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  1. #91
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    CERTIFICATE OF DEROGATORY MOVEMENT


    In application of article 3 of the decree of 23 March 2020 prescribing the general measures necessary to deal with the Covid epidemic19 in the context of the state of health emergency


    I, Ms. / M. :
    Born :
    AT:
    Remaining:
    certify that my trip is related to the following reason (tick the box) authorized by article 3 of the decree of March 23, 2020 prescribing the general measures necessary to deal with the Covid epidemic19 in the context of the state of emergency sanitary1:


    Travel between the home and the place of exercise of the professional activity, when they are essential for the exercise of activities which cannot be organized in the form of telework or professional displacements which cannot be deferred2.


    Travel to purchase supplies necessary for professional activity and purchases of basic necessities3 in establishments whose activities remain authorized (list on government.fr).


    Consultations and care that cannot be provided remotely and that cannot be deferred; consultations and care of patients with a long-term condition.


    Travel for compelling family reasons, for assistance to vulnerable people or childcare.


    Brief trips, within the limit of one hour daily and within a maximum radius of one kilometer around the home, linked either to the individual physical activity of the people, to the exclusion of any collective sporting practice and any proximity to d 'other people, either walking with the only people in the same home, or the needs of pets.


    Judicial or administrative summons.


    Participation in missions of general interest at the request of the administrative authority.


    Made in :
    On: àh
    (Date and time of start of outing must be mentioned)
    Signature:



    1 Persons wishing to benefit from one of these exceptions must have, when necessary, when traveling outside their home, a document enabling them to prove that the trip in question falls within the scope of the one of these exceptions.


    2 To be used by self-employed workers, when they cannot have proof of travel established by their employer.


    3 Including free acquisitions (distribution of foodstuffs ...) and travel related to the receipt of social benefits and the withdrawal of cash.
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  2. #92
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    Thanks John.

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    Phil, if you still have a printed stock of the previous version, you can still use it, you just need to add the time on it.
    (as according to the new rule, we're supposed to be out for one hour).
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  4. #94
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    Quote Originally Posted by Laurent View Post
    Phil, if you still have a printed stock of the previous version, you can still use it, you just need to add the time on it.
    (as according to the new rule, we're supposed to be out for one hour).
    Thank you Laurent. Of course, I already printed out the new one. BTW, I haven't been stopped yet, but I've heard there will soon be more check points. That's fine with me, and only helps to make us feel safer.
    .

    Phil

  5. #95
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    Here is the March 25 update from ARS Guadeloupe:

    New, 3 new cases on St Martin, for a total of 11, including 2 who have recovered. 5 patients are listed as hospitalized (including the 1 transferred to Guadeloupe), and 4 are listed as confined at home.

    Still 2 confirmed cases on St Barth, confined at home.

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  6. #96
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    sorry to see that number rising in St Martin, but a lot of people have arrived there from France in the past week. Many fewer here...

  7. #97
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    Here is the March 26 update from ARS Guadeloupe:

    New, 1 new case on St Martin, for a total of 12, including 2 who have recovered. 6 patients are listed as hospitalized (including the 1 transferred to Guadeloupe, plus 1 other “repatriated” to his country of origin), and 4 are listed as confined at home.

    New, 2 new cases on St Barth, for a total of 5, including 1 who has recovered. 4 patients are listed as confined at home.


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  8. #98
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    Le Journal says one of the new cases in SBH is a doctor.

  9. #99
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    Sad to report this is so.
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    Painful news...

  11. #101
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    From Le Journal's FB page. The lockdown will continue until at least April 15:

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  12. #102
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    Here is the March 27 update from ARS Guadeloupe:

    There is 1 new case on St Martin, for a total of 13, including 2 who have recovered. 7 patients are listed as hospitalized (including 2 transferred to Guadeloupe, and 1 "repatriated" to his country of origin), and 4 are listed as confined at home.

