Honduras COVID-19 Information
IMPORTANT – PLEASE READ
Honduras has implemented new immigration procedures to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. Below is important information for all International travellers entering Honduras.
COVID-19 testing requirements. All travellers must provide negative COVID-19 test results prior to travel. Travellers must carry the negative test results for a PCR test or rapid test, carried out in a period of no greater than 72hrs before entering the country. Passengers must show the test results at check in. Accepted tests for COVID-19:
1. Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) test in real-time
2. Rapid test within a minimum Specificity of 85%, Sensitivity of 98%
Following is a link to a COVID-19 testing finder which may help you find a testing location that can provide results within 72 hours or less of travel Rapid Test Travel
Immigration Pre-Check. One of the prerequisites for entering the country is to complete the online Immigration Pre-check form. You can find it here Prechequeo
The form consists of:
1. Immigration pre-registration
2. Health Surveillance Sheet
3. Submit a sworn declaration that will be subject to the country’s health regulations.
4. Customs form.
Please note, the form cannot be submitted until you are within 48hrs of your entry date. It is easiest to complete the form on a desktop or laptop rather than mobile device. You will receive a response via email, you will need to print it out and carry it with you. You may find the following step by step guide helpful to complete the online immigration form Step by step guide
Airport Security Protocols. Upon arrival at Roatan airport, all travellers are expected to wear face masks/coverings, maintain social distance and use hand sanitizing gel as instructed.
Please note, physical distancing is expected in public island wide.
Supermarkets. If you plan to stop at the supermarket on your way to the property, please note all supermarkets are following the same Bio-security protocols. This includes but is not limited to requiring all customers to wear face masks, take a quick no-contact temperature check and to pass through a disinfectant solution for the soles of their shoes. These same protocols apply for all commercial establishments.