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U.S. Issues New Level 3 Travel Advisory For Saint Lucia

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The U.S. Department of State has issued a new level 3 ‘reconsider travel’ for Saint Lucia. 

The new increased warning level was issued due to “health and safety measures and COVID-related conditions” according to the official release. 

Saint Lucia island

The island was originally given a level 2 advisory ‘exercise increased caution’ on August 31st when the United States dropped its global level 4 blanket travel advisory. 

At the time, Saint Lucia had only seen a few dozen cases of Covid-19.

Now, as a second wave of the pandemic has swept the globe, cases in Saint Lucia are also on the rise averaging 7-8 cases per day on the tiny island with a population of only 182,000. 

Although Saint Lucia has reopened its borders for tourism with most businesses operating and public transportation resumed, the new warning comes amid an increase in cases. 

A new warning by the Center for Disease Control (CDC) for Saint Lucia has also been issued. 

St Lucia

The CDC originally had Saint Lucia rated as a level one ‘low risk’ for COVID-19. On December 2nd, that risk was upgraded to ‘high’. 

“Travelers should avoid all nonessential travel to Saint Lucia” the CDC warning reads. “Travelers at increased risk for severe illness from COVID-19 should avoid all travel to Saint Lucia.”

CDC Says Travel Comes With Increased Risk

The CDC has said that ‘Travel may increase your chances of getting and spreading COVID-19.’

If you must travel the organization recommends the following steps:

  • Get tested 3 days before your trip and do not travel if you are sick. 
  • During travel always wear a mask and stay at least 6 feet from others when possible
  • After you travel stay home for at least 7 day and get tested. Those who don’t get tested upon returning home should self isolate for 10 days.  
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Saint Lucia Entry Requirements

  • All arriving passengers (with the exception of persons coming from a CARICOM nation) must have a negative result from a PCR test within 7 days of travel.
  • All persons entering Saint Lucia must complete a Pre-Arrival Registration Form before arrival to ensure your efficient and expedited processing on arrival. Please print and travel with a copy of your completed registration form.
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