<img height="1" width="1" style="display:none" src="https://www.facebook.com/tr?id=215109733140438&amp;ev=PageView&amp;noscript=1">
Current Travel Regulations have been extended to June 30, 2022 .  Learn more.

Quarantine In The Cayman Islands


This section covers information relating to the COVID-19 quarantine process for inbound travellers to the Cayman Islands. It is important to note that providing false or misleading information or failing to comply with any of the required quarantine protocols can result in a fine of up to CI$10,000 and/or imprisonment for up to two years.

It is important to follow these restrictions for the entire quarantine period, even if you do not have any symptoms. This will help to protect our community and control any spread of COVID-19.

All inbound travellers are required to undergo pre-arrival PCR or antigen-detecting rapid diagnostic testing by an approved provider no earlier than the day before departure if aged five years or older. Learn more here.

Quarantine exit PCR testing is required for all travellers and their quarantining household occupants.


What's New in Phase 5?

Unvaccinated travellers (age 12 and over) are required to quarantine for 7 days along with all unvaccinated members of their household.

Vaccinated household members are not required to quarantine but will be required to undergo a daily LFT if they want to leave the premises.

  • Required for travellers and their quarantine companions age 10 and older who quarantine at an approved private residence.
  • Approved quarantine facilities/hotels
  • Approved private residences or other tourist accommodations
  • All quarantining travellers and their companions are subject to Travel Cayman welfare phone calls and physical checks.

Quarantine is not required for: 

  • Fully vaccinated travellers. 
  • Caymanians/Permanent Residents who were fully vaccinated with an approved vaccine (locally or overseas).
  • Unvaccinated children age 11 and younger who are assuming the vaccinated status of their adult travel companions.



Travellers exempt from quarantine must complete a Travel Declaration through the Travel Cayman Portal. To learn more click here.



No post-arrival testing is required. However, travellers testing positive using LFT will be required to have a PCR test administered at the next available testing time and immediately isolate.

To learn more click here. 

CIG crest By Cayman Islands Government On February 2, 2022
Last Updated April 12, 2022

How does exit testing work?

COVID-19 positive individuals, who have reached the end of their isolation period, can attend any of the daily exit PCR testing...

Tags: self-isolation, quarantine

CIG crest By Cayman Islands Government On January 23, 2022
Last Updated April 12, 2022

Quarantine Programmes and Facilities

When quaranting, you may quarantine at residence, wearing a device with monitoring technology.


Travellers needing to quarantine...

Tags: FAQs, self-isolation, Travel,

Quarantine requirements vary for each category of travellers. Click the links below to skip to the relevant questions or scroll...

Tags: FAQs, self-isolation, Travel,

CIG crest By Cayman Islands Government On April 28, 2020
Last Updated May 9, 2022

A Primer on Isolation

Isolation FAQs

If you test positive on an LFT, you must isolate immediately and report your result on ...

Tags: FAQs, self-isolation, covid19 basics,

Cayman Islands Government, Government Admin Building, Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands, Tel: 345 949 7900

Cayman Islands Government Logo Horizontal