Effective April 1, 2022, Belize has further eased most COVID-19 restrictions in-country. Since March 1, 2022, Belize’s nationwide curfew has been lifted and travelers entering through the international airport, land borders, or maritime borders no longer require a COVID-19 test once they are fully vaccinated.
The following additional changes to entry requirements take effect on April 1, 2022:
- Unvaccinated persons aged 5 and up must present documentation of a negative quick test (within 48 hours) or PCR test (72hrs) while entering Belize through the airport
- Unvaccinated immigrants aged 5 and above who enter Belize by land or sea must show documentation of a negative quick test (48 hours) or PCR test (72hrs)
- Belizeans aged 12 and up who intend to leave the country by air, land, or sea must be properly vaccinated before leaving.
- The mask mandate has been canceled! Wearing a mask is no longer required, inside or outside. It is now a matter of personal preference.
- Bars and nightclubs are now allowed to open.
- All social activities can now resume, as long as all guests are fully vaccinated; social distancing is nevertheless essential.
We encourage visitors and locals alike to continue practicing social distancing and enjoy responsibly.