The event, which alternates between Jersey and Guernsey, was held in Guernsey in 2020
According to organizers, people who want to participate in the Channel Islands Pride event must be vaccinated or have tested negative for coronavirus.
They said they have a responsibility to make sure people are free to celebrate the LGBTQ+ community without fear of contracting the Covid-19 virus.
The event is scheduled to take place in Jersey City on Aug. 21.
Director Christian May said the move was intended to ensure “as much safety … as possible.”
Mr. May said: “We want to make sure that everyone who wants to come can come and celebrate with us and do it as safely as possible.”
People arriving on the island for the event will be screened as part of the standard arrival procedure, the Pride website said.
The message does not say how the rules will be enforced for islanders.
Late last week, however, the website reported that organizers “will publish our full Covid policy and procedures for dealing with it in the coming days.”
The Pride event alternates between Guernsey and Jersey each year.
The islands held the first “in-person” BVI 2020 Pride event in Guernsey in September, after the island succeeded in lifting nearly all restrictions related to the coronavirus.
Thousands of people gathered for the march through the port of St. Peter.
The 2021 event is free to attend and will be held at Les Jardins de La Mer in St. Helier.