As of May 29, 2021, only fully vaccinated travelers are allowed entry to St. Kitts and Nevis, the two-island federation in the Caribbean. Kids under the age of 18 traveling with their parents are exempt from this rule, so you’ll have peace of mind knowing that kids who aren’t yet old enough to be vaccinated are unlikely to contract the Covid virus while on your sunny beach vacation. Vaccinated travelers also know there’s minimal chance they’ll inadvertently transmit Covid to others, helping reopen travel as safely as possible until the world can be vaccinated.
New rule announced May 26 and takes effect May 29
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