Depending on whether passengers have been vaccinated or not, passengers traveling by plane to or from Martinique as well as boat passengers must respect the rules. The prefecture states that “since June 9, 2021, a health permit has been temporarily put in place to accompany the French in their return to normal life, while minimizing the risks of contamination.”
Since Friday, April 1, 2022, the curfew has been lifted in Martinique. Released on July 13, 2021, due to the critical health situation.
As a result, travel conditions to and from Martinique have evolved. to leave the island for another national territory, A sworn statement is required.
Any passenger 12 years of age or older, If not vaccinatedhe must justify that his displacement is based on a persuasive motive Of a personal or family nature, or a health emergency or an occupational reason that cannot be postponed. In addition, he undertakes to:
- Submit a negative RT-PCR test result in less than 72 hours or an antigenic test that allows detection of the SARS-CoV-2 N protein less than 48 hours before boarding.
- accept that screening test or screening on arrival may be performed, 7 days after the second injection of the dual-injection vaccines (Pfizer, Moderna, Astra-Zeneca, Novavax), 4 weeks after the injection of the single-injection vaccines (Johnson & Johnson), 7 days after a vaccine is given (only one injection is required) in people who already have a history of Covid-19 infection.
Vaccinated passengers are not subject to these obligations.And the Determines the county.
A vaccinated person is a person who can certify that the full vaccination schedule has been completed. Since 1 February 2022, in order for their vaccination schedule to remain fully recognized, persons eighteen years of age or older wishing to enter the national territory must receive a dose of the complementary RNA vaccine no later than 9 months after the last dose was injected. required.
Airport passenger registration.
Likewise, any traveler aged 12 or over, If not vaccinatedsubject to the same rules as those who leave the island. If the latter was vaccinatedmust present a negative result for a bioviral screening test (PCR test) less than 72 hours before or an antigenic test allowing detection of the SARS-CoV-2 N protein made less than 48 hours before boarding.
For passengers to and from Guadeloupe, Saint Martin, Saint Barthelemy, Guyana: any passenger 12 years of age or older, If not vaccinatedHe must justify that his trip is based on a compelling personal or family reason, a health emergency or a professional reason that cannot be postponed. this too, vaccinated passengers Not subject to these obligations.
Since June 9, 2021, passenger flows between France and foreign countries have reopened “According to the methods that differ according to the health status of third world countries and the vaccination of travelers.”
The classification of countries was determined on the basis of health indicators. It is likely to be adapted according to the evolution of the epidemic situation. Since July 1, 2021, the “European Corridor”, also known as the “EU Digital COVID Certificate”, has been implemented in all member states, with a transition period of six weeks. It is set to be used legally until June 30, 2022.Martinique Province
Find the list of countries with green, red and orange on : https://www.gouvernement.fr/info-coronavirus/deplacements
“Tor a traveler aged 12 or over, If not vaccinatedHe must justify that his trip is based on a compelling personal or family reason, a health emergency or a professional reason that cannot be postponed.
He also undertakes to submit a negative result of a bioviral screening test (PCR test) of less than 72 hours or an antigen allowing detection of the SARS-CoV-2 N protein made less than 48 hours before boarding, to accept that a screening test or Checked upon arrival.
If this traveler has been vaccinated He must also submit a negative PCR test result or a less than 72 hour antigen test that was taken less than 48 hours before his departure.
If the person concerned has not been vaccinated-This is the same limitation as before. Moreover, she must “He undertakes to announce his place of isolation with honor.” Coming from Martinique and heading to a red country, the trip must be justified for health, professional or family reasons.
Rafting boat (illustration image)
The methods of sea travel are similar to those used for air travel. “However, days at sea are taken into account in the 7-day isolation period for people who do not have a full vaccination schedule.
also, “Any access to Martinique must be declared to CROSSAG” By e-mail ([email protected]) with the subject “Declaration of Entry into Martinique – Ship [XXXXX]The following documents are attached:
- Duly complete the enclosed entry permit to be sent at least 24 hours prior to the scheduled arrival time
- Any document that justifies the compelling cause
- Negative result of a virological bioassay for each passenger that was performed less than 72 hours prior to departure.
Since June 9, 2021, a health permit has been temporarily put in place to support the French in returning to normal life while minimizing the risks of contamination.
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