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CURRENT TRAVEL STATUS AND REQUIREMENTS PER DESTINATION

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On June 10, 2022, the Biden Administration in alignment with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced pre-departure COVID-19 testing requirements will be lifted for travelers arriving to the United States. Effective Sunday, June 12, 2022, at 12:01 a.m., those traveling to the U.S. will no longer be required to show a negative COVID-19 test one day before their flight to the country.


CARIBBEAN

ARUBA

  1. Effective March 19th, 2022, all travelers are NO longer required to present a COVID-19 negative test result or proof of vaccination. All travelers are still required to complete Aruba’s Embarkation/Disembarkation Card before arrival, which is the country’s digitized customs and immigration process. Aruba Visitors Insurance is still required for all visitors.
  2. All Travelers must fill out an embarkation/disembarkation card online between 72 and 12 Hours prior to travel: https://edcardaruba.aw/
  3. All Travelers must purchase Mandatory Aruba travel insurance. For more information: https://www.arubavisitorsinsurance.com/   to Purchase:  https://edcardaruba.aw/
  4. Upon completion of the registration travelers will receive confirmation of approval to travel, which needs to be saved electronically or printed to present upon arrival.

BAHAMAS

  1. Fully vaccinated travelers will no longer be required to submit to pre-travel COVID-19 testing to enter the country as of June 19, 2022
  2. All unvaccinated travelers ages 2 and older will be required to obtain a negative COVID-19 test – either a negative RT-PCR test or a Rapid Antigen Test – taken no more than three days (72 hours) prior to travel and present the negative test results at check-in before travel to The Bahamas
  3. The government also eliminated the mandatory Bahamas Travel Health Visa.
  4. For full details on The Bahamas’ current COVID-19 protocols for travelers please visit Bahamas.com/travelupdates.

BARBADOS

  1. Fully-vaccinated travelers to Barbados will NO longer have to take a COVID-19 test to enter the country. Pre-submission for approval of COVID-19 vaccination certificate is preferred. Additionally, proof of vaccination (in English), in the form of a vaccine certificate, is required. Validation of certificates at point of entry will include one of the following: 1. Proof of issuance from a National Public Health Organization. 2. Proof of documented vaccination issued by a hospital or medical center. 3. Use of an independent validation system, such as IATA Travel Pass, or The Digital Green Certificate or the BIMSafe app.
    1. Before departure, download the BIMSafe app from Google Play or the Apple Store. Using the app, complete the online ED form, and complete your health questionnaire.
    2. Don’t forget to travel with your proof of vaccination! Electronic Health Passports (e.g. IATA Travel Health Passport) will also be accepted.
    3. On arrival in Barbados, travelers’ your COVID-19 vaccine certificate will be screened for validity. Once validity has been confirmed, you are free to proceed to Immigration and Customs and depart the airport for your chosen accommodation using the transportation of your choice.

    Please note that If your COVID-19 vaccination certificate is rejected on arrival, you will be tested (standard PCR Test) on arrival at the airport and will be required to quarantine until you receive the results of your standard PCR test.

    Unvaccinated travelers are permitted to travel to Barbados with a valid negative Rapid Antigen test OR Rapid COVID-19 PCR test result done within 1 day prior to arrival in Barbados OR a negative RT-PCR COVID-19 test result done within 3 days prior to arrival. LAMP tests, self-administered tests or home kits and tests using saliva samples will NOT be accepted. The specimen must be taken at an accredited or recognized laboratory by a healthcare provider via any of the below: nasopharyngeal sample, oropharyngeal sample, nasal sample, anterior nares sample or mid-turbinate sample.

    1. On arrival in Barbados, travelers’ COVID-19 tests will be screened for validity. Once completed, unvaccinated travelers will be guided to immigration. They will then be able to collect their luggage to exit the airport to begin their quarantine and await the results from the second COVID-19 Test which should be taken on the 4th day after arrival in Barbados.
    2. If the test is found to be not valid travelers will be required to be tested at the airport before they exit the airport.
    3. Using a pre-approved transportation service provider to take them to their approved accommodation, unvaccinated travelers will undergo a period of quarantine until they receive their 2nd COVID-19 PCR test results. The 2nd COVID-19 PCR test will be taken on the 4th day after their arrival in Barbados.
    4. On receipt of a negative COVID-19 PCR test result and clearance by Ministry of Health officials, travelers are free to enjoy the island.

BONAIRE

  1. Effective Wednesday June 01, 2022, No Requirements to Enter Bonaire
  2.  Vaccination Status, Pre-travel Testing and Health Declaration Forms are NO LONGER REQUIRED to Enter Bonaire.

BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS

  1. Effective Friday, July 15, 2022 persons traveling to the Virgin Islands will no longer be required to present a negative COVID test to gain entry

CAYMAN ISLANDS

  1. From 30 June, fully vaccinated travelers to the Cayman Islands will no longer be required to provide a pre-arrival COVID-19 test.
  2. Travelers will still apply for a Travel Authorization through Travel Cayman, in order to submit passport, travel, and vaccine information.
  3. Unvaccinated visitors are not able to travel to the Cayman Islands at this time.
  4. Government mask mandates for indoor public areas are no longer required but private business could still require a mask.

CURACAO

  1. As of June 5th 2022: There are no COVOD-19 related requirements in place for inbound travelers. As required pre-COVID a Digital Immigration Card is required to be fill out online prior to travel.

DOMINICA

  1. Effective April 04, 2022
  2. PROTOCOLS FOR FULLY VACCINATED TRAVELERS
    1. Travelers will no longer be required to fill and submit the pre-travel form online.
    2. Vaccinated travelers must present Proof of vaccination to airlines or other travel carrier prior to boarding to Dominica
    3. The requirement for pre-arrival testing and testing on arrival for vaccinated travelers at all ports of entry, to include seafarers and yachters, has been removed.
    4. Children 12 and under will assume the status of parents or guardian.
    5. Testing on arrival for symptomatic travelers will remain in effect.
    6. Vaccinated Travelers must present their proof of vaccination upon disembarkation in Dominica.
    7. Once vaccination proof is validated, traveler will be free to enjoy Dominica.
  3. PROTOCOLS FOR THOSE NOT FULLY VACCINATED
    1. Travelers will no longer be required to fill and submit the pre-travel form online.
    2. All unvaccinated travelers shall:
      1. Take a PCR test within 72 hours prior to arrival OR a Rapid Antigen Test within 48 hours prior to expected arrival time into Dominica; Rapid Antigen Test results must be from an accredited/certified facility (No Rapid Antigen Home Test or self-administered test results will be accepted).
      2. Unvaccinated travelers must present Negative PCR test result from swab taken within 72 hours prior to arrival OR Negative Rapid Antigen Test result from swab taken within 48 hours prior to expected arrival time into Dominica to airlines or other travel carrier prior to boarding and upon disembarkation in Dominica.
      3. DISEMBARKATION
        1. Unvaccinated Travelers must present the following upon disembarkation in Dominica: Negative PCR test result OR Negative Rapid Antigen Test results.
        2. Children 12 and under will assume the status of parents or guardian.
        3. Testing on arrival for symptomatic travelers will remain in effect.

GRENADA

  1. Effective After Midnight of April 04, 2022
  2. Both vaccinated and unvaccinated persons arriving in Grenada do not need to:
    1. Take any COVID-19 Test – Prior to arrival or upon arrival
    2. Fill out a Health Declaration form prior to or upon arrival
    3. Quarantine on arrival
  3. Persons arriving in Grenada before midnight on April 04, 2022 will be subjected to the current rules.

SABA

  1.  No Requirements to Enter Saba.

ST. EUSTATIUS

  1.   No Requirements to Enter St. Eustatius.

ST. CROIX/US VIRGIN ISLANDS

  1. The US Virgin Islands has lifted of all restrictions for American travelers. This includes both vaccinated and unvaccinated travelers.
  2. Travelers no longer need to complete the US Virgin Islands Travel Screening Portal to travel to the destination.

ST. KITTS & NEVIS

  1. Currently, only fully vaccinated travelers will be allowed entry into St. Kitts & Nevis. Exemptions for Citizens, Residents, and non-vaccinated children under 18 traveling with fully-vaccinated parents or guardians.
  2. A traveler is considered fully vaccinated, 14 days after their second dose of a two-dose vaccine series (e.g., Pfizer/BioNTech, Moderna, AstraZeneca/Oxford, Sinovac or Sinopharm) or two weeks after the traveler has received a single dose vaccine (e.g., Johnson & Johnson’s/Janssen). As of July 12, St. Kitts & Nevis accepts a mixed vaccine doses of two dose regimens of AstraZeneca/Oxford, Pfizer/BioNTech, Moderna, Sinovac and Sinopharm.
  3. All travelers will be required to:
    1. Submit Required Forms & Upload Test:
    2. All travelers must submit a COVID-19 RT-PCR negative test result from a CLIA/CDC/UKAS approved lab accredited with ISO/IEO 17025 standard, taken 72 hours prior to travel, along with the required embarkation form, and all other supporting documentation. An embarkation form is required regardless of age. Forms must be submitted no later than 24 hours prior to travel.
    3. Fully vaccinated travelers will be required to submit a copy of their official Vaccination Record card (Vaccination Certificate) including dates when doses were administered.
    4. Visit knatravelform.kn to access the form, upload your test results, and Vaccination Record card (Vaccination Certificate) details as required.
    5. All incoming travelers must have hard copies of their KNA travel form, negative RT-PCR test results, Vaccination Record card (Vaccination Certificate), and taxi fare as only Travel Approved taxis will be allowed to transport travelers to their accommodations.
    6. Follow Health & Safety Guidelines
    7. For your health and safety, visitors are required to wear a face mask, practice proper hand sanitizing, and physical distancing.

