Starting August 22nd, unvaccinated travelers will be able to visit the islands
According to the Bermuda Tourism Authority, Bermuda is easing restrictions for unvaccinated travelers.
Starting August 22nd, unvaccinated travelers will be able to visit the destination.
Previously unvaccinated visitors aged 12 and over were required to apply for a Medically Reasonable Vaccination Exemption to enter Bermuda Islands.
“The pandemic is not over yet, but today Bermuda has the tools and processes in place to protect ourselves and our communities,” said BTA interim CEO Tracy Berkeley. “Our updated travel protocols will make it easier to visit our island, further accelerating the return of tourism to Bermuda in 2022.”
Unvaccinated travelers to Bermuda will be required to take a Covid test for no more than than two days before landing in Bermuda, and then take the test again on the fourth day of their vacation.
They must also have valid health insurance to enter Bermuda and must upload proof of their travel insurance to Bermuda for approval.