For more than a year, the coronavirus pandemic has dominated every aspect of livelihood, setting new rules for mobility around the world: increased social distance, reduced direct communication, restricted movement, and negatively affecting social, business, and public health.
The governments of at least 196 countries have already started vaccination of the population. The World Health Organization began considering proposals to create global vaccination passport standards in December 2020. An initial draft of the recommendations was published in March 2021, but no specific standards were provided.
More than 200 governments independently decide which entry rules to set. It will take months or years for global travel to fully resume.
From August 7, 2020, travellers were permitted entry into Dominica, subject to the rules of entry and quarantine. Thus far throughout this pandemic, 193 people infected with COVID-19 were registered on the island and 0 deaths.
In February 2021, vaccination of the population began. On June 28, 2021, 28% of the population of Dominica were vaccinated with the first dose, and 26% with the second.
On May 18, 2021, Dominica eased the entry requirements for persons qualified as fully vaccinated against Covid-19:
The status of a vaccinated person is recognized in the following cases:
Travellers need to:
For unvaccinated individuals, the protocols remain the same.
Dominica citizens can travel without a visa to more than 130 countries and territories. To travel to any country, you must contact its immigration department to clarify the current conditions of entry and protocols.