Starting August 8, 2022 Anguilla Eliminates Pre-travel Tests for Fully-Vaccinated Visitors: Unvaccinated Visitors Can Enter with Negative Pre-Travel Test

Villa Alegria New Anguilla Travel Protocols

Anguilla continues to relax its entry protocols, making it easier for vaccinated visitors to enter the island. Anguilla is also opening its borders to unvaccinated adult visitors who test negative prior to arrival, who were previously unable to visit Anguilla.

If you are fully-vaccinated (all ages) — there are no other COVID-19 prevention requirements for entry. Fully-vaccinated is defined as having received your final dose of an accepted, primary, COVID-19 vaccine more than 14 days prior to arrival. You will just show proof of your full vaccination to your aircraft or boat company, and again at arrival. 

If you are unvaccinated or NOT fully-vaccinated (all ages) — you WILL be able to enter Anguilla with a valid, negative COVID-19 test. Test must be a PCR or NAA test taken within 3 days of arrival OR a Rapid Antigen test taken no more than 2 days before arrival and will be presented to your airline, boat company, and again at arrival. Your test date is considered Day 0. The laboratory that processes the pre-arrival test must be accredited and test result must specify the name of the laboratory/clinic, your full name, type of test administered, sample collection date and indicate that the test was taken by nasopharyngeal swab. Self-administered/home testing kits (including video proctored) and antibody tests are NOT accepted. Exception: Unvaccinated or NOT fully-vaccinated visitors 5 years of age and under are not required to present a valid, negative COVID-19 test taken pre-travel, but if one is not presented, the child will be tested at arrival and have to wait for a negative result. We recommend securing all required tests before you arrive to avoid any surprises.

Please confirm procedures for providing evidence of vaccination or negative test with your airline.

TRAVELING THROUGH ST. MAARTEN ON YOUR WAY TO ANGUILLA?

Entry and travel protocols are different. Please visit https://stmaartenehas.com/travel-requirements/

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