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Travelers from Curaçao, Bonaire must now quarantine

Leisure travel from Curaçao and Bonaire to Saba is no longer possible. Persons arriving from these two islands must now go into mandatory quarantine, except ZVK patients. Island Governor Jonathan Johnson announced this during a COVID-19 update on Tuesday, August 11. The decision was taken considering the increase in COVID-19 …

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No new COVID-19 cases on French side, two recoveries

There were no new cases of coronavirus COVID-19 reported on the French side on Saturday, a further encouraging sign that the situation remains stable in St. Martin. Regional Health Authority ARS reported that two more persons have recovered, bringing the total number of recoveries to 15.  Currently there are five …

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Island Council to Bonaire

The Island Council will be visiting Bonaire from Tuesday, September 3 to Saturday, September 7. Bonaire’s national holiday, Bonaire Day on Friday, September 6 is the main reason for the visit, but the Saba delegation will also have a number of meetings and pay some working visits. The five-member delegation, …

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Central Voting Bureau ascertains candidates lists

The Central Voting Bureau came together in a public meeting on Friday, February 8 to ascertain (“vaststellen”) the lists that were submitted on Nomination Day, Monday February 4, 2019. Chairman of the Central Voting Bureau Island Governor Jonathan Johnson announced that no irregularities were found in the three candidates lists …

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Legal Desk kicks off February 23

The Legal Desk will open its doors on Saba for the first time on February 23, 2019. Nathalie Tackling, a legal professional from St. Maarten, will be visiting Saba one weekend per month, with office hours on Saturdays from 8:00am until 12:00pm for walk-ins and from 1:00pm until 5:00pm for …

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