Health Alert – U.S. Embassy Grenada 

Location: Grenada

Event: Grenada reports six additional cases of COVID-19

COVID-19

The Government of Grenada announced today six additional confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Grenada, bringing the total to seven.

State of Emergency

The Grenadian Prime Minister announced a 21-day limited state of emergency that went into effect at 6 p.m. March 25.  The government enacted numerous regulations under the state of emergency, including limiting movement for non-essential personnel, limiting or canceling all gatherings and social events, imposing a curfew from 7 p.m. to 5 a.m., giving expanded authority to police and emergency responders, and closing most businesses that cannot support telework or virtual work.

Certain businesses deemed necessary, such as banks, grocery stores, and pharmacies, may operate with limited capacity during certain hours.  Emergency operations and access to medical care will continue.

The full list of regulations can be found here:  https://www.nowgrenada.com/2020/03/21-days-limited-state-of-emergency-commencing-at-6-pm-today/

All U.S. citizens in Grenada should read these regulations, as they apply to everyone with few exceptions.  Under these regulations, the police have the authority to arrest, fine, and imprison those who break the regulations.

Travel

Grenada is currently closed to all commercial passenger flights. Additionally, Grenada is not allowing passengers from cruise ships or pleasure craft to disembark.

The latest reports indicate that Air Canada has canceled their flights from Grenada to Toronto on March 28 and 31.  For questions on the status of these flights, please contact Air Canada directly.

U.S. Embassy Grenada continues to work with U.S. airlines to request additional commercial passenger flights out of Grenada to assist U.S. citizens.  If scheduled, we’ll announce on social media platforms and via the Smart Traveler Enrollment Program.  At this time, there are no confirmed flights to the United States.  For questions on the status of specific flights, please contact your airline.

Travelers should be prepared for travel restrictions to be put into effect with little or no advance notice.  Many travelers worldwide have reported unexpected flight cancellations and limited flight availability.  If your travel has been disrupted, please contact your airline.

Actions to Take:

Assistance:

  • U.S. Embassy Grenada

Street address: Lance Aux Epines, St. George’s, Grenada

Phone number +1 (473) 444-1173

Email address: StgeorgesACS@state.gov

Embassy website: bb.usembassy.gov/embassy/grenada/

  • State Department – Consular Affairs

888-407-4747 or 202-501-4444