Current public health situation in Martinique

Update: Current public health situation in Martinique

Martinique’s public health situation continues to improve thanks to its ongoing efforts to stop the spread of COVID-19 on the island. As of October 27, the number of cases and hospitalizations continued to be stabilized. As a result, the authorities have announced a gradual reduction in health and safety measures. This includes reopening public establishments with mandatory mask-wearing, allowing access to beaches with some restrictions, and permitting nautical and recreational activities, provided that participants embark and disembark within six miles of their home.

To ensure the safety of residents and visitors, a number of measures remain in place, including mandatory mask-wearing in many public spaces, and a health pass that must be shown by people over age 18 in order to access restaurants, cultural and sporting events, and other sites and activities. 

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Learn more here about travel to Martinique (in English).

Learn more here about recommendations (in French).