- Following a month-long closure due to a COVID-19 cluster of cases, Anguilla is ready to reopen in a week and a half.
- The quarantine period for fully-vaccinated travelers has been reduce to 7 days.
- Being fully vaccinated is defined as receiving the last dose of the vaccine at least 3 weeks before arrival on the island.
Today the Government of Anguilla announced that the island’s borders will reopen to visitors on May 25, 2021. This is following a month-long closure for the effective management of a cluster of active COVID-19 cases, identified on April 22.
In light of the successful containment of this recent cluster, and the progressive vaccination program on island, the Government of Anguilla has reduced the quarantine period to seven (7) days for visitors who are fully vaccinated; meaning visitors who have had their last dose of vaccine administered at least three weeks before arrival on island.
“We suffered a temporary setback when we had to close our borders on April 22,” declared the Hon. Parliamentary Secretary Tourism, Mrs. Quincia Gumbs-Marie. “We acted swiftly and implemented a number of proactive measures to manage and contain this cluster of infections, along with an expanded vaccination outreach. The result is that we are confident we can now safely reopen while protecting the health of our residents and visitors.”
The previously released measures will remain in place: