St Kitts and Nevis drops Covid vaccination and testing rules

St Kitts and Nevis has dropped its Covid vaccination and testing requirements for arrivals.

Previously, vaccinated arrivals were required to present proof they were fully jabbed, while unvaccinated travellers were not permitted to enter the Caribbean country.

However, as of August 15, all Covid testing and vaccination rules have been dropped, meaning arrivals can enter by filling in an online customs and immigration form.

The St Kitts Tourism Authority shared the update on its website. It read: “All unvaccinated and vaccinated travellers are permitted to enter the Federation of St Kitts and Nevis. This includes citizens, residents and international travellers.

“Travellers are required to complete and submit an online customs and immigration form before arrival.”

Several other destinations have dropped their Covid entry requirements in recent weeks, including St Helena and Malaysia.

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