Below follows an information and travel advisory update from the Aruba Tourism Authority regarding the measures Aruba has put in place, including travel restrictions in connection with the coronavirus (COVID-19).

LAST UPDATED: JUL 24, 2020
VALID THROUGH: TODAY

UPDATE ON PCR TESTING REQUIREMENTS

 

As a country that is heavily reliant on tourism, we are continually assessing a variety of risks and protections to ensure our safeguards and protocols meet the highest standard. Creating a safe environment for our residents and guests is of the utmost importance to us.

To increase safety measure for the health and wellbeing of travelers and our locals, visitors from the United States residing in:

  • Alabama
  • Arizona
  • Arkansas
  • California
  • Colorado
  • Florida
  • Georgia
  • Idaho
  • Iowa
  • Kansas
  • Louisiana
  • Mississippi
  • Nevada
  • North Carolina
  • Ohio
  • Oklahoma
  • Oregon
  • South Carolina
  • South Dakota
  • Tennessee
  • Texas
  • Utah
  • Wisconsin
  • Wyoming

will still be able to travel to Aruba. However, as of July 10th, travelers residing in the states listed above must take a PCR test and upload their test results as part of the online Embarkation/Disembarkation process prior to departure. Travelers can get tested within the 72-hour period prior to their direct departure flight time to Aruba, and they must upload the results to the online Embarkation/Disembarkation process at least 12-hours prior to their direct departure flight time to Aruba. Travelers residing in the states listed above states will not be able to upload results after that point, meaning that they cannot travel to Aruba without a valid negative PCR test.
Travelers residing in states listed above will not have the option to be tested upon arrival at the airport in Aruba.

All other United States visitors that reside in states not listed above still have the option of taking a PCR test at their own expense upon arrival at the airport in Aruba, or can upload the PCR test in the 72-12 hour window.

We recognize this causes an extra step for those wanting to travel, and also know not everyone will be able to have access to this test in their state. These are necessary safeguards designed to keep Aruba safe and free of health risks.

Please continue to check this Traveler Health Requirements page for updates.

Essential, must read information for all travelers to Aruba

REOPENING STATEMENT & COUNTRY/REGION START DATES

As of June 10, 2020, the government of Aruba officially announced that the country will reopen its borders and once again welcome inbound travel. The decision to reopen borders, which were closed due to COVID-19 restrictions in early March, was made in conjunction with the Aruba Department of Public Health (DPH) and took into consideration the ongoing guidance from the World Health Organization (WHO), The Dutch National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (RIVM) and Centers for Disease Control (CDC) in the United States.

The government of Aruba considered a range of factors in the reopening decision-making process, including:

  • Local Containment
    An aggressive response to identifying and managing potential cases of COVID-19 was impactful and reduced the effect on Aruba.
  • Gradual Easing of On-Island Restrictions
    As conditions improved, restrictions on the island have been carefully rolled back without significant concerns.
  • Stringent Health Standards in Place
    Stringent new health and safety protocols, including the Aruba Health & Happiness Code, have been implemented island-wide, with a heavy emphasis on tourism and hospitality businesses to help ensure the well-being of Aruba’s visitors and local community.

PERMITTED COUNTRIES/REGIONS & OPENING DATES

Aruba’s diligent reopening will happen in phases, monitored closely by the Government of Aruba and the Department of Public Health, and the following are the most recently updated reopening dates by region and country:

June 15, 2020 – Bonaire & Curacao
July  1, 2020 - Canada
July  1, 2020 - Europe
July  1, 2020 - The Caribbean (Excluding the Dominican Republic & Haiti)
July 10, 2020 – The United States of America

Official opening dates for other markets, including South America and Central America, have yet to be determined.

MANDATORY PROCEDURES & REQUIREMENTS FOR ENTRY

To maintain the safety and well-being of visitors and locals, new requirements are in place for visitors to be permitted to enter Aruba. There are also government-mandated procedures for visitors while staying in Aruba. While full procedural details will be updated on a regular basis, the following are some of the most important:

THE ONLINE EMBARKATION/DISEMBARKATION PROCESS

All visitors will be required to complete the online Embarkation/Disembarkation card process and be approved in order to be permitted entry to Aruba. The new ED card process will be available online as of June 26, 2020, and the requirements of the ED card will include five components. Do take note carefully, as there are important steps, and visitors will not be granted access to Aruba without completing the process. Note: You will need a valid passport and a valid email address that you have access to.

