Effective Sunday, 20th June 2021, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Bermuda requires non-immunised incoming travellers to quarantine for 14 days at a designated facility at their expense.
Eligible persons may complete the quarantine period at home if they are able to safely isolate from others.
The following eligible persons are automatically exempted from the quarantine hotel, but must quarantine for 14 days at an accomodation through their Travel Authorisation and do not need to apply for approval:
1. Unaccompanied minors aged 17 or younger
The following persons are eligible for exemption with written approval from the Ministry of Health through this online form:
2. Medically vulnerable (Certified by a licensed Physician or Psychologist)
3. Caregiver of medically vulnerable traveler
Definitions of eligible categories can be found here
Applicants seeking exemption from the quarantine hotel in order to quarantine at home must apply at least than 7 days before their intended arrival. Applications can take up to 72 hours to process. Medical emergency applications should be made by phone on (441) 444-2498 (select option 1).
Persons arriving in Bermuda without a Ministry of Health exemption must quarantine at a designated facility at the traveller’s expense until an exemption is granted. If needed, applications can also be processed by telephone by calling (441) 444-2498 (select option 1). Electronic communication will be required in order to submit the required documentation. Bermuda’s requirement to quarantine at a designated facility is in accordance with the Quarantine (Covid-19) (No.3) Amendment (No. 2) Order 2021.
NOTE: All travellers to Bermuda must have a Travel Authorization.