Covid-19 Travel Restrictions in Anguilla
Except for Anguillian nationals, residents, and work permit holders, Anguilla has restricted the entry of all travelers. Travelers must submit to the government-approved facility a negative COVID-19 PCR test issued 3-5 days before departure, subject to mandatory testing upon arrival and a mandatory quarantine of at least 10 days.
On specially organized repatriation flights, Anguilla has reopened its airports to a very small number of people. However, as of 22 July, the Government of Anguilla will suspend, until at least July, the repatriation of more than 0.2 of the population from countries or territories with active cases.
Only Anguilla nationals and citizens, or holders of valid work permits, are permitted to enter the country.
To do so, the online repatriation form on the government’s COVID-19 website must first be completed. Travelers need prior permission to return from the Health Team of the Government to apply. In either a government-operated quarantine facility or a government authorized self-quarantine facility, they will be subject to testing on arrival and a 10 to a 14-day quarantine. Flights for returnees will be coordinated by the repatriation team of the government. Returnees would have to pay travel expenses on their own. These limitations will remain in effect until 31 October, at least.