COVID – 19 Suriname updates
Passengers intended to travel to Suriname should observe the COVID-19 measures in effect for the period 01 September 2021 until 22 September 2021:
The borders are open to passenger traffic during this period, provided that:
- Fully vaccinated persons do not need permission to travel to Suriname and are not bound by the quarantine obligation . The airlines have no restrictions on fully vaccinated people, but they do have a control and enforcement obligation.
Someone obtains the status of being fully vaccinated, two weeks after the last vaccination.
The following documents are required:
– Proof of complete vaccination
– Negative PCR and
– Valid travel documents
- Unvaccinated or incompletely vaccinated persons are obliged to quarantine in accordance with the applicable regulations of the Ministry of Health and permission from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Business and International Cooperation. Only after the person has received prior approval from the competent Surinamese authorities to travel, whereby the essential character of the journey to be made will be assessed.
For a better understanding of the above please read the full text of the translated press release COVID-19 measures Aug 09 -Aug 31 2021. These measures have been extended until 22 September 2021.
The full text of the updated measures in Dutch can be read on the COVID-19.sr website.