ST. MAARTEN

    1. As of April 01, 2022, non-fully vaccinated travelers can also enter with a negative 24 hr. Ag test.
    2. Transit passengers with final destination Saba, must complete an EHAS application for Sint Maarten.

    GENERAL INFORMATION

    1. Due to the COVID-19 epidemic Sint Maarten has established a mandatory health pre-authorization application through an Electronic Health Authorization System (EHAS) for every visitor arriving by air including transits, Sint Maarten and Saint Martin residents. Without the health pre-authorization boarding will not be possible. Be advised that processing time can take up to 12 hours.
    2. All fully vaccinated travelers:  The EHAS application must be completed. The date of completion of vaccination must be submitted as well as valid proof of vaccination (official country vaccination card or QR code, full name and name, dates administered and batch number(s) of vaccine) from the country where the vaccine was administered. A received booster shot must be indicated in the appropriate field and proof thereof (official country vaccination card or QR code) must be uploaded as well. A booster shot has to be administered at least 14 days before departure.
    3. You are considered fully vaccinated with an accepted vaccine :
      • 2 weeks after the second dose in a 2-dose series, such as the Pfizer, Moderna, Astrazeneca, Sinopharm, Sinovac/Coronavac and Covishield vaccines, or
      • 2 weeks after a single-dose vaccine, such as Johnson & Johnson/Janssen vaccine, or
      • 2 weeks after the second dose in a 2-dose series combination of a single dose Pfizer or Moderna with a single dose Astra Zeneca, or
      • 2 weeks after a single-dose of vaccine after a confirmed COVID-19 infection within 6 months before the vaccination (to be stated on proof of vaccination in absence of a digital COVID-19 infection certificate).
      • the accepted COVID-19 vaccines are: Comirnaty (Pfizer), Spikevax (Moderna), Vaxzevria (Astrazeneca), Johnson & Johnson/Janssen, Covishield (Astrazeneca), Sinopharm and Sinovac/CoronaVac.
    4. Travelers who have recovered from a COVID-19 infection within 9 months before departure must upload one of the below acceptable proof of recovery:
      • A government / public health authority issued proof of recovery (Digital Covid Recovery Certificate or letter)
      • A lab issued positive covid-19 PCR test result also indicating a Ct value of 35 or higher.
      • A signed and stamped Covid-19 recovery letter from a physician accompanied by the positive Covid-19 PCR test result.
    5. All non- fully vaccinated and those with a past COVID-19 infection older than 9 months, are required to have a negative COVID-19 test in accordance with the required type of test. For the age category of 5 up to 10 years, an oropharyngeal swab will also be accepted.
    6. The government of Sint Maarten has implemented a mandatory COVID-19 insurance for all travelers with destination Sint Maarten with the exception of Sint Maarten residents, transit passengers departing the same day flight crews , transiting cruise ship crews , French nationals residing in France or a French territory, BES-ZVK insured  and AUC faculty and students (special procedure). The insurance purchasing process is an integrated step in the EHAS application. Travelers requiring the COVID-19 insurance must complete this process upon applicationFor more information on and all questions related to the COVID-19 insurance please visit www.sxmprotectionplan.com or contact customer support at [email protected]
    7. The application must be completed in order to be processed. This includes proof of a negative COVID-19 test result, information on the vaccination status (including official proof of completed vaccination in case fully vaccinated), recovery information on a COVID-19 infection and the purchase of the mandatory COVID-19 insurance in case required. Children must have the online health form filled out by their parents. Provide a working personal email address on which you are reachable.
    8. All incoming passengers are subjected to temperature checks and other screening protocols and may be subjected to mandatory testing at their own expense. Failure to comply with the screening at the Health Check Point upon arrival will result in you not being cleared to enter St. Maarten and sent back to your originating country. If re-tested upon arrival you will be required to self-quarantine at your place of lodging/residence until the test results are known.
    9. Applicants will receive confirmation of their accepted application. Non-completed applications will be automatically deleted within a day after the provided travel date.
    10. If health authorization is pre-approved, you will receive a (printable) pre-authorization PDF via e-mail, which must be presented at check in and to the health and immigration authorities upon arrival. This PDF will also contain a QR code which will show the vaccination status and COVID test result when scanned. Keep the original rt-PCR or antigen test result and proof of vaccination always with you. Please check your spam/junk mail folder as well in case you haven’t received a response. If health authorization is not pre-approved, you will receive an e-mail informing you that health pre-authorization has been denied.
    11. Adherence to all other safety and hygiene protocols like social distancing, mandatory face mask wearing and hand sanitizing where required

