St. Kitts and Nevis has tweaked entry requirements.
The Caribbean nation, which allows entry only for travelers who are fully vaccinated, has reduced its “vacation in place” quarantine period from nine days to three days, according to Timothy Harris, prime minister.
Most Caribbean islands have reopened to international tourism, and several islands have begun adopting two-track entry regulations for vaccinated and unvaccinated travelers. Here are the latest developments for travel from the U.S.
Travelers will be tested for Covid-19 on day four and can freely move about the island upon receipt of a negative test result. Unvaccinated children under 18 traveling with their parents must observe the same three-day protocol.
All other entry requirements remain in place, including completion of a travel authorization form, submission of an official vaccination card, along with arrival date and special KN number generated on the completed travel form.
Travelers must upload a negative PCR test result completed within 72 hours of arrival and have a health screening on arrival. Unvaccinated children under 18 traveling with family must observe the same protocols as their parents.
Further details are available at the St. Kitts tourism website.
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