Bermuda’s latest travel protocols have officially come into effect.
The new rules, which began on November 7, require all visitors aged 12 and over to present proof of current vaccinations, as well as a negative test.
Negative tests include antigen or PCR options; antigen tests must be taken and received within two days of arrival; PCR tests must be taken and received within four days of arrival.
All travelers aged 2 and over must present proof of negative test.
The proof of vaccination does not require a reminder.
All travelers must complete the Bermuda online travel form (you can find it here) and submit the necessary documents.
No further testing is required upon arrival in Bermuda.
The launch of new protocols comes as Bermuda prepares for a wave of relaunch of the airlift to the island.
This includes daily JetBlue flights from Boston on March 27; daily American Airlines flights from Philadelphia on April 5; United Airlines daily service from Newark beginning May 6; and a resumption of Air Canada flights on May 1.
“People are ready to travel and Bermuda can’t wait to welcome them back,” said Douglas Trueblood, BTA’s director of sales and marketing. “While we remain committed to taking the utmost precautions, our new guidelines have been designed with convenience and comfort in mind, in addition to safety. Additionally, with multiple daily flights returning this spring, the island is easily accessible again.
To learn more, visit Bermuda.