This article was originally published on December 15, 2021, and was updated on December 20, 2021, to reflect new information.
December 16, 2021 Update: The government of Bermuda has amended entry requirements so that all visitors aged 18 years and older traveling to Bermuda must be fully vaccinated. Previously, these requirements had applied to all travelers aged 12 years and older.
- Travelers over the age of 18 will be required to be fully vaccinated for entrance
- Citizens and residents of Bermuda who leave the island for three days or less will be eligible to utilize pre-departure test results as arrival test results
- Expedited test result processing for all travelers
On December 13, 2021, the government of Bermuda made several updates to its entrance and quarantine requirements for fully vaccinated travelers:
- Travelers over the age of 18 must be fully vaccinated to travel to Bermuda
- Citizens and residents of Bermuda who leave the island via airway for three days or less are permitted to use their pre-departure test as an arrival test upon return
- All travelers will still be required to undergo PCR testing upon arrival in Bermuda unless otherwise noted
- Travelers who require an expedited test result on arrival will be permitted to pay an additional fee of $100 for test result processing to be prioritized. The payment can be made when filing for travel authorization into Bermuda
What are the Changes?
The government of Bermuda will require travelers over the age of 18 to be fully vaccinated, ease some testing requirements for eligible citizens and permanent residents of Bermuda, and enable travelers access to expedited processing of PCR entrance test results.
Continue to check the government of Bermuda’s website for additional information and updates.
Source: Government of Bermuda