St Kitts and Nevis will allow only fully vaccinated travelers to enter the islands

The borders of St Kitts and Nevis have been closed for non-vaccinated travelers till next orders

St Kitts: According to the new guidelines by PM Timothy Harris, now only vaccinated travellers can enter the boundaries of St Kitts and Nevis that will come in implementation from May 29. These guidelines will be in action till further orders.

The escalating COVID-19 cases are the reason that the country has released these strict guidelines. The first case was reported on May 19 2021 that involved a national with no travel history.

For getting entry on the island, the travellers have to send their Vaccination report card of COVID-19 as proof with Travel Authorization Form . Children under 18 years will only be allowed to enter the island if he or she is accompanied by parents those are fully vaccinated.


Before starting the journey, the traveller has to fill the Travel Authorization Form; with this, they should submit the vaccination report card and their COVID-19 PCR test result if it is negative and is not old than 72 hrs before starting travelling.

PM Harris said that the Federation of St. Kitts and Nevis has also instituted an 11 p.m. to 5 a.m. daily curfew in addition to the new entry rules. The curfew period will extend for 14 days.

Officials said 61 confirmed COVID -19 cases in the country, with 45 cases fully recovered and no deaths had been reported so long.


Families staying nine or fewer days must adhere to “vacation in place” guidelines. The Four Seasons Resort Nevis, the Golden Rock Inn, the Marriott Vacation Beach Club, the Montpelier Plantation & Beach resort, the Paradise Beach resort, the Park Hyatt hotel and the Royal St. Kitts Hotel are the government approved hotels for St. Kitts and Nevis visitors.

Also, families vacationing in the country for 10 or more days will be required to follow Vacation in Place guidelines until day 14, after which children will be tested. Vaccinated parents travelling with non-vaccinated children will be prohibited from integrating into the Federation community until proof of negative test results is obtained for children on day 14.

Arriving travellers will undergo an airport health screening, including a temperature check and health questionnaire. Approved travellers are required to vacation in place at an approved hotel for nine days.

Jacob Smith

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