Anguilla has begun taking steps to reopen its borders. Government-approved aircraft, ships, vessels, or boats used for the repatriation of Anguillian citizens to Anguilla, and the departure of Anguillian and Non-Anguillian citizens from Anguilla, are now allowed to operate into the island’s air and seaports of entry.

“We are keeping both our citizens overseas and our travel partners in the marketplace updated on our progress and look forward to welcoming everyone back to Anguilla in the very near future,” declared the Hon. Cardigan Connor, Parliamentary Secretary, Tourism.  “We intend to reopen in a safe, responsible way that protects both our citizens and our guests, yet still ensures the wonderful vacation experience that has made Anguilla the #1 destination in the Caribbean for three years in a row.” 

At this point, no definitive date for reopening the borders to commercial international travel has been announced.  However, the government has outlined its measured approach to reopening, which will take place in phases. 

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