    St Barth has 5 cases, including 1 who has recovered. 4 patients are listed as confined at home.

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  13. #103
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    Here is the March 28 update from ARS Guadeloupe:

    There is 1 new case on St Martin, for a total of 14 cases, including 2 who have recovered. 7 patients are listed as hospitalized (including 2 transferred to Guadeloupe, and 1 "repatriated" to his country of origin), and 5 are listed as confined at home.

    There is 1 new case on St Barth, for a total of 6 cases, including 1 who has recovered. 5 patients are listed as confined at home.

    Separately, Sint Maarten reports 6 cases, 2 of which are hospitalized.

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  14. #104
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    Here is the March 29 update from ARS Guadeloupe:

    There are 4 new case on St Martin, for a total of 18 cases, including 2 who have recovered and 1 deceased. 9 patients are listed as hospitalized (including 2 transferred to Guadeloupe, and 1 "repatriated" to his country of origin), and 6 are listed as confined at home.

    Sint Maarten government sources report that the "repatriated" patient was an American, who was flown to Miami via a private medevac flight.


    There are no new cases on St Barth. Previously reported was a total of 6 cases, including 1 who has recovered. 5 patients are listed as confined at home.

    Separately, yesterday Sint Maarten reported that there are 6 cases in that country, 2 of which are hospitalized.

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  15. #105
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    From Super U on FB. An English Translation by Google Translate follows:

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    Dear clients


    Following your many questions, your Super U St BARTHELEMY takes the floor to keep you informed of the internal situation.


    We inform you that we learned late Thursday afternoon that a member of our team was detected positive for Covid-19 (his family also tested is negative). This person has been in containment since Monday afternoon.


    We immediately notified all of our employees. In the process, we called ARS to have their opinion on the arrangements put in place at Super U St BARTHELEMY and, in their view, we have already implemented everything that could be done.


    However, we still made the decision to change our hours of operation. We are now open Monday to Saturday from 8:00 to 18:00 to allow a final disinfection of the floors before the arrival of the self-service department teams at 19:00. We wanted to make them work shifted so that they no longer interact with you, Customers.
    So we are reducing our teams to the bare minimum during opening hours to the public.


    Currently there are no other cases in the business.


    Our employees are fully mobilized to allow you to do your shopping in the best possible conditions. We warmly thank them for their investment.


    The supply is guaranteed and no shortage is to be feared.


    More than ever, we ask you to respect barrier gestures and safety distances. Please limit your trips and group your purchases.


    Thank you for your support and understanding.


    #all responsible

  16. #106
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    Here is the March 30 update from ARS Guadeloupe:

    There are no new case on St Martin. Previously reported were a total of 18 cases, including 2 who have recovered and 1 deceased. 9 patients are listed as hospitalized (including 2 transferred to Guadeloupe, and 1 "repatriated"), and 6 are listed as confined at home. A 2nd patient who had previously been transferred to the CHU in Guadeloupe is now deceased.

    There are no new cases on St Barth. Previously reported was a total of 6 cases, including 1 who has recovered. 5 patients are listed as confined at home.

    There are no new cases in Sint Maarten, which has reported that there are 6 cases in that country, 2 of which are hospitalized.

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    Here is the March 31 update from ARS Guadeloupe:

    There are 3 new case on St Martin for a total of 21 cases, including 2 who have recovered and 2 deceased. 6 patients are listed as hospitalized (including 1 transferred to Guadeloupe), 1 "repatriated", and 10 are listed as confined at home.

    There are no new cases on St Barth. Previously reported were a total of 6 cases, including 1 who has recovered. 5 patients are listed as confined at home.

    There are no new cases in Sint Maarten, which has reported that there are 6 cases in that country, 2 of which are hospitalized.

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  18. #108
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    Here is the April 1 update from ARS Guadeloupe:

    There is 1 new case on St Martin for a total of 22 cases, including 5 who have recovered and 2 deceased. 7 patients are listed as hospitalized (including 1 transferred to Guadeloupe), 1 "repatriated", and 7 are listed as confined at home.

