Today, the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced Bermuda has been removed from its Level 2 Travel Health Advisory List! The CDC has changed Bermuda’s country classification from ‘Alert Level 2: Moderate Risk’ to ‘No Travel Health Notice: COVID-19 Risk is Very Low.’
“The U.S Consulate has been heavily engaged on this issue, advocating for the island’s safety and highlighting protocols implemented by the Government of Bermuda to minimize the spread of COVID-19. The extensive protocols and testing regime continue to make the island safe for travelers and residents,” says U.S. Consul General to Bermuda Lee Rizzuto. “The Government of Bermuda is doing an incredible job managing the island’s safety, and we’re happy to announce the CDC’s adjustment to the country classification in light of Bermuda’s low risk assessment.”
“The removal from the Travel Health Advisory List is beneficial to the island as the Government, Tourism and International Business sectors seek to attract more visitors to the island,” says Consul General Rizzuto.
All U.S. citizens are advised to read country specific Travel Advisories and U.S. Embassy and Consulate COVID-19 pages for updates on the impact of the virus worldwide. We continue to recommend U.S. citizens exercise caution when traveling abroad due to the unpredictable nature of the pandemic.
Visit the CDC’s website for more information – https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/travelers/map-and-travel-notices.html
U.S. citizens are encouraged to stay informed and follow updates on Travel.state.gov and to enroll in the Smart Traveler Enrollment Program (STEP) to receive timely Alerts about evolving health and safety conditions in their planned destinations.
Official guidance for visitors can be found on the Government of Bermuda’s website – www.gov.bm/coronavirus-travellers