April 20. Curacao has added an entry requirement for U.S. travelers, and Saba will welcome U.S. visitors starting on May 1 but with different rules for vaccinated and unvaccinated travelers.
A rapid antigen test on the third day of a stay in Curacao is now mandatory, in addition to the existing entry requirements of a Digital Immigration Card and a Passenger Locator Card (PLC) uploaded within 48 hours of travel and proof of a negative PCR test taken within 72 hours of departure.
Every traveler is required to have insurance to cover any Covid-19-related expenses.
Saba, meanwhile, will welcome travelers from high-risk countries, including the U.S., on May 1. Travelers need to obtain approval before arriving in Saba through firstname.lastname@example.org. Fully vaccinated adults must present proof of a negative PCR test taken 72 hours before arrival and are not required to quarantine. Non-vaccinated travelers must quarantine for five days and take a rapid antigen test on day five.
Travelers connecting through St. Maarten prior to visiting Saba must follow St. Maarten’s entry requirements in addition to those for Saba: a completed health declaration uploaded at stmaartenentry.com and proof of a negative Covid-19 test result taken within five days prior to arrival or an FDA-approved rapid test within 48 hours of departure.
Source: Travel Weekly