New Travel Restrictions for Antigua Travel Restrictions by Corey Grant - Travel Agent - September 24, 2021September 24, 20210 Antigua recently announced new travel restrictions on U.S. travelers. Starting October 1, all passengers age 18 and over must be fully vaccinated or have at least one dose of an approved two-dose COVID-19 vaccine. Children under the age of 18 years are exempt from this requirement. In addition, all arriving travelers must present a negative PCR test taken within four days of arrival. Children under five are exempt. Fully vaccinated passengers who present verifiable documentation of their vaccination and/or test can stay at certified accommodations. At least two weeks must have passed since the administration of the full vaccine dosage. Partially vaccinated travelers will only be allowed to stay at COVID-19 certified accommodations. Partially vaccinated travelers are required to quarantine for 14 days. Travelers who arrive without a COVID-19 test result or incorrect test results will be charged for the cost of a PCR test. All arriving travelers must complete a Health Declaration form, which will be distributed on the plane, and submit to a temperature check.