being allowed to enter the country.
    *Testing/screening and quarantine on arrival: All arrivals need to comply with the new entry health protocols announced since July for testing and quarantine which differ according to country of embarkation and travel history. Full details are available on the Ministry of Health website.

    Internal Restrictions:
    The curfew is now lifted in Grenada with freedom of movement allowed 24hrs. Social distancing measures and wearing of facemasks is still mandatory. The Grenada government announced a limited State of Emergency from 25 March. Measures have been regularly announced to relax the restrictions since then. These include business openings and operating hours and a limited ferry service to Carriacou and Petit Martinique. Everyone must observe social distancing, including when travelling by car or public transport, and wear a face mask when out in public. There are penalties for breaching the restrictions. You should keep up to date with changes to restrictions in the regularly updated Emergency Powers Regulations on the Government Information Service Facebook page . Not all hotels have re-opened in Grenada. The latest information is available from the Grenada Tourism Authority website .
    Shops are open as normal and restaurants up to 10pm. Nightclubs are not yet open. Beaches are now open all day. You are now allowed to host social events with up to 20 guests. Churches are allowed to re-open. Everyone must adhere to 6ft social distancing and wearing of facemasks. You should keep up to date with changes to restrictions in the regularly updated Emergency Powers Regulations on the Government Information Service Facebook page.

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    05.11.2020
  • Grenada International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Grenada: Grenada’s Maurice Bishop International airport re-opened on 1 July to charter flights to regional commercial flights from 15 July and commercial flights from the UK, Europe and Canada from 1 August. Grenada government announced entry health protocols since July with travellers risk depending on their point of embarkation or travel history and who must follow the new rules to be allowed entry to Grenada, including testing before departure in some cases. Link to full details is below. These rules are subject to change. If you arrive on a yacht you must pre-register with the Marine and Yachting Association of Grenada (MAYAG) and complete quarantine on your yacht before being allowed to enter the country.
    *Testing/screening and quarantine on arrival: All arrivals need to comply with the new entry health protocols announced since July for testing and quarantine which differ according to country of embarkation and travel history. Full details are available on the Ministry of Health website.

    Internal Restrictions:
    The curfew is now lifted in Grenada with freedom of movement allowed 24hrs. Social distancing measures and wearing of facemasks is still mandatory. The Grenada government announced a limited State of Emergency from 25 March. Measures have been regularly announced to relax the restrictions since then. These include business openings and operating hours and a limited ferry service to Carriacou and Petit Martinique. Everyone must observe social distancing, including when travelling by car or public transport, and wear a face mask when out in public. There are penalties for breaching the restrictions. You should keep up to date with changes to restrictions in the regularly updated Emergency Powers Regulations on the Government Information Service Facebook page . Not all hotels have re-opened in Grenada. The latest information is available from the Grenada Tourism Authority website .
    Shops are open as normal and restaurants up to 10pm. Nightclubs are not yet open. Beaches are now open all day. You are now allowed to host social events with up to 20 guests. Churches are allowed to re-open. Everyone must adhere to 6ft social distancing and wearing of facemasks. You should keep up to date with changes to restrictions in the regularly updated Emergency Powers Regulations on the Government Information Service Facebook page.

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    08.10.2020
  • Grenada *****International Restrictions:
    Grenada’s airport re-opened 1 July to charter flights and on 15 July to regional commercial flights, and is scheduled to re-open to commercial flights from UK, Europe and Canada from 1 August. Grenada government announced 10 July that travellers will be categorised as Low, Medium or High risk depending on their point of embarkation or travel history and must follow the new rules to be allowed entry to Grenada, including testing before departure in some cases. If you arrive on a yacht you must pre-register with the Marine and Yachting Association of Grenada (MAYAG) [https://grenadalima.com/] and complete 14 days of quarantine on your yacht before being allowed to enter the country.
    All passengers must have a COVID test at their point of embarkation. The test must be conducted within 7 days of travel. This only applies to passengers coming from a “medium and high-risk” country.
    Passengers must also complete a overnment Declaration form prior departure: [https://covid19.gov.gd/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/Entering_Grenada.pdf].
    On arrival you will be screened, including a rapid COVID test, costs may apply. Updates to the arrival screening requirements will be on the Government Information Service Facebook page or Ministry of Health Facebook page [https://www.facebook.com/GISgrenada/].
    All arriving passengers will need to comply with requirements of 14 days of quarantine in designated places at your own cost. Updates to the quarantine requirements will be on the Government Information Service Facebook page or Ministry of Health Facebook page [https://www.facebook.com/GISgrenada/].

