Americans over age 5 are allowed to enter with a negative PCR test taken in the previous 72 hours, reservations for an approved accommodation for at least a week and a travel authorization. Visitors must quarantine for a week, with another $150 test done on day five. If the test is positive, the quarantine is extended to 14 days. Medical insurance that covers illnesses relation to the coronavirus is mandatory.
All visitors must quarantine at a government facility at no charge for 14 days, unless they receive an exemption to stay at a rental or residence. Alternatively, they may quarantine at the government facility for six days, and then take a Covid-19 test. If it’s negative, the visitor can transfer to a hotel or home to complete the remainder of their quarantine. A traveler health form must also be completed.
Visitors age 10 and over need a negative PCR or an antigen test in the 72 hours before arrival. People who completed their Covid-19 vaccinations at least two weeks before arrival are exempt, as are those who recovered from the virus in the previous three months. A Health Pass must also be completed. Those who visited Britain or South Africa in the previous two weeks could be denied entry.
Visitors over age 2 must have a negative coronavirus PCR test with results in English that is no more than a week old in order to board their flight. However, if the results are more than 72 hours old, passenger age 13 and older must pay about $85 and be retested at the airport in Guyana, then wait at their hotel for the results, generally available within six hours. They also must complete a passenger locator form at least 24 hours before arrival.
U.S. citizens can enter with proof of a negative Covid-19 test and a completed immigration pre-check form. Those with coronavirus symptoms, or those who had contact in the previous two weeks with a confirmed case, or who have traveled to a country with confirmed cases may be isolated for up to 14 days. Anyone who visited Britain or South Africa in the previous three weeks is barred from entering.
Americans who are fully inoculated against Covid-19 and those who previously were infected with the coronavirus and have recovered are allowed to enter. Certificates proving vaccination may be paper or electronic, however there are additional requirements. There are also specific requirements to prove previous infection.
Authorities are asking nonessential travelers not to visit the Republic of Ireland. Passengers over age 6 must show a negative Covid-19 PCR test taken in the 72 hours before arrival in order to board their aircraft or ferry. A mandatory 14-day quarantine is also in effect, although it can be shortened with a negative RT-PCR test taken at least five days after arrival. A public health Passenger Locator Form must also be completed.