All COVID-19 restrictions lifted

Published on 09/08/2022
The health check system at all French national borders has officially been lifted. COVID certificates are no longer required as of August 1st, 2022.
Until January 31st, 2023 the government may still trigger “emergency brake” measures, should a new COVID-19 variant pose a serious health threat.

International travel

Travelers to St. Martin and St. Barths are now exempt from any health formalities prior to entry.

Upon arrival by boat in St. Martin, the usual customs and immigration formalities apply, as well as entry declarations with the St. Martin Port authority: Clairance Port of Marigot.

Other countries may still maintain specific measures and formalities to enter their borders:
- Sint Maarten: Entry requirements and EHAS declaration
- Anguilla: check out the latest update by the St. Martin Port Authority. Prior to travel, please consult the Tourist Office of Saint-Martin for further updates.

Let’s stay safe and healthy

Wearing a mask is no longer mandatory. It is still recommended in closed or small spaces, and at large gatherings, as well as for all persons at high risk for severe illness. More information on safety measures by clicking here.