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Covid 19 Updates

The Guyana Revenue Authority’s COVID-19 Page provides continuous updates to the general public with regards to all COVID-19 emergency measures. As such, where changes are made by the Ministry of Health, and where the Authority deems it necessary for additional safety measures to be implemented, that information will be made available here. #StaySafe

  • Operational Changes
  • Emergency Measures

The Revenue Authority will require taxpayers to present proof of full vaccination or a valid negative PCR test result to security personnel at the entrance to any of its offices. This measure took effect from Monday, November 8, 2021.

Visits by appointment can be facilitated via the switchboard operator on telephone numbers 227-6060 or 227-8222 extension 1502, 1506/7, or through its online mailboxes:

Furthermore, persons conducting new motor vehicle registration transactions, transfers, change of intended use or change of engine/ colour will also be required to make an appointment with the Licence Revenue Office. Appointments can be made via WhatsApp messaging only on 655-0806 or via lroappointments@gra.gov.gy 

Subject to the updated Covid-19 Emergency Measures publicised in the Official Gazette of October 30, 2021, any person who wishes to enter any public building (the offices of the Guyana Revenue Authority (GRA)) must now be fully vaccinated.

Unvaccinated or partially vaccinated individuals must make an appointment to visit the entity, and present a valid negative Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) test result.  A PCR test result is valid for seven (7) days.

The updated measures define a fully vaccinated person as someone who has been inoculated with one of the following:

  • An approved single-dose vaccine.
  • The second dose of an approved two-dose vaccine.
  • Any mix-and-match combination of approved vaccines administered at least seventeen (17) days apart.

To date, the Johnson and Johnson vaccine is the only one, of seven (7) approved vaccines, that can be administered as a single dose.