You Can Now Work From Home in The Bahamas
- November 10, 2020
The Bahamas recently introduced The Bahamas Extended Access Travel Stay (BEATS) Programme. Also known as a temporary visa which allows you to…Read More
No, this isn’t a typo. Yes, The Bahamas (your fave) is now paying travellers to quarantine.
Under its new travel requirements, the 14-day mandatory vacation in place no longer exists. Instead, visitors and residents travelling to The Bahamas must opt into the Health Insurance coverage.
As well as apply for a Bahamas Health Visa, obtain a negative PCR test five days before arrival, take another COVID RT-PCR on the fifth day (unless you are leaving before) and always wear a mask and social distance.
According to the Director General of The Bahamas Ministry of Tourism and Aviation, Joy Jibrulu, if a visitor arrives at The Bahamas and tests positive as asymptomatic, they will be allowed to quarantine in place and paid a per diem.
“If the person is asymptomatic but has comorbidities, they will have the opportunity to be medevaced out of the jurisdiction and likewise if they present with symptoms.”
Listed on The Bahamas’ website the COVID Health Insurance required by all international visitors includes:
Travelling to The Bahamas has slightly increased due to Covid and we’re not excited about it.
However, with all the travel deals, you can be floating in the beautiful blue seas in no time.
For the health visa inclusive of the Day 5 Rapid Antigen Test and mandatory health insurance are as follows:
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