MAYAG, in close communication with the Chief Medical Officer and the RGPF Immigration Department have issued the following advisory on COVID-19 general immigration procedures already in place and updated arrival procedures for yachts and small vessels which will soon be implemented.
As of 5 March these new formalities have not been implemented. Further information on the exact immigration procedures required will be provided by the Government of Grenada once the new procedures below have been implemented.
Please be guided accordingly.
Marine and Yachting Association of Grenada COVID-19 Advisory – 5 March 2020
The information below will be updated as necessary as new guidelines from the Government of Grenada are updated and published.
COVID-19 – Advice to Yachting Community.
Border control measures to screen passengers on all flights and vessels originating from mainland China and for people who have been in, or transited through, mainland China in the past 14 days will be on-going and persons may be subjected to quarantine measures on arrival
Visitors who have been to China, Japan, Italy, South Korea and Iran within the preceding fourteen days may be denied entry into Grenada or be subjected to Quarantine measures.
The Government has raised its public health threat level to HIGH and is now tracking travellers from Japan, South Korea, Iran,, Italy and Singapore, and monitoring the situation in the rest of Europe, the Americas and any other region where community transmission has been established.
Persons who arrive in the Grenada from an area where there is active community transmission of COVID-19, within the last 14 days, should advise Public Health immediately if they have a cough, or fever or shortness of breath. Public health officials are reminding visitors, if they have symptoms suggestive of respiratory illness, to seek medical attention and share their travel history with their healthcare provider, even if arriving from countries where fewer cases have occurred.
If you experience symptoms after arriving in Grenada then please call the COVID-19 Helpline on: 53-VIRUS (53-84787) for Digicel or 48-VIRUS (48-84787) for FLOW users, for further advice.
ARRIVAL FORMALITIES – Updated Immigration Procedures have not yet implemented but please check back for updates.