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BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS –  NEW UPDATE – JANUARY 8, 2020

The British Virgin Islands have announced that the Territory will implement a travel ban to persons travelling from the Dominican Republic and the United Kingdom, effective immediately.   Exception will be given to Nationals, Belongers, Residents, Work Permit Holders, Diplomats and persons permitted to reside in the territory.

All persons approved to travel to the BVI originating or transiting through the DR or the UK are required to provide a 5-day RTC-PCR Negative test prior to entry and must undergo a Mandatory 14-days quarantine and a testing regimen on the day of entry; on day 7 and finally on day 14 when in the Territory.

 

More info (English):

https://bvi.gov.vg/media-centre/statement-minister-health-and-social-development-covid-19-situation-and-response?fbclid=IwAR2Wagf2ofEOaYD08_7_PjGwuK9zFlIDkcgTjCFexo6Ttksu19G9UgZA3gc

 

Mayor informacion (Español):

https://bvi.gov.vg/media-centre/declaraci-n-del-ministro-de-salud-y-desarrollo-social-sobre-la-situaci-n-y-respuesta-de

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DECEMBER 31, 2020

GRENADA

Effective January 1, 2021 – Travelers to Grenada are required to prepay or pay on arrival a mandatory charge of $150.00.  See attached notification from Government of Grenada.

Testing Fee of 150.00 USD to be implemented for Grenada

 

CUBA

We are advised by Civil Aviation Authorities that due to the increase in imported cases of Covid19, a reduction in flights is being restricted to counter the volume of imported positive cases into the community.  Your flight may be canceled or re-booked.

 

CUBA

Effective Jan 10, 2021 all travelers arriving into Cuba are required to come with a PCT-RT negative test result.  You will continue to be subject to a Covid test on arrival and initial quarantine requirement.

 

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC

The Dominican Republic informs of change to an electronic system for entry into the country as a mandatory requirement from February 1, 2021.  This replaces the paper-based system of forms and is available now to use electronically.

See – . https://eticket.migracion.gob.do/

See here for introduction to this new electronic form and advise on some problems with completing on an Apple Device. (https://www.godominicanrepublic.com/newsroom/coronavirus/)

 

ANTIGUA

As posted to our social media sites. Antigua has advised that no persons coming from the Dominican Republic as a point of origin may enter into Antigua on or before March 16th, as advised by official notice from the Airport Authority on behalf of the Government.  No flights are bookable during this period.  Any customer affected do please  contact us for rescheduling or refunding.

PUERTO RICO

Puerto Rico Entry Requirement Update Jan 4, 2021

Be advised that Puerto Rico requires a travel authorization for arrival or intransit travel.

please see below and visit the following link

In lieu of the mandatory 14-day quarantine, customers traveling to Puerto Rico may provide a negative molecular COVID-19 test result from a test taken within 72 hours of arrival via the Travel Declaration Form

Customers arriving to Puerto Rico that have not been tested before arrival will be provided a Testing Authorization upon submission of the Traveler Declaration Form in order to authorize testing locally, at the customer’s own expense. The customer must quarantine for the duration of their stay or until tested locally and confirmation of results are properly submitted to the Puerto Rico Department of Health. It’s highly recommended to get tested prior to arriving on the island given the limited resources.

Quarantine: All customers traveling to San Juan, PR (SJU) are required to quarantine for 14 days unless a negative molecular COVID-19 test result from a test taken within 72 hours of arrival is provided via the Travel Declaration Form.

Customers who have been tested within 72 hours prior to arrival but are awaiting confirmation of molecular COVID19 test results will need to quarantine until the results come in and are digitally submitted to the Puerto Rico Department of Health.

Documentation: All customers traveling to San Juan, PR (SJU) are required to present
a completed Puerto Rico Department of Health form upon arrival. Please fill out and
submit the Travel Declaration Form online or Kiosks are also available for travelers to fill out the form upon arrival. The form is a requirement to exit
the airport.
Health Screening: All travelers will be required to interact daily with the Puerto Rico Department of Health’s automated system for traveler vigilance and monitoring. Visitors will be required to respond to a simple set of questions related to current symptoms daily.