ST. LUCIA

  1. No Test Needed for Fully Vaccinated Travelers
    1. There is no requirement for pre-travel test or quarantine for fully vaccinated travelers. Fully vaccinated travelers must provide a valid vaccination record as requested on check in, for boarding and on entry to Saint Lucia.
      1. *Fully vaccinated means two weeks has passed since the second dose of a two-dose vaccine, or since a single-dose vaccine. Vaccine proof must be presented on entry to Saint Lucia.
  2. Unvaccinated Travelers
    1. Unvaccinated travelers aged 5 years and older must have a valid negative Standard COVID-19 PCR test done within 5 days prior to arrival
  3. Required for travel:
    1. Vaccinated Travelers – Your vaccination proof
    2. Unvaccinated Travelers – Your test results
    3. All Travelers – Health Screening Form
  4. The Health Screening Form should be downloaded and printed, and must completed before disembarkation in Saint Lucia for ease of processing on arrival
    1. Saint Lucia Health Screening form HERE
  5. The requirement for the upload of documents (PCR tests and vaccine card) has been suspended from April 05, 2022 until further notice.
    1. IMPORTANT: Agents (airline/ship) must ensure that vaccinated travelers have their vaccine proof, and unvaccinated have a valid Standard PCR test result before granting permission to board. Persons who refuse to provide proof of the requirements should not be boarded.
  6. FOR UNVACCINATED TRAVELLERS – IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT YOUR TEST
    1. The test (sample collection) must be administered by, or supervised by a healthcare professional – an unsupervised self swab is not accepted. Check the details of the test carefully with the provider before booking a test
      1. TESTS/SAMPLES THAT ARE ACCEPTED
        Nasopharyngeal sample, oropharyngeal sample, nasal sample, oropharyngeal, anterior nares sample and mid turbinate samples, sample collection performed by a healthcare professional, self-administered sample collection supervised by a healthcare professional.
      2. TESTS/SAMPLES THAT ARE NOT ACCEPTED
        LAMP tests, unsupervised self-administered tests, home kits, saliva samples.
  7. IMPORTANT!!! Test results MUST include:
    1. The name, address and telephone number of the lab where the sample was taken
    2. Your name (please make sure this is correctly recorded and must match the name on your passport/travel document)
    3. Your date of birth (please make sure this is correctly recorded)
    4. The date the sample was collected – this must show as the sample collection date: ‘test date’ will not be accepted
    5. The type of test and the method of testing
    6. The result of the test

ST. VINCENT AND THE GRENADINES

  1. PHASE #10 – Commencing Monday, January 11, 2021
  2. Travelers to St. Vincent and the Grenadines MUST ARRIVE WITH a negative SARS-CoV-2 RT-PCR Covid-19 test result as per the following:
    1. High Risk Countries: Barbados, United States of America, including the United States Virgin Islands (USVI), China, United Kingdom, Germany, Guyana, Suriname, Belize, St. Lucia, Grenada, Jamaica, Trinidad and Tobago, Dominican Republic, Mexico, Brazil, India, Panama, Argentina, Peru, Haiti, Colombia, South Africa, Nigeria, Indonesia, Philippines, Italy, Bahamas, Canada, Turks and Caicos Islands, France (including overseas regions), Spain and Russia.
    2. Must arrive with a negative result of a Covid-19 (RT-PCR) test done no more than seventy-two (72) hours or three (3) days before arrival.
    3. May be retested for COVID-19 (RT-PCR) on arrival in SVG.
    4. MUST Mandatory quarantine for fourteen (14) days in a Tourism Authority/MOHWE approved Transition/Quarantine Hotel at their cost. Must arrive with proof of the fully prepaid reservation.
    5. MUST transfer to the Transition Hotel in an approved AIA taxi or approved vessel (plane or ferry) at own expense.
    6. Must be retested between day four (4) and day (7) of quarantine.
  3. PROCESS ON ARRIVAL:
  4. Arrival Assessment to include:
    1. Approval of SARS-CoV-2 test result by Port Health Team.
    2. Collection of a nasal swab specimen for a COVID-19 PCR test from all qualifying disembarking travelers.
    3. All travelers will be assessed by the Port Health Officers to determine their final level of risk and the length of mandatory quarantine required.
    4. All travelers will be required to monitor their temperatures and other symptoms for the next 10 days and report any abnormalities to the local health authority.
    5. All travelers with a positive COVID-19 PCR test result will be isolated in an approved accommodation/facility at the traveler’s own cost.
  5. REQUIREMENTS OF DISCHARGE FROM QUARANTINE:
  6. Objective measures:
    1. Negative PCR Test
    2. Not a close contact of a positive COVID-19 case
  7. Subjective measures:
    1. Absence of signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  8. Not determined to be at high risk for being exposed to COVID-19

