Barbados drops quarantine rule for vaxxed visitors

Barbados removed the mandatory second PCR test and quarantine requirement for travelers entering the country who are fully vaccinated against Covid-19.

These travelers now need only proof of a PCR test done three days before arrival and their vaccination card.

Unvaccinated travelers must also show proof of a negative PCR test to enter Barbados, and they must quarantine for five days at a pre-approved accommodation, take a PCR test on day five at one of the approved labs or testing hotels at their own expense and continue to quarantine until a negative test result is received.

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All travelers must fill out and upload the Immigration and Customs form 24 hours prior to arrival. Like all arriving travelers to the U.S., travelers must take the required rapid antigen test 24 hours before leaving Barbados to return to the U.S. The test is $50 and can be done at one of several sites on the island.

Close to 54% of the eligible population on Barbados (those 12 years and up) has been fully vaccinated, according to the online NationNews.

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