Transport Online – Sint Maarten travel advice sharpened from yellow to orange


THE HAGUE – The travel advice for Sint Maarten has been adjusted. It has gone from yellow to orange, with which the Ministry of Foreign Affairs advises against unnecessary trips. The reason for the adjustment is a sharp increase in the number of corona infections.

Sint Maarten will be open to tourists from Europe from 1 June, and from the Netherlands the code was yellow until Sunday morning, which warns about safety risks. However, the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs has now changed this to orange.

Anyone who travels to Sint Maarten must fill in a health declaration in advance. A negative result from a Covid-19 PCR test must also be submitted no later than 72 hours before departure on arrival. Travelers are also obliged to take out travel insurance and are strongly advised to quarantine for fourteen days when they return to the Netherlands.


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