This Caribbean nation is now open to vaccinated tourists

St. Kitts and Nevis, the Caribbean nation has a new set of rules for international travellers where they have reduced restrictions for international travellers.  Dr The Hon. Timothy Harris, Prime Minister of St. Kitts and Nevis said that the vacation in place period of fully vaccinated travellers has been reduced to 3 days from 9 days which has been followed till now.

So, what is Vacation in Place?

Vacation in Place is the quarantine period for international travellers where they need to stay after landing in the nation in any travel approved hotels. Previously, it was 14 days long which was reduced to 9 days and as per the latest news, it has further been decreased to 3 days. According to these new rules, on the 4th day of vacation in place, the tourist will be allowed to move out of the facility when the test report comes back negative.

The country has announced that its international borders are open for both air travel and sea travel. Non-vaccinated children under the age of 18 with parents who are fully vaccinated are also welcome into the country. Children will spend the same period of vacation in place along with their parents.

The Caribbean nation of St Kitts and Nevis has achieved a good result in getting citizens vaccinated where around 69.7% of the population are vaccinated with at least 1 dose and around 57.6% people are fully vaccinated. This was achieved due to a vaccination drive.

Travellers who are fully vaccinated are allowed to enter the country, but exemptions are in place for citizens and residents. Travellers must also bear in mind that covid protocols are still in place and they need to follow them at all times.

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