    *****

    Internal restrictions:

    The curfew is now lifted in Grenada with freedom of movement allowed 24hrs. Social distancing measures and wearing of facemasks is still mandatory. The Grenada government announced a limited State of Emergency from 25 March. Measures have been regularly announced to relax the restrictions since then. These include business openings and operating hours and a limited ferry service to Carriacou and Petit Martinique. Everyone must observe social distancing, including when travelling by car or public transport, and wear a face mask when out in public. There are penalties for breaching the restrictions. You should keep up to date with changes to restrictions in the regularly updated Emergency Powers Regulations on the Government Information Service Facebook page [https://www.facebook.com/GISgrenada/]. Not all hotels have re-opened in Grenada. The latest information is available from the Grenada Tourism Authority [https://www.facebook.com/tourismgrenada].
    Shops are open as normal and restaurants up to 10pm. Nightclubs are not yet open. Beaches are now open all day. You are now allowed to host social events with up to 20 guests. Churches are allowed to re-open. Everyone must adhere to 6ft social distancing and wearing of facemasks. You should keep up to date with changes to restrictions in the regularly updated Emergency Powers Regulations on the Government Information Service Facebook page [https://www.facebook.com/GISgrenada/]

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    03.08.2020
  • Grenada *****International Restrictions:
    Grenada’s airport re-opened 1 July to charter flights and on 15 July to regional commercial flights, and is scheduled to re-open to commercial flights from UK, Europe and Canada from 1 August. Grenada government announced 10 July that travellers will be categorised as Low, Medium or High risk depending on their point of embarkation or travel history and must follow the new rules to be allowed entry to Grenada, including testing before departure in some cases. If you arrive on a yacht you must pre-register with the Marine and Yachting Association of Grenada (MAYAG) [https://grenadalima.com/] and complete 14 days of quarantine on your yacht before being allowed to enter the country.
    All passengers must have a COVID test at their point of embarkation. On arrival you will be screened, including a rapid COVID test, costs may apply. Updates to the arrival screening requirements will be on the Government Information Service Facebook page or Ministry of Health Facebook page [https://www.facebook.com/GISgrenada/].
    All arriving passengers will need to comply with requirements of 14 days of quarantine in designated places at your own cost. Updates to the quarantine requirements will be on the Government Information Service Facebook page or Ministry of Health Facebook page [https://www.facebook.com/GISgrenada/].

    *****

    Internal restrictions:

    The curfew is now lifted in Grenada with freedom of movement allowed 24hrs. Social distancing measures and wearing of facemasks is still mandatory. The Grenada government announced a limited State of Emergency from 25 March. Measures have been regularly announced to relax the restrictions since then. These include business openings and operating hours and a limited ferry service to Carriacou and Petit Martinique. Everyone must observe social distancing, including when travelling by car or public transport, and wear a face mask when out in public. There are penalties for breaching the restrictions. You should keep up to date with changes to restrictions in the regularly updated Emergency Powers Regulations on the Government Information Service Facebook page [https://www.facebook.com/GISgrenada/]. Not all hotels have re-opened in Grenada. The latest information is available from the Grenada Tourism Authority [https://www.facebook.com/tourismgrenada].
    Shops are open as normal and restaurants up to 10pm. Nightclubs are not yet open. Beaches are now open all day. You are now allowed to host social events with up to 20 guests. Churches are allowed to re-open. Everyone must adhere to 6ft social distancing and wearing of facemasks. You should keep up to date with changes to restrictions in the regularly updated Emergency Powers Regulations on the Government Information Service Facebook page [https://www.facebook.com/GISgrenada/]

