With the health emergency lifted, the province of Martinique has clarified the new rules for travel to and from Martinique since Friday, April 1. Either way, unvaccinated passengers must always justify a compelling reason to travel.
While that Lifting the curfew On this Friday in addition to the state of health emergency, travelers to and from Martinique still have to respect certain rules. on his sitethe governorate set the new travel conditions since 1Verse April.
Any traveler 12 years of age or older, who has not been vaccinated, must justify that their trip is based on a compelling reason. He must also submit a negative PCR test less than 72 hours ago or a negative antigen test that was taken less than 48 hours before boarding. Unvaccinated minors can travel without compelling reasons, but a negative result must nevertheless be submitted for a PCR or antigen test.
Vaccinated passengers must submit a negative PCR test result that is less than 72 hours old or an antigen test that is less than 48 hours old.
Coming from Martinique
For passengers bound for France, unvaccinated passengers must justify that their flight is based on a compelling personal or family reason, a health emergency or a professional reason that cannot be postponed. They must also submit a negative PCR test in less than 72 hours or a negative antigen test done less than 48 hours before boarding. They also undertake to accept the possibility of a screening or screening test upon arrival. Travelers with a full vaccination schedule are not subject to these obligations.
to the West Indies
For passengers arriving from and heading to Guadeloupe, Saint Martin, Saint Barthelemy, Guyana, the conditions are the same, especially for unvaccinated passengers with compelling reason and a negative test, agreeing to accept a test on arrival.
to and from abroad
To a green or orange country: Any traveler 12 years of age or older, who has not been vaccinated, must justify that their trip is based on a compelling personal or family reason, a health emergency or an occupational reason that cannot be postponed.
Coming from a green or orange country: Those who have not been vaccinated must justify a compelling reason and submit a negative result for a PCR test that is less than 72 hours old or an antigen test that is less than 48 hours old.
Those vaccinated should submit a negative test. Unvaccinated minors can travel without compelling reasons, but must nonetheless submit a negative test.
Coming from a red country and heading to Martinique: The unvaccinated person must justify that their trip is based on a compelling reason, submit a negative test, accept the possibility of testing on arrival, and honor the place of isolation. Those vaccinated should submit a negative test.
To a red country: Any traveler who has not been vaccinated must justify that their trip is based on a compelling reason.
Travel by sea
The prefecture adds that “the methods of sea travel are similar to those of air travel”, except that “days at sea are taken into account in the 7-day isolation period for people who do not submit a full vaccination schedule. All arrivals to Crossag must be announced via email (antilles). @mrccfr.eu) with the subject “Announcement of Entry to Martinique – Ship [XXXXX]The following documents are attached: The attached entry permit is duly completed to be sent at least 24 hours prior to the scheduled time of arrival, and any document justifying the compelling cause and negative result of a bioviral examination for each passenger, conducted less than 72 hours prior to departure.
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