TORONTO — Grenada has once again updated its travel restrictions, allowing fully vaccinated travellers to present results from either a PCR or rapid antigen test.
The updated travel protocols require all persons to have a negative PCR or NAAT test taken within three days of arrival in Grenada, or a negative rapid antigen test taken within one day of arrival.
Grenada currently accepts fully vaccinated visitors only. There is no quarantine upon arrival.
The entry process is as follows:
- Fully vaccinated travellers are required to present proof of vaccination upon arrival in Grenada, as well as a negative PCR or rapid antigen test. A Health Declaration Form is also required, available here.
- Vaccination card or certificate must be in English.
- Original vaccination card is required.
- All fully vaccinated travellers will undergo health screening on arrival (symptom review and temperature checks).
- Visitors will present their Health Declaration Certificate, negative COVID test and their vaccination card to Health Screeners for verification.
- Visitors will not be tested on arrival unless deemed necessary by health officials during health screening.
- Visitors will proceed to Immigration for processing.
- Visitors may use personal or other types of transportation.
For more information on travel to Grenada, go to covid19.gov.gd.