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    27.07.2020
  • Grenada *****International Restrictions:
    Grenada’s Maurice Bishop International airport re-opened on 1 July to charter flights only, and will reopen to regional commercial flights from 15 July and commercial flights from UK, Europe and Canada from 1 August. Grenada government announced 10 July that travellers will be categorised as Low, Medium or High risk depending on their point of embarkation or travel history and must follow the new rules to be allowed entry to Grenada, including testing before departure in some cases. If you arrive on a yacht you must pre-register with the Marine and Yachting Association of Grenada (MAYAG) [https://grenadalima.com/] and complete 14 days of quarantine on your yacht before being allowed to enter the country.
    All passengers must have a COVID test at their point of embarkation. On arrival you will be screened, including a rapid COVID test, costs may apply. Updates to the arrival screening requirements will be on the Government Information Service Facebook page or Ministry of Health Facebook page [https://www.facebook.com/GISgrenada/].
    All arriving passengers will need to comply with requirements of 14 days of quarantine in designated places at your own cost. Updates to the quarantine requirements will be on the Government Information Service Facebook page or Ministry of Health Facebook page [https://www.facebook.com/GISgrenada/].

    *****

    Internal restrictions:

    The curfew is now lifted in Grenada with freedom of movement allowed 24hrs. Social distancing measures and wearing of facemasks is still mandatory. The Grenada government announced a limited State of Emergency from 25 March. Measures have been regularly announced to relax the restrictions since then. These include business openings and operating hours and a limited ferry service to Carriacou and Petit Martinique. Everyone must observe social distancing, including when travelling by car or public transport, and wear a face mask when out in public. There are penalties for breaching the restrictions. You should keep up to date with changes to restrictions in the regularly updated Emergency Powers Regulations on the Government Information Service Facebook page [https://www.facebook.com/GISgrenada/]. Not all hotels have re-opened in Grenada. The latest information is available from the Grenada Tourism Authority [https://www.facebook.com/tourismgrenada].
    Shops are open as normal and restaurants up to 10pm. Nightclubs are not yet open. Beaches are now open all day. You are now allowed to host social events with up to 20 guests. Churches are allowed to re-open. Everyone must adhere to 6ft social distancing and wearing of facemasks. You should keep up to date with changes to restrictions in the regularly updated Emergency Powers Regulations on the Government Information Service Facebook page [https://www.facebook.com/GISgrenada/]

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    22.07.2020
  • Grenada *****International Restrictions:
    Grenada’s Maurice Bishop International airport re-opened on 1 July to charter flights only. An announcement will be made in due course when Grenada is ready to re-admit commercial passenger flights. If you arrive on a yacht you must pre-register with the Marine and Yachting Association of Grenada (MAYAG) [https://grenadalima.com/] and complete 14 days of quarantine on your yacht before being allowed to enter the country.
    All passengers must have a COVID test at their point of embarkation. On arrival you will be screened, including a rapid COVID test, costs may apply. Updates to the arrival screening requirements will be on the Government Information Service Facebook page or Ministry of Health Facebook page [https://www.facebook.com/GISgrenada/].
    All arriving passengers will need to comply with requirements of 14 days of quarantine in designated places at your own cost. Updates to the quarantine requirements will be on the Government Information Service Facebook page or Ministry of Health Facebook page [https://www.facebook.com/GISgrenada/].

    *****

    Internal restrictions:

    The curfew is now lifted in Grenada with freedom of movement allowed 24hrs. Social distancing measures and wearing of facemasks is still mandatory. The Grenada government announced a limited State of Emergency from 25 March. Measures have been regularly announced to relax the restrictions since then. These include business openings and operating hours and a limited ferry service to Carriacou and Petit Martinique. Everyone must observe social distancing, including when travelling by car or public transport, and wear a face mask when out in public. There are penalties for breaching the restrictions. You should keep up to date with changes to restrictions in the regularly updated Emergency Powers Regulations on the Government Information Service Facebook page [https://www.facebook.com/GISgrenada/]. Not all hotels have re-opened in Grenada. The latest information is available from the Grenada Tourism Authority [https://www.facebook.com/tourismgrenada].
    Shops are open as normal and restaurants up to 10pm. Nightclubs are not yet open. Beaches are now open all day. You are now allowed to host social events with up to 20 guests. Churches are allowed to re-open. Everyone must adhere to 6ft social distancing and wearing of facemasks. You should keep up to date with changes to restrictions in the regularly updated Emergency Powers Regulations on the Government Information Service Facebook page [https://www.facebook.com/GISgrenada/]

