Stay away from Saint Kitts and Nevis if you are not Vaccinated

Stay away from Saint Kitts and Nevis if you are not Vaccinated

Make sure you are vaccinated and up to date with your COVID-19 vaccines before traveling to Saint Kitts and Nevis. If you are not up to date with COVID-19 vaccines, avoid travel to Saint Kitts and Nevis.
Before flying to Namibia, make sure you are fully vaccinated and up to date on your COVID-19 immunizations. Avoid traveling to Namibia if you are not up to date on your COVID-19 immunizations.
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COVID-19 Level 3: In Namibia, there is a high level of COVID-19.

Important Information for Visitors Visiting Saint Kitts and Nevis.

  • Before flying to Saint Kitts and Nevis., make sure you have all of your COVID-19 immunizations.
  • Avoid traveling to Saint Kitts and Nevis. if you are not up to date on your COVID-19 immunizations.
  • Even if your COVID-19 immunizations are up to date, you may still be at risk of contracting and distributing COVID-19.
  • In indoor public settings, everybody over the age of two should wear a well-fitting mask.
  • Even if you are up to date on your COVID-19 immunizations, if you have a weaker immune system or are at increased risk for severe disease, chat to your doctor about your risk and consider delaying travel to Namibia.
  • In Saint Kitts and Nevis., adhere to all requirements and suggestions.

If you must travel internationally, follow the regulations and guidelines for before, during, and after your trip.

Make certain to plan ahead of time.

Before you go, be sure you have all of your COVID-19 immunizations.

Follow all airline and transportation operator rules, as well as any restrictions at your destination, such as mask wearing, evidence of vaccination, testing, or quarantine.

Consider taking a viral test as close to the time of departure as feasible (no more than 3 days) before traveling to check for current infection.

Other countries’ requirements may differ from those of the United States. If you do not adhere to the rules of your destination, you may be denied entry and forced to return to the United States.

In enclosed areas of public transportation (such as airplanes, trains, buses, ferries) and transportation hubs (such as airports, stations, and seaports), everyone aged 2 years and older, including passengers and workers, should wear a well-fitting mask or respirator, especially in crowded or poorly ventilated areas such as airport jetways.

If you don’t want to travel, don’t go.
Even if you have recovered from COVID-19 within the last 90 days or are up to date on your COVID-19

immunizations, you have COVID-19 symptoms.

COVID-19 was found to be present in your system.

If you haven’t had any symptoms, wait at least 10 days after they began, or until the day your positive test was obtained if you haven’t had any symptoms.

The results of a COVID-19 test are pending.

If your test is positive when you’re at your destination, you’ll need to isolate yourself and wait until it’s safe to travel again. It’s possible that you’ll have to quarantine your trip companions.

You came into close contact with someone who has COVID-19 and have been advised to quarantine.

Wait at least 5 days after your last close contact with the individual who has COVID-19 before traveling. Travel should be avoided for at least 10 days after your last exposure.

If you have to travel between days 6 and 10 following your last close encounter, get tested at least 5 days before you leave. Before you travel, double-check that your test results are negative and that you are symptom-free. If you don’t get tested, wait at least 10 days after your last close contact with someone who has COVID-19 before traveling.

When you’re with other people, use a well-fitting mask for the full duration of your journey on days 6 through 10. You should not travel during days 6 through 10 if you are unable to wear a mask.
If you were in close contact with someone who had COVID-19 but were not advised to quarantine…

 

At least 5 days after your last close touch, get tested. Before you travel, double-check that your test results are negative and that you are symptom-free.

You do not need to get tested if you have confirmed COVID-19 within the last 90 days, but you should still follow all other guidelines (including getting tested if you develop COVID-19 symptoms).

If you travel within 10 days of your last exposure, make sure you wear a well-fitting mask whenever you are among others for the length of your trip. You should not travel throughout the 10-day period if you are unable to use a mask.

Required testing

A negative COVID-19 test result conducted no more than one day before travel is required before boarding a flight to the United States. People who have documented recovery from COVID-19 in the last 90 days have another choice. Find out more about these specifications.

Non-U.S. Citizen, Non-U.S. Immigrant Vaccination

You must produce documentation of being completely vaccinated against COVID-19 before flying to the United States from another country if you are a nonimmigrant (not a U.S. citizen, U.S. national, lawful permanent resident, or traveling to the United States on an immigrant visa). Find out more about this stipulation.

 

Providing contact details
Before boarding flights to the United States, all air passengers are required to provide contact information to the airlines.

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