TOBAGO

  1. Airports and borders remain closed to non-nationals.

TURKS AND CAICOS

  1. Effective May 01, 2022 – the Government has maintained that all visitors must be fully vaccinated on arrival in the Turks and Caicos Islands. However, visitors are no longer required to provide a negative COVID-19 test and insurance to gain entry. What is more, all passengers will no longer be required to upload their details to the TCI Assured portal, as it will be discontinued on Saturday, April 30, 2022
  2. All Visitors 18 and over must show proof of vaccination (to airline and TCI Immigration)
  3. No TCI Assured Portal
  4. No Mandatory Insurance
  5. No COVID-19 Test

CENTRAL/SOUTH AMERICA AND MEXICO

BELIZE

  1. As of July 12, 2022 COVID related entry requirements have been eliminated.
  2. No vaccination or booster certificates.
  3. No pre-departure testing, including for the unvaccinated.
  4. No post-arrival testing.
  5. No post-arrival quarantine, irrespective of immunization status.
  6. No mandatory health insurance

COSTA RICA

  1. Starting April 01, 2022 the temporary immigration measures for entering Costa Rica – put in place due to the COVID-19 pandemic – are repealed. This eliminates the requirement to complete the epidemiological form known as the Health Pass and the requirement of medical insurance for unvaccinated foreigners. All commercial establishments, activities, and events can operate at 100% capacity. Costa Rica maintains the requirement for the mandatory use of masks, the protocol for washing hands and taking temperatures, as well as compliance with health protocols for each tourist activity.

GALAPAGOS

REQUIREMENTS TO ENTER ECUADOR (MAINLAND)

  1. All visitors aged 3 and older must present certification of vaccination (a card or QR code with a certificate) against COVID-19, with the final dose administered at least 14 days prior to arrival, OR a laboratory-certified
    negative RT-PCR test result issued within 72 hours prior to the flight departure. Children aged two and younger are exempt.
  2. All visitors must complete and present a Traveler Health Declaration Form (one per family) Traveler Health Declaration  prior to boarding the flight and present it to customs upon arrival in Ecuador.
  3. Alternatively, a digital form can be completed (one per person) Digital Form 
  4. Upon arrival, you will be screened for symptoms including a temperature check and complete a customs form. Arriving travelers who present symptoms may be subject to a random rapid antigen test.

REQUIREMENTS TO ENTER GALAPAGOS

  1. All visitors aged 3 and older must present certification of vaccination (a card or QR code with a certificate) against COVID-19, with the final dose administered at least 14 days prior to arrival, OR a laboratory-certified negative RT-PCR test result issued within 72 hours prior to the flight departure. Children aged two and younger are exempt.
  2. It is recommend that guests be fully vaccinated with a booster or arrive to Ecuador with a negative test result valid for entry to Galapagos.
  3. Entry requirements change frequently according to the evolution of the epidemiologic situation. Please check for the current requirements up until your departure for Ecuador and Galapagos.

HONDURAS

  1. Honduras Immigration Pre-Check: The first prerequisite for entering the country is to complete the online Immigration Pre-check Form found here: https://prechequeo.inm.gob.hn/  If you have any issues, use the following link instead: https://ee.humanitarianresponse.info/x/3LC6FbGX
  2. Helpful Tips:
    1. For the country of origin, select “Estados Unidos” for the United States.
    2. The form cannot be submitted until 48-hours of your arrival date. Before the 48-hours time frame, you can advance the process by registering on the site and completing the questions; however, you must wait until you’re within the 48-hours time frame to submit. (This is to avoid excess records in the immigration system).
    3. It is best to complete the form on a desktop or laptop rather than a mobile device.
    4. You will receive a response via email, and you will need to print it out and carry it with you.
    5. To make things speedier during check-in at the immigration desk, highlight your name, pre-check #, and travel date.
  3. COVID-19 Vaccine Card Required for Fully Vaccinated Travelers to Enter Honduras effective June 16th, 2021. If you are fully vaccinated for COVID-19 and traveling at least 14 days after your final shot, you DO NOT need to get tested for COVID-19.
  4. Requirements to enter Honduras:
    1. The ORIGINAL vaccination card given to you at the vaccination site.
    2. The travel date must be 14 days or beyond the last scheduled dose of your vaccine (A single dose of J&J/Janssen or 2 doses of all other vaccines.)
    3. You are considered fully vaccinated for COVID-19: 14 days or more after you have received the second dose in a 2-dose series (Pfizer-BioNTech, Moderna, AstraZeneca), or 14 days or more after you have received a single-dose vaccine (J&J/Janssen).
  5. COVID-19 Testing Required for Non-Vaccinated or Not Fully Vaccinated Travelers. If you are NOT vaccinated or NOT fully vaccinated, you WILL need to get tested for COVID-19.
  6. NOTE: this includes testing children from 3+. Infants 2 and younger do not have to be tested

