Welcome to the travel and health information site and Electronic Health Authorization System (EHAS) of Sint Maarten

Due to the COVID-19 epidemic Sint Maarten has established a mandatory health authorization application through an Electronic Health Authorization System (EHAS) for every visitor whether arriving by air, boat or in transit. Without the health authorization, entry into the country will be denied by the immigration authorities. Visitors are encouraged to complete this process as soon as they have received their rt- PCR test results.

Phase 1

June 15th

Saba, Sint Eustatius, Bonaire, Curacao, Aruba, Anguilla, St. Barthelemy, Martinique, Guadeloupe

Phase 2

June 22nd

St. Kitts and Nevis, St. Lucia, Antigua and Barbuda, British Virgin Islands and Dominica

Phase 3

July 1st

Canada and Europe

Phase 4

August 1st

United States of America

Disclaimer: St. Maarten is continuously reviewing the countries we re-open to based on recommendations from the Ministry of Public Health, Social Development and Labor. Scheduled re-openings are subject to change.

TRAVEL REQUIREMENTS

The re-opening of the St. Maarten ports of entry will happen in a phased manner and will be continuously monitored by the Government of St. Maarten and the Department of Public Health. The Government of Sint Maarten reserves the right to amend these conditions at all times when circumstances require such. The travel requirements may vary and depend on the risk status of the country where you reside and also whether you have visited other countries in the past 14 days prior to travel.

Mandatory Application

Due to the COVID-19 epidemic Sint Maarten has established a mandatory Electronic Health Authorization System (EHAS) for every visitor whether arriving by air, boat or in transit. Without the health authorization, entry into the country will be denied by the immigration authorities. Visitors are encouraged to complete this process as soon as they have received their rt-PCR test result.

SURVEILLANCE

Surveillance through self-monitoring is required for all travelers originating from or who have visited a moderate or high-risk country in the past 14 days. There are quarantine and isolation procedures in place for persons who are waiting on their test result respectively test positive and/or develop COVID-19 symptoms during their stay. For visiting cruise tourists who remain for a half day or less on the island, other regulations apply.