COVID-19

This page provides information on COVID-19 related matters on St. Eustatius.

For your specific questions on COVID-19, please call the Public Health Department : +599 3182891 or send an e-mail to info@.covid19@statiagov.com

Entry policy during the COVID-19 Pandemic

Everyone is allowed to enter St. Eustatius following the common immigration regulations. Registration is however mandatory. This applies for persons entering by airplane and by boat.

Registration can be done by filling in the Electronic Health Authorization System (EHAS).

Quarantine

When entering St. Eustatius from abroad, a quarantine policy is applicable. Please find the latest Quarantine Policy on this page.

Vaccination

Vaccination against COVID-19 in St. Eustatius started in February 2021. The Moderna Vaccine is being used. For registration and/or questions, please call +599 3182891 or +599 3185146 (whatsapp) or send an e-mail vaccinationregistration@statiagov.com

For more information, please refer the link on this page. Here you can also find the registration form

Medical referrals

For the status on medical referrals, please refer to the Health Insurance Office (ZVK). Telephone: (+599) 318 3379 or (+599) 318 3381. Email:  info@zorgverzekeringskantoor.nl

Business travel to St. Maarten

Travel for (essential) business to St. Maarten is possible. The Public Health Department organizes the so-called business bubbles to St. Maarten on a frequent basis. For information, please call the Public Health Department at call +599 3182891 or send an e-mail to info.covid19@statiagov.com

Advice and information on COVID-19

Need factual information about COVID-19? We advise you to get yourself informed through official channels. You can go to the website of the National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (RIVM). This institute provides advice and information on the COVID-19 virus. The organization also provides advice to doctors, laboratories and municipal health services (GGDs) on tackling the virus. You can find detailed information in English and Dutch on the RIVM website. See: www.rivm.nl/en

Another valuable resource is the Ministry of Health, Welfare and Sports in the Netherlands. The website is : https://www.government.nl/ministries/ministry-of-health-welfare-and-sport.