St. Maarten travel advice upgraded to orange code. | SMN News

THE HAGUE:— On Sunday, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs tightened the travel advice for Sint Maarten to code orange (only necessary trips). The ministry decided not to recommend vacation trips to the island because of the increase in coronavirus infections.

The ministry urges people not to travel to St. Maarten unless absolutely necessary. Travelers from Sint Maarten are advised to quarantine for a fortnight. Code yellow applies to Aruba, Bonaire, and Curaçao (note, security risks).

More infections have been confirmed on Sint Maarten than in the other parts of the Caribbean part of the Dutch kingdom. It concerns 128 infections and

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