#SafeTravel

Travelling to Guyana?

  1. Book your ticket with an airline of your choice
  2. Do a molecular biological PCR test within 7 days of travel.
  3. Your test must be negative.  If the test was done within 72 hours of travel, you will not be required to do another test upon arrival.
  4. If the test was done within 4-7 days of travel, passengers will be retested upon arrival in Guyana. NB. The passenger will bear the cost for the second test:
    • A cost of US$85.00 is payable at check-in with partnering airlines.
    • If payments are not made during the check-in process with airlines, a cost of US$85.00 or equivalent of G$16,000.00 will be payable upon arrival to Guyana.
    • Cash and all major Credit Card are accepted.
    • Advance payments can be made using this link https://covidtestingguyana.com/

5. Complete the Passenger Locator Form at least 24 hours before travel.

6. Present your travel documents and negative PCR test result to airline representative at the time of checking in and at boarding and upon arrival in Guyana.

 

Before You Travel To Guyana, Please note the Following:
  • Port Health and Airline Officials will only accept an original copy of the negative molecular biological PCR Test result from passengers travelling to Guyana.

  • If the test was completed within 72 hours of the flight and the result of that test is negative, the passenger will be free to leave the airport after  arrival.

  • If the PCR test is done within four to seven (4-7) days of travel, the passenger will be required to do another test upon arrival in Guyana, notwithstanding the earlier negative result.

  • The passenger must bear the cost for the second test at a price of US$85.00; this is payable at check-in with the airline. Where payment at check-in is not possible, an equivalent of GY$16,000.00 must be paid upon arrival in Guyana to Eureka Labs at the airport.

  • Please note that PCR test result is valid for 7 days from the date the  sample was collected or taken.

  • Rapid Test, Anti-body or Antigen tests are NOT acceptable for travel to  Guyana.

  • Persons travelling to Guyana are required to upload the negative PCR test result when completing the Passenger Locator Form. The form should be completed at least 24 hours before travel.

  • Passengers presenting false or forged information on their Passenger Locator Form will face prosecution under the laws of Guyana and will be liable to pay a fine of up to GY$150,000.

  • NOTE: Passengers presenting or submitting false or forged PCR tests reports to the airlines and port health officials will face prosecution under the laws of Guyana and will be liable to pay a fine of up to GY$250,000. Additionally, passengers presenting or submitting false or forged PCR tests will be subjected to a PCR test at their own expense before entry into Guyana is granted.

  • Persons submitting false or forged PCR tests will also be placed on Guyana’s “No-Fly” list for a period of 1 year.

  • Persons are reminded that the Covid-19 Emergency Measures No. 13, Section 17 states that “Any person who fails to comply with any of the COVID-19 measures, commits an offence under Section 152 of the Public Health Ordinance of Guyana; and is liable on summary conviction to the penalty provided under that section”.

Requirements For Entry Into Guyana

All travellers to Guyana must complete a pre-arrival Online Passenger Locator form at least 24 hours before arrival. This online form will include personal health information for any disease including COVID-19.

All persons travelling to Guyana must take a molecular biological PCR test within 7 days prior to arrival in order to enter the country.  PCR Test results must be submitted electronically here and travellers are required to present a copy of the test results bearing their name at the airline check in counter and upon arrival in Guyana

Procedures On Arrival

Masks must be worn at all times while at the airport. Passengers will be subjected to a disinfecting or decontaminating process upon disembarking the aircraft at a designated booth established by the Airport operator and Port Health Authority

All passengers travelling to Guyana are required to obtain a negative COVID-19 test (negative molecular biological PCR test) results within seven (7) days prior to travel from a recognized medical institution or lab in the originating State.

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