COVID19 –SANITARY ENTRY PROTOCOL TO SAINT BARTHELEMY

COVID19 –SANITARY ENTRY PROTOCOL TO SAINT BARTHELEMY (update 2)

July 02 - 08h (local time) Guadeloupe erntry and transit health measures - PTP

Passengers inbound for Guadeloupe.
There is no longer any quarantine measure for "green zone" passengers resident  (Guadeloupe / Martinique / Saint Martin / Saint Barthelemy). The négative  Covid-19 PCR test is not required on arrival.

Passengers in transit in Guadeloupe.
Passengers from France and Europe are subject to the sanitary entry requirements for Saint Barthélemy.
Note: On July 10, the law should provide for an obligation of  having a negative   Covid -19 test within 72 hours of travel from France / Europe to Guadeloupe.
The Covid-19 PCR test is not required for passengers in transit to France.



June 30 - 11h (local time) Sanitary protocol for connecting Passengers to Sint Maarten effective from July 01st 2020

More information about travel and health requirements can be found on government’s website : 

http://www.sintmaartengov.org/government/VSA/Health-Updates/NOVELCORONAVIRUS/Pages/Travel-advice.aspx

https://stmaartenupdates.com/



June 24 - 13h (local time) COVID-19 – Sanitary entry protocol to Saint Barthélémy starting from June 22th

All Visitors will be asked to produce at the passport control desk a négative PCR test to Covid19 performed within 72 hours prior to your arrival date. Children under 10 years old are not required to be tested .

For travelers  who cannot carry out this test in advance, or who have not obtained the result before their departure, a test must still be performed on arrival in St Barths at the St Barths Covid-19 test center BIOPOLE within 24 hours of arrival . An explanatory document will be given on your arrival .The passenger therefore must agree to respect a strict self- quarantine at his /her accomodation , villa or hotel room until the test results are confirmed as being negative.

If a visitor stay exceeds 7 nights, they must agree to be tested again on the 7th day.

It is strongly recommended that you have completed your Covid test before your departure. Some airlines and transit countries may require it for boarding and during your trip.