Given the favorable development of epidemiological indicators in Guadeloupe and Martinique, the prefects of the two islands are re-establishing free movement between the two territories.
Due to the drop in the number of cases, both in Guadeloupe and Martinique, the prefects of the two islands are announcing a gradual reduction in the measures in force.
Thus, the 7-day isolation period, until now mandatory for unvaccinated people moving between the two territories, is lifted, as of Tuesday, June 22.
In addition, the measures applicable to the movement of people between Saint-Martin and the sister islands also changed on the same day.
Alexandre Rochatte, Prefect of Guadeloupe and Stanislas Cazelles, Prefect of Martinique have decided that from June 22, passengers aged eleven and over from Saint-Martin, who do not have a complete vaccination schedule will be subject to the measures to several measures.
A PCR test of less than 72 hours or anti-gene test of less than 48 hours before boarding, justification of a compelling reason and isolation period of 7 days on arrival, PCR or antigen test to be carried out at the end of the period of isolation.