The super gorgeous twin Caribbean islands of St. Kitts and Nevis have announced plans to welcome only vaccinated travellers going forward. These islands have now become one of those destinations to have taken such strict vaccination-related travel protocols.

The islands will now only welcome tourists who are fully vaccinated but unvaccinated kids under 18 accompanied with their vaccinated parents are exempt from the requirement.

As per the St. Kitts Tourism Authority, all oversea tourists need to be vaccinated with Pfizer/BioNTech, Moderna, or AstraZeneca or Johnson & Johnson. After getting their shots, travellers must wait at least 14-days before planning their trip to the islands.

Also, travellers should carry their negative RT-PCR test not older than 72 hours. Then they’ll have to book
Travel Approved hotels, and
Vacation in Place for at least a week. According to the authority, travellers will be allowed to move freely throughout the property and use all the amenities. In case someone wishes to stay for more than a week, they’ll have to take another RT-PCR test.

According to the local reports, a total 52.5 percent of the twin island’s residents have received at least one vaccine shot. Nearly 14.5 percent of the population is fully vaccinated. Till now, the islands have reported 74 COVID-19 positive cases and no deaths.

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