MEXICO

  1. No restrictions or requirements for travel by air to Mexico.

AFRICA

SOUTH AFRICA AND MOZAMBIQUE

  1. Travelers intending to visit South Africa and Mozambique will be expected to produce a PCR (Polymerase Chain Reaction) Test that is not older than 72 hours from the time of departure from the country of origin to South Africa. This test must be conducted by a certified medical practitioner and should have the name and signature of the practitioner who conducted such test.
  2. Upon arrival in the port of entry, the traveler will be screened for any Covid-19 symptoms or for contact with people who have been infected with the COVID-19 virus. Travelers will also need to provide proof of accommodation address should they need to self-quarantine at the time of arrival in the country. TAC will send a letter of invitation statin the address of the accommodation establishment.
  3. Should the traveler display any COVID-19 related symptoms or been in contact with an infected person(s), they will be expected to take mandatory COVID-19 test. This test will be at the traveler’s cost. If the COVID-19 test comes back positive, the traveler will be subjected to a 10 day quarantine at a designated site. The accommodation at a quarantine site will be at the traveler’s cost.

ASIA, MICRONESIA, SOUTH PACIFIC, PACIFIC & OCEANIA

AUSTRALIA

Vaccination

  1. All inbound travelers must declare their vaccination status to enter Australia. Please see the proof of vaccination webpage for further information on the type of proof you need. https://www.health.gov.au/health-alerts/covid-19/international-travel/proof-of-vaccination

Australia Travel Declaration

  1. All inbound passengers should complete an Australia Travel Declaration (ATD) prior to departure. https://covid19.homeaffairs.gov.au/australia-travel-declaration.  Certain parts of the Australia Travel Declaration must be completed prior to departure, such as needing to declare your vaccination status. See the Department of Home Affairs website for more information. https://www.homeaffairs.gov.au/

Pre-departure testing

  1. Please note these changes came into effect on Sunday January 23, 2022. Travelers are reminded that it is their responsibility to ensure they meet the requirements of the airline they are travelling with and any countries they transit through.
  2. All inbound passengers must provide a negative accepted COVID-19 test result. These tests can be either:
  3. A nucleic acid amplification (NAA) test, such as:
    polymerase chain reaction (PCR, or RT-PCR) test
    Transcription mediated amplification
    Loop-mediated isothermal amplification; or a
    A rapid antigen test (RAT) (also described in some countries as a lateral flow antigen detection test or similar). This must not be confused with a lateral flow antibody detection test. For the purposes of pre-departure testing it must be an antigen test.
    Serology tests are not accepted.
  4. The NAA test must be done within 3 days before the day of the flight’s scheduled departure.
  5. The RAT must be done within 24 hours of the flight’s scheduled departure time.
  6. Accepted COVID-19 test results
  7. Your COVID-19 test result can be paper-based or electronic.
  8. Your results must refer to mandatory requirements:
    1. Traveler name and date of birth (age at time of test or passport number accepted, if date of birth not listed)
    2. The test result (such as ‘negative’ or ‘not detected’)
    3. The method of test conducted e.g., NAA test or RAT
    4. The brand and make of the test (for RAT tests)
    5. The date (for RAT also include time) of specimen collection for the accepted COVID-19 test
    6. That the specimen for the test was collected, and the test was carried out by or under the supervision of and, signed by an authorized person (see below). If this information is not provided, you will not be able to check in and board the aircraft.
  9. For a NAA test, the laboratory will provide you with your result.
  10. For a RAT, the test must be undertaken by or under the supervision of a medical practitioner (e.g., pharmacist, general practitioner, nurse, pathologist, pathology collector or trained personnel at airport-based testing stations).

EGYPT

  1. Airline must provide the Health Declaration form at the departure airports and insure that the passengers have filled and signed it before boarding the flight (on the international flights) which will be delivered to the Quarantine Authorities upon arrival.
  2. Effective from Sept. 01, 2020 and till further notice, all passengers travelling from (Japan / China / Thailand / North America / South America / Canada / London (Heathrow) /Rome / Paris / Frankfurt / New Zealand / Australia/South Korea) Must be in possession of a negative PCR test taken 96 hours or less before departure time.
  3. All children “regardless their nationalities” under 6 years old are exempted from PCR test.
  4. Transit Passengers (who are not entitled For Hotel Accommodation and will be staying at Cairo Airport till their onward Flight) don’t require having a PCR Test upon Arrival.
  5. Transit Passengers (who are entitled For Hotel Accommodation and will not be staying at Cairo Airport till their Onward Flight) must be in Possession of Negative PCR Test even if their Final Destination don’t need require a Negative PCR Test to be able to accommodate them in Hotel.
  6. *The submitted PCR certificate will be accepted if it meets these requirements:
    1. It includes the hour and the date of sampling, which is the date on which the number of hours will be counted.
    2. Issued by an authorized accredited laboratory and stamped with the laboratory’s stamp and does not contain scraping, cancellation or addition.
    3. Indicating the type of sample taken for the swab.
    4. Indicating that the type of test is (RT – PCR).
    5. Certificate is accepted in Arabic or English language.
    6. The RT-PCR certificate must be an original paper certificate (Copy is not allowed).
    7. International Passengers (who are travelling directly)  to (Sharm el Sheikh / Taba / Hurghada / Marsa Alam) airports who failed to submit a valid PCR test, shall undergo the PCR test upon arrival to those airports with charge of 30 USD. “Those passengers will be isolated in their hotels till the PCR test result is received and “In case the PCR is positive, passenger will be self-isolated in his / her room at the hotel and to coordinate with the Egyptian Ministry of health”.