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    10.07.2020
  • Grenada *****International Restrictions:
    Grenada’s Maurice Bishop International airport re-opened on 1 July to charter flights only. An announcement will be made in due course when Grenada is ready to re-admit commercial passenger flights. If you arrive on a yacht you must pre-register with the Marine and Yachting Association of Grenada (MAYAG) [https://grenadalima.com/] and complete 14 days of quarantine on your yacht before being allowed to enter the country.
    All passengers must have a COVID test at their point of embarkation. On arrival you will be screened, including a rapid COVID test, costs may apply. Updates to the arrival screening requirements will be on the Government Information Service Facebook page or Ministry of Health Facebook page [https://www.facebook.com/GISgrenada/].
    All arriving passengers will need to comply with requirements of 14 days of quarantine in designated places at your own cost. Updates to the quarantine requirements will be on the Government Information Service Facebook page or Ministry of Health Facebook page [https://www.facebook.com/GISgrenada/].

    *****

    Internal restrictions:

    The Grenada government announced a limited State of Emergency from 25 March with a 24hr curfew. Regular measures have been announced to relax the restrictions. These include freedom of movement, currently between 5am and 11pm daily and a limited ferry service to Carriacou and Petit Martinique. Everyone must observe social distancing, including when travelling by car or public transport, and wear a face mask when out in public. There are penalties for breaching the restrictions. You should keep up to date with changes to restrictions in the regularly updated Emergency Powers Regulations on the Government Information Service Facebook page [https://www.facebook.com/GISgrenada/]. Not all hotels have re-opened in Grenada. The latest information is available from the Grenada Tourism Authority [https://www.facebook.com/tourismgrenada].
    Shops are open as normal and restaurants up to 10pm. Nightclubs are not yet open. Beaches are open 5am to 5pm. You are now allowed to host social events with up to 20 guests. Churches are allowed to re-open. Everyone must adhere to 6ft social distancin [g and wearing of facemasks. You should keep up to date with changes to restrictions in the regularly updated Emergency Powers Regulations on the Government Information Service Facebook page [https://www.facebook.com/GISgrenada/].

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    09.07.2020
  • Grenada Maurice Bishop International Airport in St George’s will resume operations on 1 July as country recovers from impact of COVID-19 (Jamaica Observer, 17.06.2020).
    Grenada has closed Maurice Bishop International Airport (GND) and Lauriston Airport (CRU) to all passenger traffic.Grenada citizens and residents may still enter the country, but those who have visited the above countries in the last 14 days will be subject to a 14-day quarantine.

    *****International Restrictions:
    Grenada’s Maurice Bishop International Airport is to re-open on 1 July to regional and international passenger traffic. You should keep in touch with airlines to see when flights will be resuming.

    *****

    Internal restrictions:

    Government announced a limited State of Emergency from 25 March. There have been recent measures announced to relax the restrictions. This includes business days being extended to every day, reduction of curfew from 24 hrs to 9pm to 5am daily, and a limited ferry service to Carriacou and Petit Martinique. Everyone must observe social distancing and wear a face mask when out in public. You should keep up to date with changes to the Emergency Powers Regulations on the Government Information Service Facebook page [https://www.facebook.com/GISgrenada/]

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    28.06.2020
  • Grenada Grenada has closed Maurice Bishop International Airport (GND) and Lauriston Airport (CRU) to all passenger traffic.Grenada citizens and residents may still enter the country, but those who have visited the above countries in the last 14 days will be subject to a 14-day quarantine.

    Inbound restrictions:

    The government of Grenada has announced that it expects its borders to re-open at the end of June.
    Maurice Bishop International Airport (GND) and Lauriston Airport (CRU) are closed to commercial flights until further notice. All official ports of entry have been closed to passenger traffic, foreign nationals will not be allowed to enter until further notice. Arriving nationals and residents will be subject to self- quarantine for 14 days upon arrival.

    Outbound restrictions:

    Cruise ships will be barred from departing until further notice.

