Recent government travel advice for the United States, Mexico, Canada, Jamaica and the Greater Caribbean Islands

Despite the relaxation of government operations in the UK, strict measures are still in place in many countries around the world.

At the onset of epidemics, many governments introduced strict rules for international travel, some of which were outlawed.

That is why it is so important for anyone traveling abroad to know the rules, pay heavy fines, extortion, emergency checks, or return to the border.

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The Foreign and Commonwealth Office of Development (FCDO) publishes regular updates on each country’s travel rules.

Here’s the latest news on the United States, Mexico, Canada, and the largest countries in the Caribbean.

United State

Public health message displayed at Heathrow Terminal 5

Until vaccines are approved by the World Health Organization, fully vaccinated foreign nationals can enter the United States.

Passengers must show a negative Covit test taken more than one day after travel and provide their airline’s contact details.

Fully vaccinated travelers do not need to be isolated, but it is recommended that they be tested within three to five days of arrival.

Non-vaccinated travelers can enter the United States only if they are US citizens.

Children under the age of 17 are exempt from this requirement.

Mexico

Tourists at Cancun Beach Forum

According to the FCDO, there are no travel restrictions for people entering Mexico.

Passengers only need to register Mexico fly safely stage Before boarding your flight to a Central American country.

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Canada

The rules for traveling to Canada depend on your vaccination status.

Foreigners who have been fully vaccinated may enter the country for non-essential reasons but must:

  • Explain the condition of the vaccine
  • Government pre-arrival molecular testing performed within 72 hours of travel
  • No signs of goiter
  • Register in ArriveCan
  • Submit proof upon arrival

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You can enter Canada only if you have not been vaccinated if you are a Canadian citizen, permanent resident, family, temporary foreign workers and most international students.

You still have to go through dangerous hoops as if you were self-isolating for 14 days.

Cuba

Havana in Cuba

Travelers from the UK must obtain a valid Covit-19 vaccination certificate from their country of birth and undergo a PCR test within 72 hours of travel.

Children under 12 years of age are exempt from these requirements.

Haiti

From February 9, you must have evidence of a negative test (PCR or antigen), so as not to travel for more than 72 hours.

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You must also complete an on-flight health advisory.

Dominican Republic

Sunrise over Punta Ghana Beach in the Dominican Republic

Travelers from the UK must provide proof of complete vaccination or a negative PCR test taken within 72 hours of departure.

Temperature will be measured once all passengers arrive.

Passengers under the age of seven are exempt from these requirements.

Jamaica

Travelers arriving in Jamaica must take a PCR test within 72 hours of travel.

Travelers with all vaccinations may test negative and not be able to prove their vaccination status.

Otherwise, passengers are divided into three classes.

Jamaica is famous for its wonderful beaches.

Category 1: Residents: Jamaicans and non-citizens (including British nationals) who generally live in Jamaica

Passengers in this category who have not been vaccinated or who have not undergone a polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test should be isolated for 14 days.

If you are fully vaccinated, this can be reduced to 8 days. If you are fully vaccinated and do the PCR test yourself, you may be released from isolation once you get a negative result.

Category 2: Non-residents visiting Jamaica for tourism purposes and staying at a licensed “Anti-Paseo” hotel

Flexible corridors have been created to encourage the resumption of tourism.

Non-vaccinated travelers must stay in the ‘accommodation hall’ of the hotel/resort.

Category 3: Non-residents visiting Jamaica for business purposes

Business travelers who have not been vaccinated or have been incorrectly screened will be screened at the airport.

They must remain at the proposed hotel/address while awaiting the result.

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If positive, it should be isolated.

Trinidad and Tobago

Foreigners who have not been fully vaccinated will not be allowed to enter Trinidad and Tobago.

All arriving passengers must submit a negative PCR test that will be taken within 72 hours of departure.

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