FIJI

  1. Fully vaccinated international travelers entering Fiji will no longer require a pre-departure COVID-19 test As of Sunday May 01, 2022, fully vaccinated visitors flying  into Fiji will no longer be required to produce a COVID-19 pre-departure PCR or Rapid Antigen Test. The change applies to all international visitors entering Fiji by air or sea and is a move that is in line with best practice entry requirements among highly vaccinated communities.
  2. All visitors aged 16 years and above must be fully vaccinated.
  3. All international travelers entering Fiji will now only need to follow the below entry requirements.
    1. Be fully vaccinated if you are 16 years old and above with a Fiji recognized dose (carry vaccination proof)
    2. Book an in-country COVID-19 RAT (rapid antigen test) prior to departure to Fiji. The test must be completed within 48 – 72 hours of arrival into Fiji. These can be booked at entrytestfiji.com
    3. Have trusted travel insurance with COVID-19 coverage

INDONESIA

  1. For the latest information visit COVID-19 Travel & Visa Information webpage to help prepare and plan in advance for your travels and entry into Indonesia, as detailed by the Government of Indonesia.
  2. You MUST download Indonesia’s Peduli Lindungi app, on your phone, and register your vaccinations PRIOR to travel.
  3. PCR tests are NO LONGER required for those fully vaccinated before or upon arrival, to Indonesia.
  4. Indonesia has resumed VOA (Visa On Arrival) for 60 nationalities & VEA (Visa Exemption Arrangement) for selected ASEAN members entering Indonesia, including major hubs such as Bali, Jakarta, Manado, Makassar airports.  Those nationalities not on the list may apply for an eVisa (B211A) BEFORE arrival.
  5. Official updates & travel requirements via Wonderful Indonesia website / Embassy of Indonesia (Singapore)

MALAYSIA

  1. Travelers to Malaysia must fulfil the following General Protocols by the Malaysian authorities:
    1. Before departure to Malaysia
      1. Download and update the MySejahtera app within a week before departing for Malaysia.
      2. Travelers may refer here for Guidelines to Install and Register MySejahtera.
      3. Complete the pre-departure form via the “Traveler” icon.
        1. Travelers with overseas-issued COVID-19 vaccine certificates must verify their digital COVID-19 vaccine certificates on mysafetravel.gov.my
        2. Foreign travelers are required to purchase COVID-19 medical insurance with minimum value of USD $20,000
        3. Fully vaccinated travelers will be issued a “Digital Traveler’s Card” and it will be reflected on their MySejahtera app.
        4. Partially or unvaccinated travelers will be issued a digital Home Surveillance Order (HSO) and it will be reflected on their MySejahtera app.
        5. Travelers who do not have a traveler card display or HSO instructions on MySejahtera app are not allowed to continue their journey.
      4. Travelers aged seven (7) years and above must take RT-PCR test two days before departure to Malaysia and upload the results on MySejahtera. Exceptions are given to travelers aged six (6) years and below (based on year of birth).
      5. Post Covid-19 patient with infection between 6 to 60 days before departure must undergo a professional RTK-Antigen test 2 days before departure.
    2. Within 24 hours upon arrival in Malaysia:
      1. Passengers aged seven (7) years and above are required to take a professionally administered RTK-Antigen test either at a private health facility or clinics approved by MOH’ s within 24 hours.
      2. The RTK-Ag test results will be displayed in MySejahtera.
  2. Note: International passengers transiting in KLIA to Sabah and Sarawak must undergo COVID-19 RTK-Ag test in KLIA.
  3. Please click here for General Procedure for Travelers at Air, Sea and Ground Crossing to Malaysia by Ministry of Health.

MALDIVES

  1. Pre Flight COVID-19 Testing NO longer required.
  2. HEALTH DECLARATION FORM REQUIRED The Health Declaration Form (HDF) must be filled in and submitted by all visitors within 72 hours of departure flight to the Maldives and once more before you depart from the Maldives. You may submit the form electronically  http://imuga.immigration.gov.mv/
  3. Please check all requirements for transit airports on your way to Male.

MICRONESIA (CHUUK/TRUK, YAP)

  1. Commercial flights to and from Micronesia remain very limited. Federated States of Micronesia has declared a “state of public health emergency”.
  2. No passengers are allowed to disembark any air or sea vessel originating outside of Federated States of Micronesia

PALAU

  1. All travelers are no longer required to show a negative COVID-19 test result or documentation of recovery from COVID-19, before entering the country. COVID-19 vaccination is still a requirement and travelers must submit proof of complete vaccination with final dose administered at least 14 days prior to departure to the Republic of Palau.

