Data Last Updated: September 06, 2020
Mask is required to be worn in all public indoor, public transport and all outdoor areas.
On 12 June, the authorities in Anguilla announced their entry into “phase two” of the COVID-19 response, which includes the reopening of places of worship and restaurants.
Residents can leave their homes to obtain essential goods, attend to a medical issue, for banking purposes, or to perform outdoor recreational activities for no more than 90 minutes between 0500-1800, while maintaining a proper distance from others. Some nonessential businesses have been allowed to resume, including financial, insurance, legal, and information technology companies, as well as those selling computers and stationery supplies.
It is obligatory to wear face masks in public places; No handshakes or kissing, instead use non-contact greetings for social interactions. No large gatherings allowed.
Airlines & Transport
The closure of all seaports and airports to passengers will be maintained until 31 October. Cargo shipments have continued, and the government has allowed several charter flights for the departure of visitors from the territory. Authorities also announced a ban on the use of boats in Anguilla's waters, including those involved in fishing. Cargo vessels are exempted.
Status of Opening to Tourists
Information based on tourists place of residence being in that country for the last 14 days
Antigua and Barbuda
Bosnia and Herzegovina
British Virgin Islands
Central African Republic
Democratic Republic of Congo
Isle of Man
Northern Mariana Islands
Papua New Guinea
Republic of Congo
Saint Kitts and Nevis
Saint Pierre and Miquelon
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
Sao Tome and Principe
Svalbard and Jan Mayen
Trinidad and Tobago
Turks and Caicos
U.S. Virgin Islands
United Arab Emirates
Wallis and Futuna
The Eastern Caribbean paradise of Anguilla officially reopened its borders for tourism as of August 21, 2020. The good news is that Anguilla is currently COVID-19 free and all travelers are welcome to visit!
However, strict multiple testing and quarantine requirements apply as of now to all visitors.
Here are the current COVID-19 entry requirements and restrictions you should be aware about if planning to travel to Anguilla.
Who Can Enter Anguilla?
All countries are welcome to visit Anguilla. That is to say, everyone eligible for a visa and if granted the travel authorization applying on Anguilla's official tourism website.
Before Arrival: Travel Requirements
Before traveling to Anguilla, all visitors must be granted pre-approval by applying for Travel Authorization on the Official Anguilla Website. And visitors from low-risk countries will be prioritized for a travel authorization.
All travelers should also submit a negative PCR test result no older than five days before arrival. Travelers should also submit a travel insurance policy that covers COVID-19.
Visitors must stay at approved accommodations that are listed on the official website.
Are There Testing and/or Quarantine upon arrival?
On arrival, all travelers must undergo another COVID-19 PCR test. After that, travelers will then undergo self-isolation in their villa/accommodation for a period of 10-days. After the self-isolation, travelers will be given another COVID-19 PCR test.
If at that time they test negative for COVID-19, that's the time they will be able to explore the island.
In addition, wearing of face masks is not mandatory when you're in Anguilla. It is however mandatory at the the airport.
What's Open in Anguilla?
- Most of the hotels are not operating but there are accommodations open that can be found on Anguilla's official website.
- Public transport is operating
- Restaurants are open for dine-in but with limited operation hours
- Boutiques, shops, and other activities are open.
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Information for Non-Tourists
Repatriation of Anguillians from countries and territories with active cases of less than 0.2% are still allowed.
All persons arriving in Anguilla under the repatriation process is bound by the Quarantine (COVID) rules, signed by the Ministry of Health of June 5, 2020.
These regulations require mandatory 14-days quarantine for all. Anyone failing to comply with these regulations commits and offense pursuant to section 7(2) of the Quarantine Act.
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Graph of COVID-19 Cases In Last 30 Days