    There are no new cases on St Barth. Previously reported were a total of 6 cases, including 3 who have recovered. 3 patients are listed as confined at home.

    There are 10 new cases in Sint Maarten, for a total of 16, including 1 deceased.

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  19. #109
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    Le Journal is reporting that President Magras is attempting to get the entire population tested.

    Le Journal can be downloaded at https://www.journaldesaintbarth.com/

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    Translation by Google Translate:

    The entire population of the island soon tested?

    It is far from being done, but it is the project that Bruno Magras and the Executive Council are considering: testing the 10,000 inhabitants of Saint-Barthélemy. It is still necessary to obtain the approval of the health authorities, to obtain the equipment and to set up logistics which will be complicated.

    "We have been working for ten days on the idea of ​​having the entire population tested," says Bruno Magras. This is what the President alluded to in his radio address on Saturday, when he spoke of "additional and innovative means" that the Collectivity wished to put in place "in agreement with the ARS. "

    The Regional Health Agency has repeatedly explained that the multiplication of tests is not necessarily relevant, once the epidemic is installed (read also). However, the President of the Collectivity shared his project with Valérie Denux, Director General of ARS Guadeloupe, and according to him, "she is not against it". If it agrees, the community will have a free hand to organize and finance the test of the 10,000 residents of the island. This is not an easy task, especially from a logistical point of view. Tests are in great demand everywhere in the current context, and to screen everyone, trained and available staff are needed. "We cannot take the risk of doing tests that are not reliable and recognized by the health authorities," underlines Bruno Magras. "If the tests and the protocol that goes with it are approved and we can get our supplies in good time, because this too is a problem, I will urgently meet the executive council and the territorial council", that is to say in the coming days.

    Again, all of this is not done; for those who regret the scarcity of tests, it is better to avoid getting carried away too quickly.

  20. #110
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    Here is the April 2 update from ARS Guadeloupe:

    There are no new cases in St Martin. Previously reported were a total of 22 cases, including 5 who have recovered and 2 deceased. 7 patients are listed as hospitalized , 1 "repatriated", and 7 are listed as confined at home.

    There are no new cases on St Barth. Previously reported were a total of 6 cases, including 3 who have recovered. 3 patients are listed as confined at home.

    Sint Maarten is now reporting 18 cases as of 4/1, with 5 hospitalized, 12 confined at home, and 1 deceased.

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  21. #111
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    Very grateful that you are providing this info. We are all hoping that St. Barth gets to 0 soon.

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    Sint Maarten has just posted their 4/2 numbers.

    Sint Maarten is now reporting 23 cases, with 3 hospitalized, 17 confined at home, 1 recovered, and 2 deceased.

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    Here is the April 3 update from ARS Guadeloupe:

    There are 2 new cases on St Martin for a total of 24 cases, including 5 who have recovered and 2 deceased. 6 patients are listed as hospitalized (including 1 transferred to Guadeloupe), 3 are listed as "repatriated", and 8 are listed as confined at home.


    There are no new cases on St Barth. Previously reported were a total of 6 cases, including 3 who have recovered. 3 patients are listed as confined at home.

    I will post the Sint Maarten numbers separately when they are available. Sint Maarten is of interest because it is the primary gateway to St Barth.

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  24. #114
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    Update from Le Journal to Kevin's post 109 from 4/1 with google translation:

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    THE COLLECTIVITÉ PLAN TO TRACK THE WHOLE POPULATION
    by Valentine Autruffe 04/04/2020

    The territorial council meets in emergency on Saturday April 4 at 10 am to release two million euros to finance the implementation of a total screening of the population at Covid-19.

    The territorial council will discuss this morning this unique project in France: to screen the Covid-19 for the entire population, a little less than 10,000 people. The cost of the operation is estimated at 2 million euros: a million investment in rapid testing machines, and a million in operation.

