St. Eustatius will further open up its borders on Sunday, May 9. As of this date family members of residents and Statians who want to return home can enter the island as well as visitors from Curaçao, Aruba, St. Maarten, Bonaire and Saba. The only condition is that all incoming travelers must be fully vaccinated.
Everyone else can also visit Statia, but must go into quarantine for 10 days if they are not fully vaccinated.
The third phase of the road map does not have a starting date but will start when 50 per cent of the population of St. Eustatius is vaccinated. When this is reached, fully vaccinated visitors can come to Statia without the mandatory quarantine of 10 days. Up till now in total 879 persons (which is 37 per cent) received both doses of the Moderna vaccine.
In the fourth phase everyone can enter the island, also not vaccinated visitors, without the need to go into quarantine. The condition is that the majority of the Statian residents must be vaccinated, which is 80 per cent.
As of April 11, Statian residents who are fully vaccinated do not need to go into quarantine after traveling abroad.