COMPONENT 1: BASIC TRAVELER INFORMATION

This will require travelers to provide basic personal and travel details such as: date of birth, passport information, length of stay, etc.

Timing: Visitors are encouraged to start and complete this part of the process anytime after booking their trip to Aruba.

COMPONENT 2: PERSONAL HEALTH ASSESSMENT

This will require visitors to provide truthful, accurate answers to questions regarding their health. These questions will likely include:

  • Have you (or the person for whom you completed this form) been suspected of or diagnosed with pneumonia or the COVID-19 infection within the past 14 days?
  • Did you (or the person for whom you completed this form) have any of the following symptoms in the past 24 hours: fever, cough, sore throat, shortness of breath, or loss of smell/taste?
  • Have you been in quarantine within the past 14 days?
  • Have you had any close contact (less than two meters) for more than 15 minutes with a probable or confirmed COVID-19-infected person within the past 14 days, including persons in quarantine or isolation?

Timing: This must be completed within 72 hours and 4  hours prior to travel to Aruba.

COMPONENT 3: NEGATIVE PCR TEST REQUIRED

It is important that we have testing to confirm that travelers are negative for coronavirus. For this reason, we have a protocol in place that allows the following two options for testing.

As of July 10th, 2020, visitors in certain states must take a PCR test and upload a negative test result between 72 and 12 hours prior to travel to Aruba as part of the online Embarkation/ Disembarkation process (Option 1). Visitors from these states will not have the option to take a PCR test upon arrival in Aruba (Option 2). To view the complete list of states, click here.

Option 1: PCR testing prior to travel to Aruba

The government of Aruba strongly encourages visitors to show documentation indicating negative PCR test results prior to travel to Aruba.

  • The test needs to be a COVID-19 test, obtained from a nasal/oral swab specimen through PCR, NAAT or molecular testing performed by a certified lab, and the results need to be uploaded as part of the ED card process.
  • Any other Covid-19 test (serological testing/antibody testing, antigen testing or any other blood test) doctor’s declaration or home kits will not be accepted.
  • Upon arrival, passengers will still be screened with a short health status interview and a temperature check.
  • The cost of PCR tests in home countries is the responsibility of travelers.

Timing: At 72 hours prior to departure to Aruba (last leg in case of connecting flights), visitors can take action to get their test/swab. Note: The latest the testing/swab results can be uploaded is 12 hours prior to departure to Aruba. Any tests and results executed before 72 hours prior to departure to Aruba will not be valid.

Option 2: PCR testing at the airport in Aruba

Alternatively travelers can wait to arrive in Aruba and receive a PCR test at the airport. The costs for the test will be the responsibility of the traveler and $75 must be paid for in advance as part of the online Embarkation/Disembarkation card process.

  • In this case, a PCR test will be conducted immediately after arrival, and visitors will be required to be in mandatory quarantine at their hotel or booked place of stay.
  • The quarantine will be up to 24 hours, and the Aruba Department of Health will make every effort to have results in 6-8 hours, in order to minimize the visitors’ time in quarantine.
  • For details on the procedures for guests showing a positive COVID-19 test result while in Aruba, please reference the “Regulations when showing symptoms or testing positive for COVID-19 while in Aruba” section below.
  • Not available for the listed states.

Timing: Payment for the PCR testing in Aruba must be completed within 72 hours and 4 hours prior to travel to Aruba.

Option 3: Testing prior to travel and a PCR test at the airport in Aruba

Alternatively, especially for the listed states that do not qualify for Option 2, there is the option to perform two tests. One accesible test prior to travel, and one accurate test upon arrival.
The costs for the tests will be the responsibility of the traveler and $75 must be paid for in advance as part of the online Embarkation/Disembarkation card process.

  • Pre-upload negative test results for one of the following accesible tests to the ED Card online platform prior to arrival:
    Antigen (QL IA, FIA), PCR Home kit, or any other type of test
  • In this case, it will be required to conduct a second test (PCR) immediately after arrival. Visitors will be required to be in mandatory quarantine at their hotel or booked place of stay.
  • The quarantine will be up to 24 hours, and the Aruba Department of Health will make every effort to have results in 6-8 hours, in order to minimize the visitors’ time in quarantine.
  • For details on the procedures for guests showing a positive COVID-19 test result while in Aruba, please reference the “Regulations when showing symptoms or testing positive for COVID-19 while in Aruba” section below.

