Anguilla has lifted its four-day quarantine requirement for leisure visitors staying at hotels, resorts and licensed villas, regardless of their length of stay.
Visitors staying with persons living in Anguilla at a private home or rental accommodation which is not a licensed villa are still required to quarantine for four days.
Visitors will be tested on arrival at the airport in Anguilla and must stay in place at their accommodation while awaiting the results, which are usually delivered within 12 hours.
Once a negative test result is received, visitors are free to leave the property and explore the island. However, all visitors will be tested on day 4 of their stay. If a traveler tests positive, he will quarantine at his accommodation until a negative result is reached.
To cover the costs, a testing fee of $200 will be charged, effective Oct. 1. If visitors are staying longer than one week, they will also will have to pay for a third test.
The other entry protocols remain unchanged. Only fully vaccinated travelers are allowed entry. Children 17 and younger and pregnant women are exempt from the test requirement. Visitors must apply through the visitor portal at ivisitanguilla.com, submit a negative Covid-19 test result three to five days before travel and provide proof of vaccination and medical insurance.
The vaccination proof must be the legally issued card/identification by the country administering the vaccine and will be reviewed by Anguillan authorities to ensure authenticity.
Masks are required in indoor public spaces.
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