Saba adopts new entry policy per May 1

Per May 1, Saba’s entry policy will change, whereby the mandatory 10-day quarantine measure will be lifted and the connectivity to the island will be increased. In the new phase, fully-vaccinated persons do not have to quarantine, while for non-vaccinated persons the quarantine period is reduced to five days. More …

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Goat control project awaits rifles and ammunition

The Public Entity Saba’s goat control project is awaiting the arrival of the rifles and ammunition that will be used for the removal of free-roaming goats. The arrival of the rifles has taken much more time than originally planned or expected due mainly to logistical issues and limited cargo space …

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The Caribbean Netherlands may also receive the EU “Digital Green Certificate” for international travel

The Netherlands will investi­gate whether residents of the Caribbean parts of the Kingdom can also use the “digital green certificate” that is being developed in a European context. This “vaccination passport” with which citizens can demon­strate that they were vacci­nated, recently tested and/or recovered is intended to restart international travel. …

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Committee wants debates on social minimum, Statia process

The Permanent Committee for Kingdom Rela­tions of the Second Chamber of the Dutch Parliament decided on Wednesday that it wants two separate debates about the social minimum in the Caribbean Neth­erlands, and the progress to ter­minate governmental interven­tion in St. Eustatius. The committee came together in a procedural meeting for …

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Saba prepared to assist those in need in St. Vincent

On Friday morning, Public Entity Saba received information on the volcanic eruption on St. Vincent. Immediately, Island Governor Jonathan Johnson contacted a representative of the Saban Vincentian community, offering assistance within the Public Entity’s capacity. This morning, Monday, April 12th, the Executive Council had a meeting with persons of Vincentian …

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