PAPUA NEW GUINEA

  1. All persons (18 and older) must be fully vaccinated and have vaccination proof to travel to PNG. A person is considered fully vaccinated if they have had the recommended number of doses for an approved vaccine
  2. Complete a PNG Health declaration form online. Click Here
  3. Apply online for a 30 day tourist visa with this link, and select under Visa type “Visitor”
  4. All people, except those under 5 years of age, arriving into PNG will be antigen tested  for COVID-19 upon arrival at their point of entry
  5. There shall be no quarantine for any person, except for persons who test positive (twice) on arrival who shall be quarantined for 7 days in an approved hotel and at traveler’s own cost.

PHILIPPINES

  1. Starting May 30, 2022 the Philippine government will no longer require a COVID-19 pre-departure test for incoming passengers who are fully vaccinated and had received at least one booster shot.
  2. Foreign nationals aged 18 and above who have received the primary series COVID-19 vaccine and at least one COVID-19 booster shot are exempted from the pre-departure RT-PCR test requirement. Proof of full vaccination including booster is required.
  3. Also exempted are foreign nationals aged 12 to 17 who are “fully vaccinated” as well as foreign nationals aged below 12 who are accompanied by their fully vaccinated and boosted parents or guardians.
  4. Travel insurance is also no longer required but recommended. A valid passport (must have 6 months before expiration) and a return ticket are still needed.

SOLOMON ISLANDS

  1. The Solomon Islands border opened on July 01, 2022 and there are no longer any quarantine requirements on entry. Visitors are required to provide a negative pre-arrival PCR test taken within 72 hours of their arrival time in the country and be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. Please bear in mind the time difference and time it takes to get the result when organizing the PCR test.

TAHITI/FRENCH POLYNESIA

  1. A SARS-CoV-2 virus genome test (list of approved and non approved tests) has to be carried out by all travelers from 6 years old in a health authority center (hospital, clinic, medical Center, COVID-19 testing Center, or medical analysis laboratory) within three days before the flight to Tahiti (at the passenger’s expense).Ex: If the flight departs on a Monday at 11pm, the passenger needs to take the test the preceding Friday.
  2. Please note for example, that Antigen, Antibody, Self Testing or Rapid Tests of any kind, including rapid RT-PCR tests such as the Abbott ID are not accepted by the Health Authorities of French Polynesia and aircraft boarding will be denied. Consult the list of approved and non approved tests.
  3. The results of this test must be negative and will need to be presented to airline staff upon check-in prior to boarding the flight to French Polynesia.
  4. Travel insurance is mandatory for anyone who does not have French nationality. If the insurance does not cover the costs in the event of a pandemic, commit to the health costs generated in French Polynesia, including in case of infection with COVID-19.
  5. Complete the Sanitary entry form online on the dedicated digital platform ETIS.pf [Electronic Travel Information System].
  6. Once completed a receipt with an ETIS number will be issued by email
  7. A printout of this receipt must be presented upon check-in together with the test results in order to be able to board the flight to French Polynesia and both documents will need to be presented upon arrival at Tahiti’s Faa’a international airport.

THAILAND

  1. From July 01, 2022, foreign nationals are only required to show proof of either a certificate of vaccination or a negative RT-PCR or professional ATK test result within 72 hours of travel. These can be in a print or digital format. Random checks will be made on arrivals at Thailand’s international airports or land border checkpoints (in 22 provinces).
  2. Unvaccinated/not fully vaccinated travelers who are random checked and who are unable to show proof of a pre-arrival negative test will be required to undergo a professional ATK test at the point of entry.

NORTH AMERICA

HAWAII

  1. All Travelers must complete the state of Hawai’i’s Safe Travels Hawai’i program application form, uploading COVID-19 test result or vaccination record document (if applicable) and obtaining your QR code PRIOR TO departure will significantly reduce your airport screening and processing time at arrival.
  2. As of July 08, 2021 Travelers vaccinated in the United States can bypass the State of Hawai‘i’s mandatory 10-day mandatory quarantine.
  3. Travelers wishing to bypass quarantine who are ages five and older and who choose not to participate in the vaccination exception program will be required to take a Nucleic Acid Amplification Test (NAAT) from a certified Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendment (CLIA) lab in order to bypass the State of Hawai’i’s 10-day mandatory quarantine. The test will need to be taken no more than 72 hours before your flight departure time. If you have a multi-city flight itinerary, the departure time is from the last city you leave before arriving at a Hawai‘i airport (e.g. if your travel is from Chicago to Seattle to Honolulu, the departure time to look at is your flight from Seattle).
  4. The State of Hawai’i will accept test results ONLY HERE

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