COVID-19 Testing
Availability in the Turks and Caicos Islands

Turks and Caicos Islands COVID-19 Testing

The Turks and Caicos Islands has expanded our testing capacity in response to new testing requirements implemented for travelers entering the United States and Canada. We wish to assure you that Turks and Caicos COVID-19 Testing capacity is adequate to facilitate all visitors to the destination.

Additional testing locations are expected to be added throughout the Sister Islands

Approved Testing Sites at Hotels / Resorts

North West Point, Providenciales
Phone: 1 (649) 941-8133

Beaches Resort
Grace Bay, Providenciales
Phone: 1 (649) 946-8000

Club Med Turkoise
Grace Bay, Providenciales
Phone: 1 (649) 946-5500

COMO Parrot Cay
Parrot Cay
Phone: 1 (649) 339-7788
Website Link

Grace Bay Club
Grace Bay, Providenciales
Phone: 1 (649) 946-5050
Website Link

East Bay Resort
1 Fourth Street, South Caicos
Phone: 1 (866) 297-6248

The Meridian Club
Pine Cay
Phone: 1.888.286.7993

Ocean Club Resorts
54 Bonaventure Crescent Grace Bay Beach
Phone: 1.649.946.5880

Sail Rock Resort
South Caicos
Phone: 1 (649) 946-3777
Website link

Seven Stars Resort
Grace Bay Road, Providenciales
Phone: 1 (649) 333-7714
Website link 

The Palms
16 Princess Drive, Providenciales
Phone: 1 (649) 946-5502

The Shore Club
13 Sea Breeze Close, Long Bay Beach, Providenciales
Phone: 1 (649) 339-8000

COVID-19 Laboratory Testing Options

ACCU Diagnostics
C101 Cabot House, Graceway Plaza
Leeward Highway, Providenciales
Phone: 1 (649) 231-1184

Associated Medical Practices
5A Windward Rd, Providenciales
Phone: 1 (649) 946-4242

Carolina Medical Clinic
Town Centre Mall
Downtown, Providenciales
Phone: 1 (649) 946-4367

Cockburn Town Medical Center
Hospital Road, Grand Turk
Phone: 1 (649) 941-2900

FamilyCare Medical Services Ltd
121 Blue Mountain Rd
Horizon House Unit B, Providenciales
Phone: 1 (649) 431-3262
Testing also available in Grand Turk

Flamingo Pharmacy
(Offering Services Starting February 1st)
Unit 105/6, Cabot House
Graceway Plaza (Main IGA), Providenciales
Phone: 1 (649) 941-4527

Grace Bay Medical Centre
Neptune Plaza, Providenciales
Phone: 1 (649) 941-5252

Omnicare Medical Center
Town Centre Mall
Downtown, Providenciales
Phone: (649) 344-6789
Testing also available in Grand Turk


All persons flying to the United States (including citizens and residents), must complete an attestation form. An attestation is a statement, writing, entry, or other representation under 18 U.S.C. § 1001 that confirms that the information provided is true. Passengers are only required to retain a paper or electronic copy of their negative test result or documentation of recovery for the entirety of their itinerary. The attestation should be submitted to and retained by the airline or aircraft operator.

Turks and Caicos COVID-19 Testing FAQ

For travel to the USA, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has mandated that effective January 26, 2021 all air passengers, 2 years of age or older, including US citizens and legal permanent residents. Travelers must also confirm information presented is true, in the form of an attestation, collected by the airline.
For travel to Canada, effective January 7, 2021, all air travelers 5 years of age or older are required to provide proof of a negative COVID-19 molecular test result to the airline prior to boarding international flights bound for Canada.

Please visit the following link for a list of testing locations in the Turks and Caicos Islands 

Costs for COVID testing varies. Please contact the testing facilities directly to inquire about pricing.

For travel to the USA, per the guidance of the CDC, testing must take place no more than 3 days before your flight to the US departs. The US is accepting both PCR and antigen tests. Make sure that you receive your results before your flight departs and have written or electronic documentation of your results to show the airline. Personal identifiers on your negative test results must match the personal information on your passport or other travel documents.


