Barbados drops quarantine rule for vaxxed visitors

Barbados has removed the second PCR requirement and quarantine requirements for travelers who enter the country after being fully vaccinated against Covid-19.
They will now only need proof of a three-day PCR test and their vaccination card.

To enter Barbados, unvaccinated travelers must show proof of a negative PCR testing. They must then quarantine for five consecutive days at a pre-approved accommodation. On day five, they must take a PCR test at an approved laboratory or testing hotel at their expense. Continue to quarantine until a negative result is obtained.

All travelers must complete and upload the Immigration and Customs form within 24 hours of their arrival. To return to the U.S., travelers will need to take the rapid antigen test. This is required for all travelers arriving to Barbados. You can take the test at any of the many locations on the island for $50.

According to NationNews, close to 54% of Barbados' eligible population (those aged 12 and older) have been fully vaccinated.