Timing: At 72 hours prior to departure to Aruba (last leg in case of connecting flights), visitors can take action to get one of the listed accesible test. Note: The latest the testing/swab results can be uploaded is 12 hours prior to departure to Aruba. Payment for the PCR testing in Aruba must be completed within 72 hours and 12 hours prior to travel to Aruba.

COMPONENT 4: REQUISITE INSURANCE COVERAGE

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the government of Aruba must ensure that all visitors are properly insured. The Aruba Visitors Insurance is a mandatory insurance that helps protect visitors against incurred medical and non-medical expenses if testing positive for COVID-19 during their stay in Aruba.

For full details on the Aruba Visitors Insurance including coverage details, eligibility requirements, premium calculations by age, maximum length of coverage, FAQ’s and more, we encourage visitors to please click here. Some important highlights are listed below.

  • Visitors must purchase the Aruba Visitors Insurance in order to complete the ED card process.
  • Visitors can buy or use their own travel or health insurance to supplement the Aruba Visitors Insurance, but not to replace it.
  • Other insurances may cover you for some of the COVID-19-related expenses, but few plans offer comprehensive COVID-19 coverage in Aruba and also cover isolation costs outside of a hospital.
  • To calculate your insurance cost, please click on the following link to use the premium calculator.
  • The premium depends on the length of your stay and age. For details on costs please click here.
  • Subject to an overall limit of US$75,000, a visitor who tests positive for COVID-19 in Aruba, will have very few, if any, out-of-pocket expenses with the Aruba Visitors Insurance, as the medical and non-medical providers are paid directly by the locally licensed insurers.
  • If you purchase the Aruba Visitors Insurance and do not take your trip, you may request a full refund by email.
  • As soon as you’ve completed the ED-Card form and payment, you will receive an email with your Aruba Visitors Insurance policy documents attached.

Timing: Purchase of the Aruba Visitors Insurance must be completed within 72 hours, and 4 hours prior to travel to Aruba.

COMPONENT 5: CONSENT TO ARUBA GOVERNMENT MANDATES

This will require visitors to consent to comply with the rules and procedures as mandated by the Aruban government. This will include:

  • Acknowledgment and consent that upon arrival and during their stay in Aruba visitors shall cooperate with any type of COVID-19 health screening and testing as indicated by the public health authorities of Aruba, including isolation and/or quarantine.
  • Acknowledgment and consent that in case the visitor undergoes diagnostic PCR testing, they shall await their PCR test results in quarantine as instructed by the public health authorities.
  • Acknowledgment and consent to follow any and all instructions imposed by the public health authorities of Aruba; this includes, but is not limited to, instructions to be isolated or quarantined due to exposure to COVID-19.
  • For details on the procedures for guests showing a positive COVID-19 test result while in Aruba, please reference the “Regulations when showing symptoms or testing positive for COVID-19 while in Aruba” section below.

Timing: Consent to Aruba Government mandates must be completed within 72 hours and 4 hours prior to travel to Aruba.

EMAIL NOTIFICATION & REMINDERS:

Visitors are encouraged to begin filling out the ED card as soon as they book their trip to Aruba. Once the visitor’s date of travel is submitted, the visitor will be registered to receive email reminder notifications.

  • Email notification will be sent 72 hours prior as a reminder to begin completion of all components of the online ED card process. A reminder email will also be sent 24 hours prior to departure to Aruba.
  • Upon successful completion of the ED card process, travelers will receive an email confirmation of approval for travel, which must be shown either digitally or in printed form at check in or upon boarding.

ARRIVAL HEALTH PROCEDURES IN ARUBA

All visitors will be required to comply with arrival, screening and health procedures as mandated by the Aruba Airport Authority and the Government of Aruba. The mandatory requirements will include:

