TRANSPORT / Residents from the USA and Canada: details


Following our article published the day before yesterday on the conditions of entry to Juliana airport for residents of the island, we were questioned by travelers from the United States and Canada; these indicated to us that a test had been asked of them whereas we had written that no test was requested as it was indicated on the site of St MaartenUpdate.

We then questioned the government of Sint Maarten who confirmed that all residents - vaccinated or not - returning from the USA or Canada must present a PCR test dating less than 72 hours or an antigen less than 48 hours.

Please note that the information available on the site is not up to date.

For other residents returning from an orange country, they must present a PCR test dating back less than 72 hours or if they are vaccinated an antigen of less than 48 hours. Those returning from a red country (banned countries) must present a PCR test dating back less than 72 hours.

Finally, all residents including children must complete the online form.


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