St. Barts Open to Vaccinated Travelers Since 09JUN

When France opened up to vaxxed travellers, so did its overseas territories, meaning the Caribbean island of St. Barts has also opened to vaccinated travellers as of 09JUN. Visitors must still present a negative COVID-19 test taken within three days of arrival, and vaccinated travellers will not be required to quarantine. St. Barts does not have a portal for uploading health documents so travellers will need to send their vaccination records directly to hotels or villas before finalizing any bookings. They may also need to show proof of vaccination when they arrive at the island and again upon check-in at their accommodation. Vaccines must be approved by the European Medical Agency to be eligible for these conditions, and visitors under 18 can visit without one. Travellers under 10 will not have to be tested.


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