COVID-19 Travel Requirements: Travelers to Roatan, who have been vaccinated, are NOT required to have a "Negative" Test. All you need is your original vaccination card. If a traveler has not been vaccinated, they need to have a "Negative" Test within 72 hours of their arrival. It DOES NOT need to be a PCR test but does need to read "Negative" and not "No COVID Detected".
We recommend uploading the test results, PDF, to the Airline App the day before heading to the airport. Also, print your test results and highlight the Result and Day of the Test. Then, bring a digital PDF on your phone and the printed and highlighted results, as back up, to the show to the airlines at check-in and the customs officer when you land in Roatán. If you have an overnight layover at airports like Miami, Houston, and Dallas there are services that will come to your hotel room to administer the test.
As of June 13th 2022, the CDC is NO LONGER requiring air travelers aged two and older (it’s 5 and older for Canada), regardless of nationality or vaccination status, to show documentation of a negative viral test result taken within one day of the flight’s departure to the United States.
Immigration Pre-Check Form: After you have completed your COVID-19 Test and received the results, you will need to go to: https://prechequeo.inm.gob.hn/ and create a user name and password. Here you will fill out your immigrations pre-check form and the Epidemiological Health Surveillance Form. You can't complete the pre-check form until 48 hours before your flight departs. After both are completed, print your pre-check confirmation from the email you will receive. Bring the printed COVID-19 test result and Pre-Check form to the ticket counter when you check in for your flight.
Below is a guide on how to complete the Immigration Pre-Check Form: