The requirements for entering Guyana are as follows:

  • A negative “PCR or ANTIGEN” COVID19 test, valid within 72hrs of arrival to Guyana
  • Children, 2years and over, must present a negative PCR or ANTIGEN test

The following tests are not acceptable for entry into Guyana:

  • Antibody test
  • Home test Kits

COVID19 recovered persons must adhere to the following:

  • Must present a certificate of clearance from a licensed medical practitioner
  • If you had COVID19 within the past 90 days, you do NOT need to get tested.
  • However, you should get tested if you develop COVID19 symptoms.

Guyana’s vaccination policy for entry is as follows:

  • Passengers, 12 years and over, must show proof of being “FULLY” vaccinated
  • Their names, name of vaccine, date vaccine was given and batch# from an accredited health facility must be clearly visible
  • Last dose at least two weeks old
  • Travelers with mixed vaccination regimen are considered vaccinated.

The approved COVID 19 vaccines are as follows:

  1. Oxford-Astra Zeneca – ChAdOx1 vaccine
  2. Sputnik V – Gam Covid Vac (1&2)
  3. Sinopharm – Vero cell BIBP
  4. Sinovac – Corona Vac
  5. Pfizer-BioNTec Covid19-BNT162b2
  6. Moderna – mRNA-1273 vaccine
  7. Johnson & Johnson – Jansen COVID-19 Ad26CoV2.S Vaccine

Vaccination exemptions shall be applicable for the following reason:

  • Passengers, who present a “Letter of Exemption” from a licensed medical practitioner and/or the Covid taskforce in Guyana.

A person is “ONLY” considered fully Vaccinated, 14 days after receiving:

  • an approved single dose vaccine
  • the second dose of an approved two dose vaccine
  • any mix and match combination of approved vaccines, administered at least seventeen (17) days apart.

Passengers are advised to consult with the airlines to familiarize themselves with the travel protocols for their country of destination.