Anguilla (Photo via Sarah Greaves-Gabbadon)
Anguilla’s Ministry of Health announced that beginning August 8, all fully vaccinated travelers entering Anguilla no longer need to present a recent negative pre-arrival test result upon entry.
The island is also changing its entry requirements for unvaccinated travelers. Beginning August 8 as well, unvaccinated travelers only need to provide a recent negative pre-arrival COVID-19 test result; no quarantine or post-arrival testing is required.
Vaccinated travelers are only exempt from providing a pre-arrival test result as long as they provide proof of full vaccination to the airline upon check-in and upon arrival in Anguilla and St. Maarten.
Unvaccinated children under 18 years of age can enter Anguilla, provided they are accompanied by their fully vaccinated parents or caregivers.
The last time Anguilla’s entry requirements were simplified was June 1, when the island’s online entry portal requirement ended.
Anguilla is classified by the U.S. State Department as a Level 1 risk; the CDC classifies the island as a Level 3 risk, as it does the majority of the countries of the world, due to a high positivity rate of COVID-19. The CDC recommends travelers remain up-to-date on their COVID-19 vaccinations prior to visiting the island.
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