Immunized and Non-Immunized Travellers to Follow Different Coronavirus Regulations when Arriving in Bermuda
On Tuesday, May 4, the Bermuda Government released the Quarantine (COVID-19) (No. 3) Amendment Order 2021.
The act mandates that, effective June 6, all non-immunized persons arriving into Bermuda will have to undergo supervised quarantine for 14 days at a designated government facility at their own expense, before being able to freely move around the island.
“ A person under quarantine shall not depart from the place of quarantine during the quarantine period, except for the purpose of attending an official place of testing for COVID-19 as directed by a Health Officer,” the amendment reads.
Immunized persons arriving on the island who have received a negative pre-arrival test will not be required to quarantine if their COVID-19 arrival test is negative, but they will still be required to be tested for the virus on days 4, 8 and 14.
Immunized persons arriving on the island who have not received a negative pre-arrival test will be required to quarantine until receiving their day 4 negative test result.
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