As of July 31st, 2021 persons entering Grenada either by air or sea must be fully vaccinated with a WHO-approved vaccination.

  • Exemptions to fully vaccinated status are: Citizens, Residents, Persons under 12, Diplomats and Airline crew on layover. 
  • Citizens include persons carrying a Grenadian passport, or proof of citizenship or who were born in Grenada. 
  • Residents include holders of permanent resident status, work permit or letter of employment from the Government of Grenada.
  • All travellers over the age of five (5) are required to have a negative PCR test for SARS CoV2 taken within three (3) days (72 hours) of arrival in Grenada from their last port. For travellers by sea, the PCR test must be within 72 hours of embarkation from the last port of call before arriving in Grenada.
  • On arrival, all travellers will present their Health Declaration Certificate and their negative PCR test to health screeners for verification.
  • Unvaccinated travellers must pay the SARS CoV2 test fee of XCD $135.00 [US $50.00] for PCR test ahead of their trip, and before filling the health declaration form, at
  • Fully Vaccinated travellers are required to have a PCR test taken upon arrival to Grenada, however, they are not required to quarantine. Please note there is no payment for this test.

Requirements for travellers previously infected with COVID-19

A person(s) who recently had COVID-19, may be allowed to travel to Grenada with the following documentation as evidence of recovery:

  • The positive COVID-19 viral test result on a sample taken no more than 90 days before arriving in Grenada; AND
  • A letter from a licensed healthcare provider or a public health official stating that you were cleared to travel; AND
  • A negative Rapid Antigen Test taken no more than one (1) day before arriving in Grenada

All other persons six years and over MUST have a negative PCR test within three (3) days of traveling to Grenada.

Protocols for fully vaccinated travellers to Grenada

Fully vaccinated travellers

  1. All travellers over the age of five (5) are required to have a negative RT PCR test for SARS CoV2 taken 72 hours before travel to Grenada.
  2. Will not be required to quarantine on arrival as long as you remain negative. 
  3. Will be tested on arrival to Grenada based on global risk assessment by Health Officials during health screening.
  4. May use personal or other types of transportation.

As of 31 July 2021, immigration officers will deny entry to visitors who are unvaccinated against the Covid-19 virus. This does NOT apply to Grenadian Citizens or Residents. 

Unvaccinated travellers:

  • Are required to have a confirmed reservation at an approved accommodation for quarantine.
  • Are required to use authorized airport taxis for transportation to their quarantine site.
  • Are required quarantine for seven (7) days at an approved accommodation (the day of arrival being day zero) and on day five (5) must do a repeat PCR Test for SARS CoV2 to be allowed into the community. 
  • Unvaccinated persons MUST receive confirmation of a negative PCR test after day five (5) and clearance from public health officials in order to be permitted to leave their quarantine site. 
  • If your day five (5) test is positive the traveler will be required to remain in isolation for 14 days (day one being the date the sample was collected) at a designated facility (this may be the existing quarantine facility or another based on an assessment of risk).
  • Travellers must pay the SARS CoV2 test fee of  XCD $135.00 [US $50.00] for PCR test ahead of their trip, and ideally before filling the health declaration form, at

Vaccinated and unvaccinated in a travel party:

  • Travellers who normally reside in the same household will be treated as UNVACCINATED, if a member of that household (12 years of age or older) is part of the travelling party, and has not been fully vaccinated.
  • Adults travelling in a group where some are vaccinated and others are not, and choose not to separate, shall all be treated as UNVACCINATED.

Getting vaccinated adds one more layer of protection for you, your coworkers, your family, and your loved ones:

  •  COVID-19 vaccine is available to all Grenadian nationals and residents free of cost
  • The AstraZeneca vaccine is safe and has been approved by the World Health Organization
  • The most common side effects are pain in the arm where you got the shot, feeling tired, headache, body aches, chills, and fever. These side effects usually last 24-48 hours.
  • Stopping a pandemic requires using all the tools we have available—wearing masks, physical distancing, washing hands frequently, and getting vaccinated.
  • Get vaccinated by visiting health clinics in Grenada, Carriacou and Petite Martinique (Mon – Fri, 9 a.m. – 2 p.m.)

In the News

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