Barbados currently lies in the Covid-19 Level 2 warning state with a moderate risk of infection.
The CDC advises that at-risk travelers are to avoid non-essential travel to Barbados. Travelers entering Barbados from medium or high-risk countries are required to complete their online immigration form and present a validated negative PCR Covid-19 test result taken within 3 days prior to entry.

Travelers are then required to undertake a second Covid-19 test, 4 – 5 days after entering Barbados while being monitored for 7 days. Awaiting test results, travelers are permitted restricted movement on their respective pre-approved accommodation- limited access to areas on the property with no access to beaches and public spaces. Once negative, travelers are free to participate in everything Barbados has to offer.

Travelers entering Barbados from low-risk countries are also required to complete their online
immigration form and present a negative PCR Covid-19 test result taken within 3 days prior to
entry. Once validated and clearance from immigration, Customs, and Port Health Officials is
granted, travelers are permitted to exit the airport.

Travelers entering Barbados from very low-risk countries having no travel history 21 days prior
to entry are not required to present Covid-19 test results.

Travelers must follow all local Covid-19 health protocols and regulations while on the island and are asked to report any Covid-19 symptoms to public health officials and relevant personnel.