PHILIPSBURG:--- The Government of St. Maarten namely the Ministry of General Affairs, Ministry of Education, and Minister of TEATT are busy working on a repatriation flight for students and residents that are stuck overseas. Minister of Education Rodolphe Samuel said that there are some 60 students that are ready to board the flight back home. Minister Samuel said that the department had direct contact with some 58 of the students that are ready to return but no definite date and airline has been determined as the intention is to get as many persons on the flight back. The Minister said that those students are residents that return home must have been quarantined for at least 14 days. He called on everyone to continue to follow the social distancing guidelines and taking all necessary precautions to keep St. Maarten COVID-19 free.