Grenada removes 48-hour quarantine for fully vaccinated travellers
Carriacou, Grenada

Grenada removes 48-hour quarantine for fully vaccinated travellers

GEORGE’S, GRENADA — Grenada has eliminated its 48-hour quarantine for all fully vaccinated travellers.

This marks the first major update to the destination’s ‘Pure Safe Travel’ protocols since July 31 when it implemented a policy requiring all non-nationals to be fully vaccinated for entry.

Fully vaccinated travellers entering Grenada, Carriacou and Petite Martinique with a WHO-approved vaccination must still present a negative PCR test taken no more than 72 hours before travel.

In addition to the 48-hour quarantine removal, Grenada has made several other updates to its entry protocols:

  • Persons traveling to Grenada will no longer be required to fill out a ‘Pure Safe Travel Authorization Certificate.’
  • Travelers will now be required to fill out a Health Declaration Form, which can be accessed at gov.gd. A physical copy of the certificate must be presented upon arrival to Grenada.
  • Vaccinated visitors will no longer be tested on arrival unless deemed necessary by Health Officials during health screening (symptom review and temperature checks). As a result, the fee for on arrival testing has been waived.
  • Fully vaccinated travelers are required to present their original vaccination card as proof of vaccination to the airlines and upon arrival in Grenada.
  • Vaccination card or certificate must be in English.
  • Fully vaccinated travelers can now use their personal transportation or can be picked up by a fully vaccinated individual.

For more information go to www.puregrenada.com.