Grenada Updates Protocols for Fully Vaccinated Travelers

With global vaccinations on the rise, Grenada has updated its "Pure Safe Travel" protocols. As part of the move, which coincides with the beginning of the holiday travel season, all fully vaccinated travelers entering Grenada, Carriacou and Petite Martinique, with a World Health Organization-approved vaccination and a negative PCR test, taken no more than 72 hours before travel, will no longer be required to quarantine for 48 hours upon arrival in the country. This is the first major update to the health and safety protocols since July 31 when the destination instituted a policy requiring all non-nationals be fully vaccinated to be granted entry.

Along with the 48-hour quarantine removal, Grenada has made several other updates to its Pure Safe Travel protocols. Persons traveling to Grenada will no longer be required to fill out a “Pure Safe Travel Authorization Certificate.” Also, travelers will now be required to fill out a Health Declaration Form, which can be accessed at A physical copy of the certificate must be presented upon arrival to Grenada.

Vaccinated visitors will no longer be tested on arrival unless deemed necessary by health officials during health screening (symptom review and temperature checks). As a result, the fee for on-arrival testing has been waived. Fully vaccinated travelers are required to present their original vaccination card as proof of vaccination to the airlines and upon arrival in Grenada. Vaccination card or certificate must be in English and fully vaccinated travelers can now use their personal transportation or can be picked up by a fully vaccinated individual.

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