    In concrete terms, the Collectivité currently calls on two local companies, Solutech and the Bio Pôle Antilles laboratory. The market would dispense with the rules of public procurement, the Com arguing the pressing urgency of the situation.

    Solutech has already submitted a report to elected officials on existing screening systems, in order to highlight the one that would be the most suitable for the island. Saint-Barthélemy plans to use Cepheid GeneXpert machines, which claim sixteen tests per hour. The sample is taken through the nose using a kind of long cotton swab. This technology is about to be certified and already in use in many countries.

    Each machine costs 110,000 euros, and has the advantages of being small, mobile, and easy to use. The cost of each test must be added to this amount. Now, if elected officials vote for their acquisition, it will still have to be obtained: Saint-Barthélemy is surely not the only territory in the world to want to acquire it, and volumes will be quite low. It is therefore necessary to position yourself as quickly as possible, especially since the delivery time can be long. A part of the risk therefore remains on the effective implementation of this project.

    The population would be tested by a "drive" system, and at home for the elderly or those who cannot move. An antibody search campaign is also suggested, by blood test or fingertip pricking, performed by the laboratory. The population would be tested for free, and the Collectivity is working on the possibility of reimbursing part of the cost of the tests by social security, which is very uncertain to date.

    A complete, more precise protocol will need to be developed with the ARS Guadeloupe Saint-Martin Saint-Barth, which gave a favorable opinion to the project.

    These two million euros added to the budget would be taken from the lines planned for 2020 for the educational farm (500,000 euros) and for the electrification and strengthening of the network (1.5 million euros).

    Besides having a precise vision of the spread of the virus on our island, and therefore being able to take appropriate measures, this experiment could then be used for other territories. If the inhabitants of Saint-Barthélemy were all tested within a few weeks, these tools could then be made available to neighboring islands. And with each suspected case of Covid-19, the patient would be immediately tested and quickly fixed.

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    Here is the April 4 update from ARS Guadeloupe:

    There are 5 new cases on St Martin for a total of 29 cases, including 7 (that's a +2) who have recovered and 2 deceased. 6 patients are listed as hospitalized, 3 are listed as "repatriated", and 11 are listed as confined at home. A bit of good news is that the pregnant woman who was transferred to Guadeloupe is now included in the "recovered" count.

    There are no new cases on St Barth. Previously reported were a total of 6 cases, including 4 who have recovered. 2 patients are listed as confined at home.

    Sint Maarten did not post new numbers yesterday, and has yet to do so today.

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    Here is the April 5 update from ARS Guadeloupe:

    There are 2 new cases on St Martin for a total of 31 cases, including 7 who have recovered and 2 deceased. 6 patients are listed as hospitalized, 3 are listed as "repatriated", and 13 are listed as confined at home. The graphic says 32 cases, but the other numbers add to 31.

    There are no new cases on St Barth. Previously reported were a total of 6 cases, including 4 who have recovered. 2 patients are listed as confined at home.

    Sint Maarten has not posted new numbers for several days.


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  28. #118
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    Sint Maarten is now reporting 37 cases, with 1 hospitalized, 29 confined at home, 1 recovered, and 6 deceased. A military flight arrived today with 6 ICU beds and additional supplies.

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  29. #119
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    Here is the April 6 update from ARS Guadeloupe:

    There are no new cases on St Martin. Previously reported were a total of 31 cases, including 7 who have recovered and 2 deceased. 6 patients are listed as hospitalized, 3 are listed as "repatriated", and 13 are listed as confined at home.

    There are no new cases on St Barth. Previously reported were a total of 6 cases, including 4 who have recovered. 2 patients are listed as confined at home.

    Today's graphics report St Barth and St Martin in separate graphics, and adds an age breakdown.

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  30. #120
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    As of yesterday, Sint Maarten is now reporting 40 cases, an increase of 3, with 2 hospitalized, 31 confined at home, 1 recovered, and 6 deceased.

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