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St Vincent and Grenadines now accepting antigen

St Vincent and Grenadines now accepting antigen

Old Mar 6, 22, 8:09 am
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St Vincent and Grenadines now accepting antigen

HI, despite my airline Virgin telling me on text and website that PCR is needed, I believe St Vincent has changed to allow antigen tests a few days ago. Can anyone confirm? Particularly if you flew Virgin. I really want to know if they accept home antigen tests with a certificate provided by a clinic. Thanks.
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Old Mar 6, 22, 8:36 am
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Covid tests for entry into st vincent

Yes St Vincent changed covid entry requirements a few days ago. Its now a pcr test 72 hours before arrival OR an Antigen test 24 hours before arrival. (Barbados have done the same). I wouldnt take a chance on a home antigen test I would get it done by a lab. It all depends what country you are travelling from. (See Google (entry requirements for St Vincent). I wouldn't take advice from airline call center staff as they are very inexperienced. I have not flown to St Vincent lately ..enjoy.
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