Coronavirus – Guadeloupe travel advice


This page explains how to stay safely in Guadeloupe as a visitor, if you are unable to return to the UK.

Everyone must comply with the measures put in place in Guadeloupe to limit the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19).

Getting around Guadeloupe

Please check Public health councils in Guadeloupe for more information from local authorities and a daily update on the virus in Guadeloupe.


For more information on entering Guadeloupe, see Entry requirements

Your emotional and mental well-being is important. Read tips on how to take care of your mental well-being and mental health

See Health for more details on healthcare in Guadeloupe.

Also check out the health care advice if you are waiting to return to the UK.

COVID-19 vaccines if you live in Guadeloupe

As information on the national immunization program becomes available, this page will be updated.

The Medicines and Health Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) is the UK authority responsible for assessing the safety, quality and efficacy of vaccines. It has authorized the Pfizer / BioNTech, Oxford / AstraZeneca and Moderna vaccines for temporary supply and use in the UK. Learn more about MHRA approval for these vaccines.

UK nationals living abroad should seek medical advice from their local healthcare provider in the country where they reside. Information on vaccines used in other national programs, including regulatory status, should be available from local authorities. This list of strict regulatory authorities recognized by the World Health Organization can also be a useful source of additional information. Learn more about COVID-19 vaccines on the World Health Organization COVID-19 vaccine page.


There is a range of government financial supports that you can access when you cannot return due to coronavirus restrictions.

If you are in Guadeloupe and have exhausted all other options to cover essential living expenses while waiting to return home, you can apply for an emergency loan for your living expenses from the UK government. You can only apply if you normally live in the UK and cannot return home. This last resort option is aimed at the poor and you will have to repay the loan when you return to the UK. Apply for an emergency loan.

For additional advice from the UK government on what support you can access overseas, check out our advice pending return. This includes advice on finances, health, and maintaining contact.

Help and support

If you need urgent consular assistance, contact the nearest British Embassy, ​​High Commission or Consulate. All phone numbers are available 24/7.

Further information

See advice on make travel plans to return to the UK, or what to do if you cannot leave immediately.

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