Missions FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

2022 Mission Trips

 

What are the current protocols for future Victory Reach team travel?

Our COVID protocols for travel are and will continue to be, one of our highest

priorities. Find a complete list of our protocols here.

If the country I’m traveling to requires a COVID test prior to departure, how do I

go about that process? Where do I get tested?

The type of COVID test required will depend upon the country to which you’re

traveling. Check the country’s US embassy website for the most up-to-date information

on testing requirements. Your Primary Care Physician or local clinics can also assist you with scheduling testing.

Guatemala – Negative COVID-19 PCR test result taken 72 hours before arrival.

Belize – Negative COVID-19 PCR test result taken 96 hours before departure.

What will happen if a team member is diagnosed with COVID while serving abroad?

During the last 40 years, our Victory Reach staff and teams have, at times, experienced illnesses, injuries, and emergencies that have interrupted a participant’s service week and even their ability to return home at the scheduled time. A COVID diagnosis will not be any different.

Should a participant contract COVID while serving, it will be treated with the care and

concern that all illnesses have been treated with in the past.

Be assured that Victory Reach and our in-country partner will work closely together to make sure the protocols of the individual country are followed, the care of the team member is of the

highest quality possible, and the team member feels safe and supported during their recovery and return home.

 

How long before departure will a team be notified if there are factors that will prevent

them from traveling?

Our Victory Reach team regularly monitors the safety and security of the countries to which we

travel. At any point that it is decided unsafe to travel, we will postpone, relocate, or cancel if necessary.

Find our complete cancellation policy here.