Last updated September 7, 2022
As of June 12, travelers entering the United States by air are no longer required by the CDC to present negative Covid test results or proof of recovery from the virus.
International travelers who are not U.S. citizens are still required to provide proof of vaccination, however.
Note that cruise lines voluntarily follow their own set of protocols and may require passengers to submit negative test results before boarding.
As of June 1, visitors no longer have to apply online for entry permission. However, each traveler must continue to show proof of full vaccination as well as negative results from a PCR test no older than three days or a rapid antigen test no older than two days. Flyers must present these documents before boarding aircraft and upon arrival in Anguilla.
Results from self-administered home testing kits, including video-proctored tests, are not accepted. Anguilla defines "fully vaccinated" as having received the last dose in the primary series of shots more than 14 days prior to the arrival date.
Testing upon arrival to the island has been discontinued, except for visitors who show up without results from an accepted test.
For more information: Go to IVisitAnguilla.com.
Antigua and Barbuda
All arriving passengers must show proof of full vaccination. Negative test results are no longer required from those travelers. Kids ages 18 and younger are excused from the vaccine requirement, but kids ages 5 to 17 must have negative PCR or antigen test results no older than four days.
For more information: See the latest travel advisory.
Aruba has lifted all Covid-19 travel restrictions for international visitors. Neither proof of vaccination nor negative Covid-19 test results are required to enter the country. However, all travelers must still complete Aruba's online Embarkation/Disembarkation Card process and purchase Aruba Visitors Insurance at a cost of $15 per visitor age 15 or older.
On the island, nearly all Covid restrictions have been dropped as well. Masks are still mandatory at the airport and recommended in spaces where social distancing is difficult.
For more information: Visit Aruba.com.
Effective June 19, the government of the Bahamas is removing the Covid testing requirement for fully vaccinated visitors. All unvaccinated travelers ages 2 and older must continue to obtain negative Covid-19 test results—from either an RT-PCR test or a rapid antigen test—taken no more than three days before travel and present the results at check-in before leaving for the Bahamas.
Also on June 19, the government is eliminating its Travel Health Visa, which required an online application and mandatory fee.
For more information: See the latest travel updates from the Bahamas Ministry of Tourism.
Fully vaccinated travelers no longer need to present negative Covid test results to enter Barbados. Unvaccinated visitors, however, must have negative results from a PCR test taken no more than three days before arrival or a rapid test taken no more than one day before arrival. Download the BIMSafe mobile app to complete necessary entry forms and upload test results or proof of vaccination.
For more information: Go to VisitBarbados.org.
Before arriving on the island, complete an online travel authorization process, which includes a fee of $40 per traveler. If you're vaccinated, you'll need a negative PCR test result no older than 4 days upon arrival or negative antigen test results no older than 2 days.
All test results submitted by unvaccinated visitors must be no older than 2 days upon arrival, and those travelers will need to take a pre-scheduled Covid test 4 days after arrival. No on-island testing is required of fully vaccinated visitors. Additionally, unvaccinated travelers must show proof of having travel health insurance.
For more information: Go to Bermuda's official tourism website.
British Virgin Islands
Travelers are no longer required to provide proof of vaccination or negative Covid test results to enter the British Virgin Islands. The government has also stopped screening passengers for Covid-19 upon arrival, and has lifted requirements to register via online portal and present proof of travel insurance.
For more information: Visit the BVI's government website.
The government of the Cayman Islands has lifted all Covid-related travel restrictions. International visitors are no longer required to apply for entry permission online, present negative Covid-19 test results, or show proof of vaccination. The government has dropped its mask requirements as well, though individual businesses may set mask rules of their own.
For more information: Go to VisitCaymanIslands.com.
Visitors are no longer required to show proof of vaccination or negative Covid test results to enter Cuba. A random sampling of people will be tested at the airport, however. As in the days before the pandemic, Americans may travel to Cuba only after receiving approval from the U.S. government in one of 12 categories.
For more information: Visit the website of Cuba's tourism ministry.
Covid testing is no longer required to visit Curaçao. Regardless of vaccination status, each traveler must complete the online digital immigration card and passenger locator card no more than 48 hours before travel.
For more information: Visit Curacao.com.
Dominica no longer requires visitors to complete a pre-arrival form online. Additionally, Covid testing requirements have been lifted for fully vaccinated visitors.
