Bermuda’s Official Travel Resource

Information for Travellers

Saturday, March 28, 2020

Saturday March 28, 2020 at 10:00 am ADT

To all our valued visitors, 

On March 19, our island’s borders were closed for two weeks to non-residents. Effective March 20, our airport was also shut to commercial air service. Visiting vessels, other than vital cargo for our residents, will not be allowed to enter our seaport. 

We realise this is an extraordinary series of events mirroring an extraordinary time. Bermuda’s government has made a very difficult decision—but a necessary one to protect our small island’s health and safety until the risk of COVID-19 subsides and we can re-open and invite you back. 

Such tough measures are needed both to support the global effort to stop the spread of coronavirus and lessen the risk of spread among our tiny population.

Rest assured, once normalcy returns and safe travel resumes, we stand ready to welcome you to our beautiful shores. 

For airport/air service information, please see: 

Assistance for US visitors

The US State Department has issued a Global Level 4 Health Advisory urging US citizens abroad who live in the United States to arrange for immediate return in countries where commercial departure options remain available. For more information, go to: 

The US Consulate in Bermuda can be reached at 441/295-1342 or 441/705-0424 (2–4 pm, Mon–Fri) or email [email protected]. For US citizen emergencies, call 441/335-3828 in Bermuda or 888/407-4747 (toll-free in US & Canada) or 202/501-4444 from other jurisdictions. Go to and the Consulate’s social-media platforms (FacebookTwitter) for more information on COVID-19. Travellers are urged to enroll in the Smart Traveler Enrollment Program (STEP) to receive alerts and make it easier to locate you in an emergency. 

Assistance for Canadian visitors

Canadian residents or citizens on-island can contact Honorary Consul Isabelle Ramsay-Brackstone at 441/535-0144 or 441/537-0627, or email [email protected].

Links to useful resources:

Bermuda Government COVID-19 Facts

US State Department Bermuda Status

Government of Canada Bermuda Status

World Health Organization (WHO)