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Travel Cayman Portal updated to reflect phase 4 regulations

Travel Cayman has announced that the Travel Cayman Portal has been updated to reflect the new Phase 4 regulations.

Travellers that are securely verifiable and non-securely verifiable fully vaccinated travellers travelling from a country with a vaccination rate above 60 per cent for the first dose of the vaccine and where those travellers spent at least 14 days prior to the date of travel, will complete a Travel Declaration through the Travel Cayman Portal.

The updated Travel Cayman portal allows travellers who are Securely Verifiable Fully Vaccinated to apply for a Travel Declaration and automatically receive their Certificate to Travel. Travellers who fit this category are being asked sign back into the Travel Cayman Portal and complete a Travel Declaration.

As per the new form, travellers must scan their vaccine certificate into the system, which will be verified using CommonCheck. CommonCheck is a digital verification solution that reads and verifies COVID-19 test results and vaccination records from trusted sources presented for travel in a privacy-preserving manner. CommonCheck enables governments to implement flexible, risk-based policies and develop a more scalable and reliable assessment of individuals’ health status.

If verification is successful, the traveller will be able to download the Travel Declaration Certificate(s) issued for each respective travel party. If verification in unsuccessful, travellers will be prompted to complete a Travel Request or complete a form to be manually verified by the Travel Cayman team.

Once the Travel Declaration is completed the traveller will be prompted to download their Certificate to Travel. The Certificate is valid for a period of 3 months starting from the traveller’s travel eligibility date. The travel eligibility date must be at least 14 days after you have obtained a complete course of an approved vaccine.

Non-Securely Verifiable Fully Vaccinated travellers (i.e. fully vaccinated travellers whose vaccination record does not have a QR code) travelling from a country with a vaccination above 60 per cent for the first dose of the vaccine according to the World Health Organization (W.H.O) are asked to complete this form to be manually verified/approved.

All vaccinated travellers will be required present the Certificate to Travel at their departure airport and upon arrival at Cayman Islands airports.

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