Each unvaccinated traveler must present negative results from a PCR test no older than 72 hours upon arrival or an antigen test no older than 48 hours upon arrival.
For more information: See Dominica's latest travel advisory.
The Dominican Republic no longer requires Covid-19 testing for entry, and proof of vaccination isn't required, either. Instead, authorities at airports and other points of entry randomly administer breath tests to a small percentage of incoming arrivals and to anyone exhibiting symptoms. Each visitor must complete electronic entry and exit forms (including a health affidavit and customs declaration) accessible via online portal.
For more information: See the coronavirus updates at GoDominicanRepublic.com.
Grenada has lifted all Covid-19 entry restrictions for travelers. Regardless of vaccination status, visitors are not required to provide Covid test results, fill out health forms, or quarantine upon arrival.
For more information: See the travel advisory on Grenada's official tourism website.
All Covid-related health restrictions have been lifted. International visitors no longer have to provide proof of vaccination or negative results from Covid tests taken before travel or after arrival in Guadeloupe.
For more information: Visit Guadeloupe's official tourism website.
Effective April 16, international travelers will no longer be required to provide Covid-19 test results to enter Jamaica. You do not have to be vaccinated or complete a travel authorization process to visit the island, either.
Jamaica's mask mandate for enclosed public spaces expires April 15.
For more information: Visit Jamaica's tourism website.
Each traveler must show negative PCR test results obtained no more than 72 hours before travel or negative antigen test results obtained no more than 48 hours before travel. Fully vaccinated visitors must also show proof of vaccination. In addition to meeting the testing requirements, unvaccinated visitors must provide a "compelling reason" for traveling to Martinique.
For more information: Visit the official government website.
Proof of vaccination, Covid-19 tests, and quarantines are not required for visiting Mexico. Additionally, travelers no longer have to fill out an online health form before arrival.
The island has dropped all Covid travel restrictions for domestic visitors. That means U.S. travelers are no longer required to provide proof of vaccination or Covid-19 test results. Non–U.S. citizens arriving on international flights must be fully vaccinated to enter Puerto Rico.
On the island, Puerto Rico has removed capacity limits and lifted the requirement to show proof of vaccination or test results to enter many indoor establishments. Masks are not mandatory but recommended in certain situations.
For more information: See Puerto Rico's travel guidelines.
Fully vaccinated visitors may enter the island without pre-arrival testing. Unvaccinated travelers must provide negative results from a PCR test taken within three days of arrival or an antigen test taken within two days of travel.
St. Kitts and Nevis
As of August 15, the government of St. Kitts and Nevis has dropped all Covid-related entry restrictions. Travelers do not need to provide proof of vaccination or negative test results to enter. Each visitor should complete the Online Immigration and Customs ED Form before arrival in order to speed progress through the airport. But receiving pre-travel authorization from the government is no longer required.
For more information: Consult the latest government travel advisory.
The government has removed all Covid testing and vaccination requirements for visitors. However, travelers must still complete a health screening form before arrival. Masks remain mandatory on public transportation, according to news reports.
For more information: Visit StLucia.org/covid-19.
St. Martin/Sint Maarten
Visitors who are fully vaccinated or have recovered from Covid-19 in the last nine months no longer need to present negative test results. To be considered fully vaccinated, the date your vaccination was completed can't be more than a year ago, unless you got a booster shot. The booster must have been received more than 14 days before travel, however.
Unvaccinated visitors must present negative PCR test results no older than 48 hours before arrival or negative antigen test results no older than 24 hours.
Regardless of vaccination status, all visitors must complete the online health authorization, which includes the mandatory purchase of Covid-19 insurance at a cost of $15 for travelers ages 15 and older.
For more information: See the official travel requirements checklist.
Turks and Caicos
The government of Turks and Caicos has removed all Covid entry restrictions for vaccinated visitors. All travelers ages 18 and older must still show proof of vaccination (via printed card or digital record) to enter the islands, but are no longer required to submit negative Covid test results or present proof of travel insurance. Additionally, travelers no longer need to upload information to the government's online health portal.
For more information: See the official Turks and Caicos tourism website.
U.S. Virgin Islands
Americans entering St. Croix, St. John, and St. Thomas from other parts of the U.S. no longer have to submit proof of vaccination or negative test results. Non-U.S. citizens arriving by sea or air, including from the British Virgin Islands, must be fully vaccinated but are no longer required to show negative test results.
For more information: See the official USVI web page for Covid-19 updates.