Now, Anguilla announced that a fee will also be required to cover costs related to additional tests and medical protocols like extra staff or quarantine. Individuals will have to pay $1,000 and families up to four members will have to pay $1,500. But, those individuals and families staying longer than three months will have to pay $2,000 and $3,000 respectively. Future visitors have to apply for entry authorization, and those arriving from high-risk countries, including the U.S., must quarantine for 14 days.
Source: TRAVEL WEEKLY