  • For all inbound visitors age 15 and above, the Aruban government requires a mask be worn in flight to Aruba, at the airport in Aruba and until you enter your room at your booked place of stay.
  • We also strongly encourage visitors to have their mask handy for situations where social distancing proves difficult.
  • All travelers not showing documentation indicating a negative PCR test result prior to travel to Aruba as a part of the ED card process will receive a PCR test at the Airport when arriving in Aruba.
  • The PCR testing will be followed by a mandatory quarantine at the traveler’s booked accommodations while test results are assessed.
  • The mandatory quarantine while test results are assessed will be up to 24 hours. The health department will make every effort to have results in 6-8 hours in order to minimize the visitor’s time in quarantine.
  • All travelers showing documentation indicating a negative PCR test result as part of the ED card process will receive a temperature check and health interview by a medical professional upon arrival.
  • If the temperature check and health assessment are clear, no further testing or subsequent 24-hour quarantine is needed.
  • If the visitor shows COVID-19-related symptoms during the airport health screening, the visitor will be taken to a designated isolation location to await test results. Travel companions will proceed to host hotel or accommodations and will  quarantine pending test results.
  • If test results are negative, the guest can go to their host hotel or accommodations. If test results are positive, the guest will remain in isolation and their travel companions will be relocated to a designated quarantine location.
  • Children 14 and under will not be required to take the mandatory PCR test upon arrival at the Aruba Airport or have a health screening assessment.
  • Prior to travel, visitors should download the Aruba Department of Public Health’s Aruba Health App. A mobile resource for information on COVID-19 health procedures in Aruba, facilitation of the airport health screening, and faster results for PCR tests taken in Aruba.

REGULATIONS WHEN SHOWING SYMPTOMS OR A POSITIVE COVID-19 TEST WHILE IN ARUBA

All visitors will be required to comply with the Government of Aruba procedures and protocols if showing symptoms and/or testing positive for COVID-19 while in Aruba. The mandatory requirements will include:

SHOWING COVID-19 SYMPTOMS : STEP 1

HOTEL AND TIMESHARE GUESTS:

  • In the case of a guest contacting the hotel or timeshare in light of symptoms linked to COVID-19 (fever, cough, shortness of breath and breathing difficulties), the staff will direct the guest immediately to their room and the respective hotel or timeshare representative will contact the COVID Call Center at 280-0101 and connect the call to their room.
  • Over the phone, a triage questionnaire will be conducted by a medical practitioner.

For guests that do NOT MEET the criteria for testing:

  • The medical practitioner will advise on next steps.
  • The hotel will follow up by calling the room and confirming the status.

VILLA OR PRIVATE HOME GUESTS:

  • In the case of a guest having symptoms linked to COVID-19 (fever, cough, shortness of breath and breathing difficulties), the guest must contact their accommodation host or the COVID Call Center at 280-0101.
  • Over the phone, a triage questionnaire will be conducted by a medical practitioner.

For guests that do NOT MEET the criteria for testing:

  • The medical practitioner will advise them on next steps.

SHOWING COVID-19 SYMPTOMS & TESTING REQUIRED : STEP 2

HOTEL AND TIMESHARE GUESTS:

For guests that MEET the criteria for testing:

  • The COVID Call Center will inform the guest and the host hotel or timeshare of the suspected case.
  • A date and time will be appointed by the COVID Call Center for testing.
  • Following all procedures as stipulated by the host hotel or timeshare, the guest will be tested at the property.
  • Suspected case must stay in isolation and travel companions must stay in quarantine pending test results of the suspected case.

VILLA OR PRIVATE HOME GUESTS:

For guests that MEET the criteria for testing:

  • The COVID Call Center will inform the guest of the appointed date and time for testing.
  • Following all procedures as stipulated by the host, the guest will be tested at their place of stay.
  • Suspected case must stay in isolation and travel companions must stay in quarantine pending test results of the suspected case.

Testing and transportation

  • Host or suspected case will contact the designated private concierge to arrange transportation for pickup for testing.
  • The guest should wear a mask when being picked up by designated transportation company.

COVID-19 TEST RESULTS : STEP 3

POSITIVE TEST RESULTS: 

Hotel and timeshare guests:

  • The test results will be revealed by the Department of Public Health in 2 hours.
  • Following all procedures as stipulated by the host hotel or timeshare, the guest will be transported to a designated isolation location and travel companions to an designated quarantine location.
  • All guests are to follow all health and safety regulations during this process and must pack and take all belongings with him/her to a designated isolation  and quarantine location.
  • The confirmed case will remain in isolation at one of the designated properties until recovered.
  • Throughout the isolation process, medical follow-up will be conducted.
  • Once the patient recovers and tests negative, he/she can resume vacation or depart the destination.

