Resources for travellers visiting Bermuda
Before you travel to Bermuda
- Health Insurance - before visiting Bermuda, all travellers should have adequate health insurance. Bermuda does not have universal care and travellers will be responsible for the cost of their healthcare while on the Island
- Immunisations - ensure your standard immunisations (MMR, Tetanus, Pertussis or whooping cough, DTaP/Tdap, Haemophilus B, Polio, Pneumococcal, Hepatitis B, Chicken Pox, Influenza) are up-to-date.
- Zika - Bermuda has no local transmission of Zika.
- Novel Coronavirus – Bermuda has issued the following travel advice and restrictions: Travel to Bermuda is discouraged if travellers have spent any time in mainland China in the past 14 days. Visitors will undergo a travel risk assessment by a Health Officer. Depending on risk assessment, visitors may have their health monitored and movement on island restricted for up to 14 days.
During your stay in Bermuda
If you have an emergency phone 911
Emergencies include sudden health emergencies, criminal activities and fires.
Hospital care - for urgent or emergency health matters you should visit the King Edward VII Memorial Hospital (KEMH) or the Lambo Foggo Urgent Care Centre (UCC).
Other links to some helpful resources to ensure you stay healthy while visiting Bermuda: