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 13, Diplomats, Airline crew on layover

Citizen: Persons carrying a Grenadian passport, or proof of citizenship, born in Grenada

Resident: Holders of permanent resident status, work permit, letter of employment from the Government of Grenada.

Protocols for fully vaccinated travellers to Grenada

The following applies to fully vaccinated travellers

  1. Book approved accommodation for a MINIMUM of 2 nights
  2. Apply for travel authorization
  3. Get tested 72 hours prior to travel
  4. Show Travel Authorization Certificate AND copy of negative RT-PCR test before boarding
  5. Show a copy of the vaccination card and the negative PCR test upon arrival
  6. Get PCR tested on arrival in Grenada
  7. Receive results in 48 hours
  8. Free to enjoy Grenada if PCR test is negative, and you have been medically cleared by the Ministry of Health. Children under 13 will spend 48 hours in quarantine once they are accompanied by a fully vaccinated individual.

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. 

  1. Book approved accommodation for a MINIMUM of 7 days
  2. Apply for travel authorization
  3. Get tested 72 hours prior to travel
  4. Show Travel Authorization Certificate AND copy of negative RT-PCR test before boarding
  5. Get tested on day 5
  6. Receive results in 48 hours
  7. Remain in isolated quarantine up to day 7 regardless of whether negative test results have been received or not
  8. Continue to monitor and report for 7 days after being released from quarantine

Travellers must meet one of the following criteria before applying for home quarantine.

  • If the person travelling is, or persons in the travelling party are over 65
  • If the person travelling is fully vaccinated
  • Travelling with young children or minors in their party
  • Diplomats or Government Officials
  • Have a disability or medical condition
  • Any other extenuating circumstances, in the event that there is something that Health officials did not consider
  • Home must be inspected and deemed suitable for home quarantine (Apply at least 7 days prior to travel)

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.)

Quarantine is used to keep a person who might have been exposed to COVID-19 away from others.

Self-quarantine helps prevent the spread of COVID-19 which can occur before a person knows they are sick or if they are infected with the virus without showing symptoms.

People in quarantine must:

  • Stay at home or in their hotel room
  • Separate themselves from others
  • Monitor their health
  • Follow directions from the Ministry of Health

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