Villa or private home guests:

  • The test results will be revealed by the Department of Public Health in 2 hours.
  • If the case is positive, the confirmed case will have to be in isolation until recovered.
  • If current accommodation does not host isolation, the positively tested guest needs to be transported to a designated isolation location.
  • Arrangements will be made for guest to be relocated to a designated isolation location.
  • If current location hosts guests for quarantine, guests can remain in the accommodation.
  • If current location does not host guests for quarantine, arrangements will be made for guests to be transported to a designated quarantine location.
  • Travel companion(s) of the confirmed case will have to be in quarantine for 14 days and will be monitored by the Department of Public Health.

NEGATIVE TEST RESULTS:

Hotel and timeshare guests:

  • If test results are negative, the guest can resume their vacation.

Villa or private home guests:

  • If test results are negative, the patient can resume their vacation.

TRAVEL COMPANIONS – QUARANTINE PROTOCOLS

Hotel and timeshare guests:

  • Travel companion(s) will not accompany the guest to the testing facility or hospital.
  • Travel companion(s) of a suspected case will remain in quarantine their room while test results are pending.
  • Travel companion(s) of the confirmed case will need to pack their belongings as they will be relocated and placed in quarantine at one of the designated quarantine locations for 14 days. This period restarts each time a new case is discovered within the group.
  • A person not showing symptoms can either stay in quarantine in Aruba at one of the designated quarantine locations or choose to depart the island.
  • In case a travel companion(s) develops COVID-19-related symptoms while in quarantine, the new suspected case will be transferred to get tested and then isolated at an assigned location pending test results.

Villa or private home guests:

  • Only guests exhibiting symptoms will be taken in for testing.
  • Travel companions will not accompany the guest to the testing facility and will not receive a test unless they show symptoms.
  • In case a travel companion(s) develops COVID-19-related symptoms while in quarantine, the new suspected case will have to get tested and then be isolated pending test results.
  • Travel companion(s) of any new confirmed case will have to stay in quarantine – the quarantine period of 14 days restarts each time a new case is discovered within the group.
  • Aruba can mandate a visitor return to their country of origin should they refuse to remain in quarantine on island.
  • Guests in quarantine do have the option of leaving Aruba and returning home in lieu of being relocated at one of the quarantine designated locations.

ED Card FAQ

Will there be costs associated with the Embarkation / Disembarkation (ED) Card?
There are two components of the ED card process that call for payment: 1) Securing the requisite health insurance coverage as mandated by the government of Aruba. 2) The PCR test at the Aruba airport for those who did not upload a certified negative test result between 72 and 12 hours prior to travel to Aruba. If visitors successfully upload a certified negative test result between 72 and 12 hours prior to travel to Aruba, they will not be required to make this payment as part of the ED card process.
Can I start the ED card process after booking, or do I need to wait 72 hours before traveling?
You can start filling in your basic information any time after booking your trip. The self-health declaration, securing the requisite insurance coverage, and payment for any PCR testing at the Aruba airport must be completed between 72 and 4 hours prior to travel. Any optional PCR testing done prior to travel to Aruba must have certified negative test results uploaded between 72 hours to 12 hours prior to departing for Aruba.

