Quarantine in Grenada Now Two-Days for Fully Vaccinated Travellers With Negative PCR Test

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[St. George’s, Grenada]

Travel to Grenada just got a bit easier for fully vaccinated individuals. As of May 1st, individuals, who received their second vaccine two weeks prior to arriving at Grenada’s Maurice Bishop International Airport, will only be required to quarantine for 48 hours – pending a negative test result from the mandatory PCR test taken upon arrival in the island.

Though the quarantine period is reduced for fully vaccinated travellers, pre-travel protocols remain the same. Individuals must have a negative PCR test result valid up to 72 hours prior to the start of their travel. Additionally, travellers must receive clearance from the Ministry of Health prior to travel by submitting an application for travel authorisation on the ministry’s website, as well as pay online for the PCR test to be administered upon their arrival in Grenada.

Individuals, who are unable to provide evidence of their vaccination, will be required to stay a minimum of seven days in quarantine. A PCR test will be administered on day five of quarantine.

All travellers, whether vaccinated or not, must remain in quarantine until medical clearance is received.



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