Not for long. If you bring negative PCR COVID-19 test results you will be asked to take a second test at the airport and take a private transportation to your hotel where you will self-isolate until the results are available (24 hours). After this you may continue with your trip as normal. If you fail to self-isolate for this short period you could get a USD 25.000 fine, or you could even go to jail.
Residents without pre-travel PCR COVID-19 test results need to self-isolate at their home for 8 days after which they will be tested for COVID-19 and allowed to carry on with their lives if the result is negative.
For more information on official requirements check this link.
Do I have to take a COVID-19 test to go to Bermuda?
Yes. You do. All visitors must present negative PCR COVID-19 test results on arrival. Only travelers with valid test results will be allowed entry.
Bermuda residents are exempt from this rule. They don’t need a test but instead, they are required to undergo an 8-day quarantine.
All travelers need to complete a Visitor Travel Authorisation form up to 3 days before departing. You will be asked to submit your PCR COVID-19 test results, and you will need to pay a fee (USD 75 for travelers over 10 years old, USD 30 for travelers 9 and under). It’s very important that you keep a physical or digital copy of your VTA to show to airport authorities on arrival.