Martinique reopens to Citizens and Residents of the United States

The United States is now categorized for the French West Indies and mainland France as a “Green country.*”

“Green country” visitor requirements for entry to Martinique: All US Visitors need to show proof of a negative PCR test taken and received within 72 hours or a negative antigen test received with 48 hours before arrival on the island.

If you are vaccinated you are not subject to any quarantine measures
You will be asked for proof of vaccination:
Proof will only be valid if it indicates that you are fully vaccinated, i.e.:
Two weeks after the second shot for two-shot vaccines (Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca);
Four weeks after the shot for one-shot vaccines (Johnson & Johnson);
Two weeks after the shot for vaccines administered to people who have already had COVID-19 (only one dose is necessary).
Only vaccines authorized by the European Medicines Agency (EMA) will be accepted, i.e. Pfizer (Comirnaty), Moderna, AstraZeneca (Vaxzevria) and Johnson & Johnson (Janssen).

If you are not vaccinated
Upon boarding, each traveler aged 11 years or older must present a negative PCR or antigenic test taken less than 72 hours before the flight.
Need to self quarantine for 7 days.
Fill out a sworn statement from the French Interior Ministry**

These requirements will not apply to:
Trips by residents of cross-border areas (border within a 30 km radius of your residence, and for a duration of less than 24 hours).
Work-related trips, the urgent or frequent nature of which makes them incompatible with these tests.
If you fit the exemptions above, you must have a document proving the reasons for your trip.

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American Airlines will resume its non-stop flights from Miami to Fort-de-France, Martinique one day a week on Saturdays starting in November. More info here.