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COVID-19 FAQ

We've pulled together some frequently asked questions to help you plan your trip to Saint-Pierre et Miquelon. Please read the information and consult all provided links to ensure you have the most up-to-date travel information.

 

The information provided on this page was last updated on May 6, 2022. Please be aware that restrictions may change at any time, and the best sources of accurate information are official government websites and documents. 

Can I visit  Saint-Pierre et Miquelon?

Fully vaccinated Canadian travelers are permitted to visit Saint-Pierre et Miquelon for any purpose. Please note that to be considered fully vaccinated to enter SPM, travelers must have recieved two doses plus a booster. Non-vaccinated travelers may travel to Saint-Pierre et Miquelon for essential purposes only.  For detailed information, visit the Prefet de Saint-Pierre et Miquelon website.

How do I get to Saint-Pierre et Miquelon?

SPM Ferries operates a ferry service between Fortune, NL and Saint-Pierre et Miquelon. Visit the SPM Ferries website to view schedules and book tickets.  Air Saint-Pierre offers flights between Saint-Pierre and St. John's, Halifax, and Montreal. 

Do I need a COVID test to enter SPM?

Fully vaccinated travelers no longer require a COVID-19 test to enter Saint-Pierre et Miquelon. 

Do I need to isolate upon arrival in SPM?

Fully vaccinated travelers  are not required to isolate when they arrive in Saint-Pierre et Miquelon. 

What documents do I need to bring with me? 

Upon arrival in Saint-Pierre et Miquelon, you will need to present:

 

  • A valid passport or government photo identification (please click here for more information about acceptable forms of identification)

  • Proof of vaccination

  • Arrival forms (will be provided to you on board the ferry)

Do I need a COVID test to return to Canada?

Fully vaccinated travelers are no longer required to complete a pre-entry test to enter Canada.  For more information, visit the Government of Canada COVID-19 website.  

What do I need to do for my return to Canada? 

Travelers returning to Canada must provide: 

  • Proof of vaccination

  • Receipt from completed ArriveCan submission (must be completed within 72 hours of travel)