    Internal restrictions:

    A nationwide curfew is in effect from 19.00 to 05.00 until further notice. Businesses may reopen with approval from the government and operate from 08.00 to 17.00. Travel for essential business only on designated days. It’s mandatory to wear facial masks when in public

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    09.06.2020
  • Grenada Grenada has closed Maurice Bishop International Airport (GND) and Lauriston Airport (CRU) to all passenger traffic.Grenada citizens and residents may still enter the country, but those who have visited the above countries in the last 14 days will be subject to a 14-day quarantine.

    Inbound restrictions:

    Maurice Bishop International Airport (GND) and Lauriston Airport (CRU) are closed to commercial flights until further notice. All official ports of entry have been closed to passenger traffic, foreign nationals will not be allowed to enter until further notice. Arriving nationals and residents will be subject to self- quarantine for 14 days upon arrival.

    Outbound restrictions:

    Cruise ships will be barred from departing until further notice.

    Internal restrictions:

    A nationwide curfew is in effect from 19.00 to 05.00 until further notice. Businesses may reopen with approval from the government and operate from 08.00 to 17.00. Travel for essential business only on designated days. It’s mandatory to wear facial masks when in public

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    01.06.2020
  • Grenada

    Inbound restrictions:

    Maurice Bishop International Airport (GND) and Lauriston Airport (CRU) are closed to commercial flights until further notice. All official ports of entry have been closed to passenger traffic, foreign nationals will not be allowed to enter until further notice. Arriving nationals and residents will be subjected to self-quarantine for 14 days upon arrival.

    Outbound restrictions:

    Cruise ships will be barred from departing until further notice.

    Internal restrictions:

    A nationwide curfew is in effect from 19.00 to 05.00 until further notice. Businesses may reopen with approval from the government and operate from 08.00 to 17.00. Travel for essential business only on designated days. It’s mandatory to wear facial masks when in public.

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    13.05.2020
  • Grenada Grenada has closed Maurice Bishop International Airport (GND) and Lauriston Airport (CRU) to all passenger traffic.Grenada citizens and residents may still enter the country, but those who have visited the above countries in the last 14 days will be subject to a 14-day quarantine.

    Inbound restrictions:

    Maurice Bishop International Airport (GND) and Lauriston Airport (CRU) are closed to commercial flights until further notice. All official ports of entry have been closed to passenger traffic, foreign nationals will not be allowed to enter until further notice. Arriving nationals and residents will be subject to self- quarantine for 14 days upon arrival.

    Outbound restrictions:

    Cruise ships will be barred from departing until further notice.

    Internal restrictions:

    A nationwide curfew is in effect from 19.00 to 05.00 until further notice. Businesses may reopen with approval from the government and operate from 08.00 to 17.00. Travel for essential business only on designated days. It’s mandatory to wear facial masks when in public

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    13.05.2020
  • Grenada 1. Maurice Bishop International Airport (GND) and Lauriston Airport (CRU) will close for all passenger traffic from 23 March 2020 at 11:59pm (local).

    2.Passengers who have been in Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, China (People’s Rep.), Croatia, Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Iran, Ireland (Rep.), Italy, Korea (Rep.), Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, USA or the United Kingdom in the past 14 days are not allowed to enter Grenada.

    – This does not apply to nationals of Grenada.

    – This does not apply to residents of Grenada.

    3. Nationals and residents of Grenada who have been in Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, China (People’s Rep.), Croatia, Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Iran, Ireland (Rep.), Italy, Korea (Rep.), Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, USA or the United Kingdom in the past 14 days will be put in quarantine upon arrival for a period of 14 days.

    Travellers can expect thermal screening at air and seaports; further screening will ensue for those with elevated temperatures. Passengers are required to complete a health declaration.

    Internal restrictions:

    A nationwide 24-hour curfew is in effect until 26 April. However, residents will be permitted to leave their homes between the 05.00 and 19.00 on 22 and 24 April for essential purposes only, such as the procurement of food or medicine.
    The Ministry of Health Grenada is asking the public to call the COVID-19 enquiries information line on 538 4787 or 458 4787 if they have any symptoms such as cough fever or difficulty breathing.

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