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Anguilla Revises Tourist Testing Rules

Anguilla has announced a day 4 Covid-19 testing requirement for all international travellers.

Due to come into effect on 1st October, is in addition to the PCR test conducted on arrival, in which a single payment of £145 will cover the cost of both tests.

There are no quarantine requirements for fully vaccinated adults, pregnant women, or children under the age of 17, staying at hotels, resorts or licensed villas.

Guests must remain at their accommodation while awaiting the result of their test-on-arrival, usually given within 12 hours.

Provided this is negative, visitors can move freely around the island in between testing negative on arrival and their day 4 test.

Different rules are in place for visitors staying with people living in Anguilla, at a private home or in rental accommodation which is not a licensed villa.

All international visitors must also submit proof of a negative Covid-19 PCR test taken three to five days prior to arrival on the island. Proof of vaccination must also be uploaded to an entry application portal.

Anguilla is currently on the UK governments green list for travel.

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