Grenada to make traveling easy by removing all COVID restrictions

Outlining the various new protocols related to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Ministry has issued the guidelines and stated that travelling to Grenada Just Got Easier. 

Grenada to make traveling easy by removing all COVID restrictions
Grenada to make traveling easy by removing all COVID restrictions

Grenada: Ministry of Health of the Caribbean country has reviewed its COVID-19 related protocols for travellers on Friday, April 1, 2022. The Ministry stated that they have made travelling to Grenada easier to facilitate the travelers while visiting the country. 

Outlining the various new protocols related to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Ministry has issued the guidelines and stated that travelling to Grenada Just Got Easier. 

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The new guidelines of the COVID-19 for travellers will come into effect on April 4, 2022. 

New COVID-19 protocols are as follows: 

  • No COVID-19 testing is required for travellers to Grenada
  • No Vaccination required
  • No Health Declaration Form required
  • No quarantine on arrival is required

Further, the Ministry of Health of Grenada also outlined the major changes in the General Hospital’s Pediatric Department and stated it as a major boost for the department. 

The Health Ministry informed that a total of 6 Recliners, 3 Bassinettes, and 4 Bedside tables were presented to the General Hospital this week by a group of volunteering American Healthcare providers associated with the Spice-isle Smiles Organization and The Heritage Foundation Grenada.

The donation came about after a previous visit to the Hospital, when Amy Wade, a co-founder of the Heritage Foundation, saw the need and decided to lend assistance by contacting her American friends in the Spice-isle Smiles Organization.  

In presenting the items, Dr. Brian Holmes said that although his organization is mainly focused on the provision of oral health services, they were happy to help the Hospital’s Pediatric Department.  

However, upon receiving the donation, Delma Thomas, the Minister responsible for Hospital and Community Health Services in the Ministry of Health, said she was elated. 

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Minster Thomas said that understanding the need, in these challenging times, donations like these cannot be too much, since Government cannot do it alone.

Thomas thanked the donors for the items noting that they will make a huge difference in the delivery of services to the public.  

She commended the groups, providing hands-on training to some members of staff at the community and hospital levels, in a project known as the Helping Babies Breathe (HBB) and Advance Life Support in Obstetrics (ALSO).