For travel to Canada, you must take the test within 72 hours of your scheduled departure time and you must retain evidence of your test results for the 14-day period that begins on the day you enter Canada. The test must be performed using one of two types of COVID-19 tests–either a molecular polymerase chain reaction (PCR) or Loop-mediated Isothermal Amplification (LAMP). Antigen tests are not accepted.

All air passengers traveling to the USA and Canada, including those who have received one or both vaccination dosages, are required to provide a negative COVID-19 test result to board their flight.
The airline will confirm a COVID-19 negative test result for all passengers before boarding. Personal identifiers (name and birth date) on your negative test result or documentation of recovery must match the personal identifiers on your passport or other travel documentation.
If a passenger chooses not to provide a test result or documentation of recovery, the airline must deny boarding to the passenger.
For travel to the USA, the CDC requires that air passengers ages 2 and older arriving in the US have a paper or electronic copy of their test result for review by the airline before you board and for potential review by public health officials after you arrive in the US. For travel to Canada all passengers 5 years of age and older must present a negative laboratory test (paper or electronic proof of result) to the airline or private operator before coming to Canada. The negative laboratory test result must include: traveler name and date of birth, name and civic address of the laboratory/clinic/facility that administered the test, the date on which the test was conducted and the method of test conducted (PCR or LAMP).

Yes. A COVID-19 Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) test is the only test accepted for travel to the Turks and Caicos Islands. For additional information on entry requirements and TCI Assured please visit

This order applies to all flights, including private flights and general aviation aircraft (charter flights). Passengers traveling by air into the US are required to have proof of testing regardless of flight type

In the USA, some state and local governments may have travel restrictions and quarantine requirements in addition to the national testing requirement. Please visit the following link for state and local recommendations or requirements prior to travel:

In Canada, everyone entering must follow mandatory isolation or quarantine requirements. As a traveler, you must demonstrate that you have an adequate plan for quarantine. As of November 21, 2020, it is mandatory to electronically submit your quarantine plan via the ArriveCAN mobile app. Failure to comply with this order is an offence under the Quarantine Act and could lead to imprisonment and/or fines. For more information, visit

Yes; the latest CDC order requires testing prior to boarding a flight to the US, regardless of trip duration.
If you are arriving on a direct flight to the US, your test must be done within the 3 days before your flight to the US departs. If you are arriving to the US via one or more connecting flights, your test must be done in the 3 days before the first flight in your itinerary, but only if the connecting flights were booked as a single passenger record with a final destination in the US and each connection (layover) is no longer than 24 hours long. If your connecting flight to the US was booked separately or a connection in your itinerary lasts longer than 24 hours, you will need to get tested within the 3 days before your flight that arrives in the US.
If your flight from Turks and Caicos is delayed before departure, you will need to get re-tested if the delay causes your test to fall outside of the 3-day pre-departure testing period requirement.
Yes. Any traveler entering the US from the Turks and Caicos Islands, even for a connection, will require testing before departure.
  1. It must be done 1-3 days before their flight to the US, UK or Canada to obtain a self-administered SARS-CoV-2 LFD. 
  2. Where the test result is NEGATIVE, certificate will be issued.  
  3. When a person tests POSITIVE, a second LFD test will be immediately carried out. 
  4. If the result of the second test is NEGATIVE step 2 will be followed. If POSITIVE once again, a PCR test will be arranged. 
  5. The person and their immediate contacts would be advised to self-isolate until contacted by the Public Health Team. 
  6. The person will be quarantined for 14 days in their place of residence or until the Ministry of Health authorizes them to leave the country by medivac if medically required (insurance covers these costs).   

Travelers must ensure there is insurance coverage for 14 days quarantine. 

For additional information and frequently asked questions regarding travel to the USA please click here. For additional information and frequently asked questions regarding travel to Canada please click here.

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