COVID-19 Precautionary Measures in Grenada (29 October Update)

Can a resident enter the country?

  • Yes

  • Citizens and permanent residents can enter.

Can a foreigner enter the country?

  • Yes

  • Borders opened for regional travel and foreigners with certain exceptions.

  • Foreign countries have been divided into categories based on the new COVID 19 case rate per 100,000 population. The categories are CARICOM travel bubble countries, low-risk countries and other countries (medium and high-risk). The requirements for arriving passengers are as follows:

  • CARICOM travel bubble countries are Antigua & Barbuda, Montserrat, Grenada, Barbados, Dominica, St. Lucia, St. Vincent & the Grenadines, St. Kitts & Nevis.

  • Low-risk nations: Countries with less than 20 new COVID 19 cases in the past two weeks are considered as low-risk nations. The list of low-risk countries can be accessed at this link:

  • Other Countries: Travellers from countries other than the low-risk and travel bubble countries.

Is a test required on arrival?

  • Yes, with exceptions

  • Travellers will undergo health screening on arrival, which may include testing.

  • All visitors (except for CARICOM bubble and Low-risk countries) will be given the option to have a PCR test done on the fourth day of their stay to terminate quarantine or remain in the hotel for the remaining period of their stay. Returning residents will also be required to have a test on the fourth day to go back to their homes.

Test certificate required?

  • Yes

  • All the travellers will be required to provide a negative COVID-19 test certificate, taken within the last 7-days before entering Grenada.

Is quarantine required on arrival?

  • Yes, with exceptions

  • Travellers (except for CARICOM bubble and Low-risk countries) will be required to quarantine for five days upon arrival in a government-approved accommodation.

Insurance required?

  • Yes

  • All non-national travellers will be required to get travel health insurance that covers all expenses related to COVID-19, such as isolation, tests and treatment.

Entry form required?

Recommended Border App

  • Yes

  • Travellers must download and register in Grenada’s contact tracing app, named Ronatrac Mobile App The app is currently only available on the Android platform.

Airline restrictions

  • Minimal

  • Some international flight services have resumed. Regional commercial flights are operating.

  • Anyone with UK Emergency Travel Documents is allowed to enter and transit through Grenada.

Border restrictions

  • Minimal

  • Borders are open.

  • Travellers arriving on yachts must pre-register on Yachts that are not registered will not be allowed to enter Grenada. All crew members of the yachts are required to get a COVID-19 PCR test done, not more than seven days before arriving in Grenada. All yachts will be required to anchor in the Saint George's quarantine anchorage.

  • There are limited ferry services to Carriacou and Petit Martinique.

Curfew restrictions

  • Minimal

  • There are no curfews or lockdowns in place.

Social distancing restrictions

  • Minimal

  • A maximum of 20 attendees are allowed in social events.

Internal travel restrictions

  • Minimal

  • Inter-island domestic ferry services have resumed at a reduced level.

  • Buses and taxis are currently allowed to operate with full capacity, based on their insurance policies. Face masks are mandatory in public transportation.

Non-essential shops open?

  • Yes

  • Businesses, including shops, are open and can operate normally.

Accommodations open?

  • Yes, with exceptions

  • Some hotels are open.

Restaurants open?

  • Yes

  • Restaurants are allowed to open until 22:00 daily.

Beaches and tourism sites open?

  • Yes

  • Beaches are currently open.

*Personal care services open? *

  • Yes

  • Businesses are open and can operate normally.

Places of worship open?

  • Yes

  • Churches are open.

Events allowed?

  • Yes

  • A maximum of 20 attendees are allowed in weddings, funerals and other social events.

Masks required in public?

  • Yes

  • Face masks or face covers are mandatory in any public place or vehicle with another person. In open areas, citizens or residents must maintain a physical distance of at least six feet from the next person.

  • Failure to observe the restrictions could result in a fine or detention.


  • Nightclubs are currently closed.

  • Doctors, dentists, and opticians, hospitals, medical facilities, pharmacies, and medical supply businesses are open.

  • Registered or bona fide fishers, farmers, butchers, insurance companies, and firms providing security guard services are allowed to open.

Advice For Travellers

The COVID-19 epidemic is changing constantly worldwide. This information is subject to change as the situation evolves. Travel and border restrictions may change with little or no notice. Some countries are beginning to remove some restrictions gradually. Check with your airline, booking agent, or country's embassy for information on your specific travel plans.