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Notice: If you are under the age of 18, please enter an authorized parent or legal guardian. (additional verification may be required)
UPDATE: 04/03/2022 Inbound air or sea domestic travelers such as passengers arriving via Guam (United Airlines, Military Arrivals, Sea Arrivals, etc.) are not required to fill out the Health Declaration Form. All international travelers are required to fill out the Health Declaration Form due to outbound testing requirements.
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The CNMI Health Official is charged with protecting the health of all residents in the
CNMI. During this pandemic time, the CNMI employs a data driven and laboratory
testing approach to ensure that SARS-COV-2 is not transmitted within the CNMI
As highlighted on the arrival registration portal, CNMI has implemented a stringent
quarantine criterion for travelers. No traveler is exempt. All travelers are quarantined for
some duration. What length of duration of quarantine is determined by the applicant's
information, strength of justification, and assessment of the critical nature of work.
While travelers may have multiple entry requests, approval of one request does not
imply automatic approval for future requests. Each application for entry into the CNMI
for essential work or modified quarantine is reviewed by the CNMI Health Official.
CNMI, while recognizing CISA categories, has established a local process to consider
modified quarantine for certain essential work needs critical for CNMI. Simply being in a
CISA category should not be perceived as a reason to be exempted from our local
procedures nor does if confer “approved essential worker” for the CNMI.
After a negative result is received from SARS-COV-2 testing on arrival, you may be
approved to self-quarantine at own lodging with limited movement and barred from
attending any form of congregate setting (restaurant, bars, church, meetings, etc.). In
addition, we expect adherence to CDC’s 3W guidelines (wearing a mask, washing, and
watching distance from others).
All incoming passengers must register to be enrolled into Sara Alert for a minimum of 5 days or duration of their stay in the CNMI.
What is Sara Alert?
The Sara Alert system allows CNMI Health Representatives to enroll individuals at risk of developing a coronavirus infection so those individuals can report on any symptoms they're having daily. This allows CNMI health officials to efficiently watch out for the virus in our community, and follow up directly with people reporting symptoms.
After your enrollment by a CNMI Health Representative, the Sara Alert System will contact you on your preferred method for the next 5 days. Please respond every day. If you are non-responsive or report any symptoms, a CNMI Health Representative will reach out to you.
Official VAX record (CDC Cards are not an official vaccination record)
For unvaccinated travelers - Negative PCR test result within 72 hours of arrival into the CNMI
If you were previously positive for COVID-19, please upload information related to your case. (lab results, doctors notes, etc)
Return Flight Ticket if leaving within 10 days