(Daily Herald) PHILIPSBURG–No polymerase chain reaction (PCR) or antigen tests are required for persons travelling to St. Maarten from “low-risk” countries.
Minister of Public Health, Social Development and Labor VSA Richard Panneflek said there will now be two risk categories of countries/regions: low and high. The risk categories will be by country or by region and should constantly be monitored to see whether adaptation is necessary.
He said residents and travellers coming from countries or regions that are categorised as low-risk, who were not in any high-risk country/region in the last 14 days prior to travel, will need to fill in the mandatory health declaration EHAS at
www.stmaartenentry.com no later than 24 hours prior to their travel to St. Maarten. No PCR or antigen test is required.