Which Caribbean Islands are Most Vaccinated? As our clients weigh where to travel, Europe and the Caribbean remain the most popular travel destinations, given the continued border restrictions in Asia, Australia and New Zealand.
Most Vaccinated Caribbean Islands and North Atlantic Islands
Note that the percentages below reflect the percentage of the population that is fully vaccinated.
1. Cayman Islands: 72%
Cayman Islands Entry Requirements: Note that the Cayman Islands is in Phase 3 of the Cayman Islands Reopening Plan, and even fully vaccinated visitors are currently required to quarantine for 7 days. Quarantine is slated to be eliminated for fully vaccinated visitors starting in Phase 4, from mid-October 2021.
2. Bermuda: 66%
Bermuda Entry Requirements: Fully vaccinated visitors should take a PCR COVID-19 pre-test within the 4 days prior to arrival in order to avoid a mandatory quarantine until Day 4, when a COVID-19 test is taken. Visitors must also apply for Travel Authorisation and upload their negative test results. Fully vaccinated arrivals with negative results from the PCR COVID-19 test taken in the 4 days prior to arrival are tested on arrival and must quarantine until their arrival test result is received, typically late that evening. All visitors also take subsequent COVID-19 tests on Day 4 and Day 10. See Bermuda travel instructions for immunized visitors.
3. Turks & Caicos: 63%
Turks & Caicos Entry Requirements: Turks & Caicos requires visitors to be fully vaccinated, if they are 16 years and older. A negative result from an acceptable COVID-19 test taken within the 3 days prior to arrival and COVID-19 travel insurance are also required. See TCI Assured.
4 Anguilla: 60%
Anguilla Entry Requirements: Anguilla requires all visitors to be fully vaccinated (the only exemptions are children 18 and under and pregnant women; no medical exemptions granted; fully vaccinated means 21 days after the final dose). Additionally, all visitors must have negative results from an rt-PCR test using a nasopharyngeal swab sample taken 3-5 days prior to arrival done at a certified testing center and must apply for Anguilla Entry Permission. See Anguilla Entry Protocols.
5. St. Barths: ~55%
St. Barths Entry Requirements: Proof of vaccination (for everyone age 18 and older) and negative results from a COVID-19 PCR test taken within the 3 days prior to arrival (or negative results from a COVID-19 antigen test taken within the 2 days prior to arrival), for everyone age 10 and older.
6. Sint Maarten: 54%
7. British Virgin Islands: 41%
8. St. Kitts and Nevis: 41%
9. Antigua and Barbuda: 37%
Unfortunately, the Bahamas lags, with just 19% of its population fully vaccinated, as does St. Lucia, with only 16% of the population fully vaccinated.
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