Health & Testing FAQ

What is a self-health declaration?
It is part of the ED card process and should be submitted 72 hours prior to travel to Aruba. This declaration must include truthful answers and consists of the following questions:
• Have you (or the person for whom you completed this form) been suspected diagnosed with pneumonia or the COVID-19 infection within the past 14 days?
• Did you (or the person for whom you completed this form) have any of the following symptoms in the past 24 hours: fever, cough, sore throat, shortness of breath, or loss of smell/taste?
• Have you been in quarantine within the past 14 days?
• Have you had any close contact (less than 2 meters or 6 feet) for more than 15 minutes with a probable or confirmed COVID-19-infected person within the past 14 days, including persons in quarantine or isolation?
Can I take any type of COVID-19 test prior to travel as part of the ED card process?
Every traveler over the age of 14 who wants to upload a negative PCR test 72 to 12 hours prior to travel to Aruba must take a COVID-19 test obtained from a nasal/oral specimen through PCR testing performed by a certified lab. Any other COVID-19 test (serological testing/antibody testing, antigen testing or any other blood test) will not be accepted.
What is a PCR test?
PCR stands for polymerase chain reaction and is used to detect the presence of COVID-19 in an individual. It is the recommended method for the identification and laboratory confirmation of COVID-19 cases according to the World Health Organization.
Can COVID-19 antibody test results be used as a replacement for a PCR test?
An antibody test cannot be used as a replacement for a PCR test, as antibody tests do not reflect whether a person is currently infected with COVID-19.
Why is Aruba requesting that travelers upload a certified negative PCR test result within 72 to 12 hours of traveling to the island?
We are requiring a PCR test within 72 hours to 12 hours of departure to minimize the chances of an individual contracting the virus ahead of travel to Aruba. This is for the safety of Aruba’s visitors and local community.
Do children need to be tested as well?
Children 14 and under are not required to take or submit a PCR test.
If I provided a certified negative PCR test result prior to arrival, do I need to do another test when arriving in Aruba?
Upon arrival, passengers having provided proof of a negative PCR test will undergo an initial health screening. They will undergo a manual temperature check by a health worker at the medical post. The health worker will also conduct a short interview to determine any COVID-19 risks. If the passenger is cleared, they can proceed. Suspected cases and their travel companions will be immediately entered into the testing process as per protocol and, if necessary, placed in isolation and/or quarantine.
If taking the PCR test in Aruba, are we quarantined to our room in the hotel or just the hotel? Can we still go to facilities in the hotel such as the beach and pool?
If your test was administered on the island upon arrival, you are required to quarantine in your room at your booked accommodation until you receive your test result. The quarantine will be up to 24 hours and the Aruba Department of Health will make every effort to have results in 6-8 hours, in order to minimize visitors’ time in quarantine. Visitors are required to stay in their rooms to ensure the safety of fellow guests and Arubans.
If I tested positive while in Aruba, do I need to test negative before I can return to my country?
Yes. If you test positive, you must remain in isolation until you have tested negative and are once again able to follow embarkation protocols for leaving Aruba.

COVID-19 Measures FAQ

Will I have to wear a mask during my vacation time in Aruba?
The Aruban government requires that all inbound travelers wear a mask during their flight to Aruba and at the Queen Beatrix International Airport. The Department of Public Health (DOPH) will not require visitors to wear masks outside of the Queen Beatrix International Airport. However, visitors will be encouraged to bring masks and wear them at their own discretion, especially for situations where social distancing proves difficult.
What safeguards will be in place for people visiting the island?
To help reduce health risks and ensure the safety of everyone on the island, we have implemented a number of safeguards, including the Aruba Health & Happiness Code certification. The Aruba Health & Happiness Code certification provides assurance that Aruba’s tourism-related businesses have taken every measure to offer a safe environment for employees and guests. These measures are built on the pillars of smart social distancing and rigorous hygiene protocols.
Are all businesses required to meet the Aruba Health & Happiness Code standards?
All tourism-related businesses are required to meet the Health & Happiness Code standards. This includes accommodations, restaurants, food trucks, casinos, hotels, retail stores, tour operators, transportation, and spas, among others.

Aruba Visitors Insurance FAQ

What will the Aruba Visitors Insurance cover?
– Hospital cost: Hospitalization expenses to treat severe COVID-19 symptoms, including specialist fees, diagnostic X-rays, lab expenses, and nursing costs.
– Intensive care unit costs: Intensive care unit charges for treatment of a critical ailment caused by COVID-19.
– Transportation: Costs of transportation of a Covid-19 infected person, up to an aggregate sublimit of $350
– Doctor consults: Costs of doctor consults, up to an aggregate sublimit of $500.
– Isolation expenses: Maximum sublimit of $125 per day, max. 14 days, in case of a positive COVID-19 test result.
– COVID-19 test: Max. 4 medically necessary COVID-19 tests as outpatient, with a sublimit of $75 per test. The mandatory first test upon arrival in Aruba is excluded.
Can I use my own travel or health insurance?
You can buy or use your own travel or health insurance to supplement the Aruba Visitors Insurance, but not replace it. Other insurance may cover you for some COVID-19-related expenses, but few plans offer comprehensive COVID-19 coverage in Aruba that also covers isolation costs outside of a hospital. In addition, many foreign insurers don’t have a direct billing agreement with all the providers in Aruba.

This information is subject to change at the discretion of the Government of Aruba. The preceding information reflects the most up-to-date information as it pertains to Aruba’s reopening protocols and procedures. Aruba’s health and safety protocols will be revisited and reevaluated on an ongoing basis. Based on the ever-changing situation, we recommend that all visitors check Aruba.com frequently for any changes to dates, markets, required procedures and more.

If you have any unanswered questions, please feel free to email us directly at support@aruba.com.

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