Visitors reminded of COVID 19 Protocols

Travellers to Barbados are reminded that they must adhere to all COVID-19 protocols, as set out in the Emergency Management COVID-19 Protocol (No.2) Directive, 2020.

Visitors attending private parties, recreational or competitive sporting events, banquets, balls, receptions, any social event, and meetings of fraternal societies must wear face masks; and practise strict physical distancing protocols and follow instructions given by the COVID-19 Monitoring Unit.

Tourists who provide false or misleading information to the Chief Immigration Officer or Chief Medical Officer pertaining to their accommodation in Barbados will be guilty of an offence.

They are reminded that when placed in quarantine they must remain on the premises of the private residence or hotel, and not receive any visitors.

Any person who contravenes the Directive, without reasonable explanation, is guilty of an offence and is liable on summary conviction to a fine of $50,000, or to imprisonment for a term of one year, or both. (BGIS)

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  1. Hello. We plan to travel to Barbados soon from a Tier 1 low level Covid 19 area of The UK for our Honeymoon in your Beautiful Country! This will be our third visit. Please explain in detail the actual protocol of travelling before, during and leaving Barbados? Thank you. Glenn Harris

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