The health and wellbeing of all who enter or reside in The Bahamas remains the number one priority, and diligent efforts are enforced to minimize the spread of COVID-19. The following travel and entry protocols have been put in place to ensure The Bahamas is a safe and clean destination for all to enjoy.
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The Bahamas Poised to Seamlessly Integrate New CDC Order into Existing Protocols
NASSAU, Bahamas, January 13, 2021 – Yesterday, the U.S. Centres for Disease Control and
Prevention (CDC) announced that all air passengers flying to the U.S. from a foreign country will
be required to show proof of a negative COVID-19 viral test (PCR or Antigen test), taken no
more than 3 days prior to the flight. This new regulation will apply to all travellers ages 2 and
older, including U.S. citizens and international travellers. The order will go into effect on
January 26, 2021.
Furthermore, any person who has tested positive for COVID-19 in the last three months must
be prepared to show documentation of recovery, which consists of proof of their positive viral
test, coupled with a
NASSAU, Bahamas, January 7, 2021 – The Government of The Bahamas has issued updated public health measures, effective as of Monday, January 4, as well as new protocols for inter-island travel from Nassau & Paradise Island or Grand Bahama Island.
All travellers to The Bahamas are required to abide by these entry and inter-island travel protocols that help keep the country safe for all to enjoy. An overview of updates are as follows:
Prior to Travel:
COVID-19 RT-PCR Test
All persons travelling to The Bahamas, and those travelling inter-island from Nassau & Paradise Island or Grand Bahama Island, must obtain a negative COVID-19 RT-PCR (swab) test taken no more than five (5) days prior to the date of arrival. See details