Located where the Atlantic and Caribbean meet, Antigua and Barbuda is known for reef-lined beaches, majestic rainforests, and awesome resorts. This country has been welcoming tourists since June 4th.
Are There Mandatory Testing and/or Quarantine Upon Arrival?
Firstly, all visitors arriving in Antigua and Barbuda will need to present a negative Covid-19 RT-PCR test taken within 7 days of departure. Passengers may also be tested on arrival. Passengers who test positive may face mandatory quarantines.
The recommended quarantine period for COVID-19 is 14 days. However, if you test negative for COVID-19 using a test approved by the MOHWE, you may be released from quarantine.
Entry Rules For Antigua and Barbuda
- A negative PCR Covid test no longer than 7 days from departure.
- Anyone arriving in Antigua and Barbuda by air should complete a health declaration form and present a negative COVID-19 test, no older than 7 days.
- All arrivals will be subject to additional screening upon arrival.
Safety Measures and Health Protocols
- Masks are mandatory in all public spaces.
- Social distancing is in full effect
- Arriving passengers should expect temperature checks
- Visitors must fill out this Passenger Registration Form at least 72 hours before boarding their flight going to Antigua and Barbuda
What’s Open in Antigua and Barbuda?
- Public transportation in Antigua and Barbuda is operating between 5:00 and 23:00 but under social distancing rules.
- Restaurants in Antigua and Barbuda that have passed government inspection are open.
- Most non-essential businesses and attractions in Antigua and Barbuda remain closed.
- Gyms that have passed inspection are allowed to open
- Beaches are open between 5:00 and 19:00 but only for swimming.
- A night-time curfew is in place between 23:00 and 5:00.