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Non-vaccinated adults will be banned in Bermuda

Visitors aged 12 and older who have not been vaccinated will be denied entry into Bermuda as of March 7. Visitors must present confirmation of immunization as well as a negative antigen or PCR test result obtained no more than two days prior to their scheduled arrival date.

It is necessary to submit supporting documentation to a traveler authorization form between 24 and 48 hours before to arrival.

Adults who have had vaccinations will have an easier time. The COVID test performed upon arrival, as well as following tests performed on days 4 and 10 of a traveler’s stay, will be abolished.

According to Bermuda’s definition, being fully vaccinated means having received a complete course of a COVID-19 vaccine (one or two doses), with at least 14 days having elapsed between the last dosage and the date of arrival on the island.

Visitors under the age of 12 do not need to be immunized if they are accompanied by family members who have received the necessary vaccinations. Visitors who have recently recovered from COVID but who test positive on a PCR test will not be permitted to enter the facility despite having received their vaccination.

In order to enter the country, tourists must submit a travel permission form and pay $75, which covers the entrance test and any further tests. The present requirements for vaccinated visitors will stay in force until March 7. A negative PCR or antigen test result obtained four days previous to arrival is also required of the applicants.

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