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Saba has new entry policy as of May 1

THE BOTTOM: Per May 1, Saba’s entry policy will change. The mandatory 10-day quarantine will be lifted and connectivity to the island will be increased.

Fully-vaccinated persons do not have to quarantine, while for non-vaccinated persons the quarantine period is reduced to five days. On May 1, Winair will start a new flight schedule between St. Maarten and Saba on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday with two flights per day in the morning and late afternoon.

The Edge plans to resume ferry service between St. Maarten and Saba. Fully-vaccinated persons from a high-risk country will not have to quarantine, but will need to show a negative PCR test result not older than 72 hours before arrival.

Non-vaccinated persons from same will need to show a negative test result, quarantine for 5 days and do a rapid antigen test on day five. No measures for people from low-risk countries. Only fully-vaccinated persons can come to Saba for the day. Day-trippers will need to show a negative test result, and secure approval before travel. All travelers to Saba will require approval before arrival.

Approval can be requested at least 72 hours before arrival via info@sabagov.nl.

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