Coronavirus (Covid-19) Status in Bermuda

Updated: November 25, 2021 

COVID-19 Cases

Bermuda COVID-19 Hotline: +1(441) 444-2498 
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Covid-19 guidance to be followed

Go through this Government of Bermuda page for a detailed guidance related to Covid-19 protocols that need to followed in the island by all visitors and residents. Below is a quick summary: 
  • Mask-wearing: You must wear a mask at workplace premises (in accordance with the relevant  guidance), onboard public transport or in taxis, when visiting any establishment (indoor, e.g. grocery store, shop, bank, office, gallery etc) unless otherwise allowed by specific guidance, In crowded places (indoors and outdoors) where you cannot maintain an appropriate physical distance of 6 feet (2 meters) from others who are not from your own household or whose immunization status is unknown. 
  • Dining, Bars and Nightclubs: Indoor and outdoor dining is permitted. Indoor and outdoor bar service is permitted (only seated and no standing). Patrons must wear masks (indoors only) when not eating/drinking. Tables to be spaced 6-ft apart. NOTE: Anybody intending to use the indoor facilities needs to have a valid SafeKey and present it for verification to the appropriate official in the bar or nightclub. A SafeKey is a QR code which is issued to a person with negative corona virus report or who has been fully vaccinated. 
  • Gyms, Exercise Facilities: You must carry the SafeKey and present it for verification to the appropriate official. Staff, personal trainers and patrons must wear a mask when indoors and not working out. 
  • Events and Gatherings: Gatherings are restricted to groups of no more than 30 people. 
  • Movie Theatres, Museums, Libraries: The maximum number of persons permitted in venues is 50. Masks must be worn indoors. 
  • Parks, Beaches, Playgrounds and Golf Courses: All parks, beaches, playgrounds and golf courses are open. 
  • Retail Stores: Retail stores are permitted to open without any capacity limitation. 
  • Recreational Boating: Boats are permitted to operate. The maximum number of persons (excluding any crew) who may use a boat for recreational purposes is 30 persons. 
  • Using pools: Allowed with some recommended guidance. 
  • Ferry Service: Operational with this ferry schedule

    Information for Travelers to Bermuda

    All persons travelling to Bermuda are required to follow specific test requirements. This is applicable for both visitors and returning residents. They also need to apply for Travel Authorization and follow specific travel guidelines. Find out the detailed travel guidance here for visitors and residents

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    Visitors' Reviews and Comments

    Edward Owen (April 2021) 
    As a fellow guide book writer I appreciate your diligence! However, those of us wanting to get to Bermuda face an obstacle race of red tape and Covid tests that at one stage were billed to cost $300 per person plus indefinite quarantine in an hotel room because no one knows how to do quick tests (already done in the US a day before for bearing flights on us lot who are fully vaccinated). It's like trying to go to Cuba! 
    How many Bermudans are fully vaccinated, especially those working in hospitality? If you know of anyone in authority who knows the regulations for a trip end of May, you may open the flood gates - and sell some books! Your help would be appreciated! 
    Linda Barnes (April 2021) 
    It is very confusing, for a person who lives here too, to understand the regulations of travel. Planning to go anywhere is impossible. When will it end? Are we to be afraid of ourselves and each other forever? Time to end all of the testing. Get vaccinated and deal with it; whatever it is.