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Official COVID-19 Update and Travel restrictions

Aruba’s sunny shores are welcoming visitors once again! The people of Aruba  look forward to greeting you on One happy island with warmth, gratitude and, above all, your safety and well-being as our most important priority. 

Aruba’s diligent reopening has happened in phases, monitored closely by the Government of Aruba and the Department of Public Health. We want to make traveling to Aruba as safe and easy as possible and we’re pleased to share our most updated reopening status by region/country:

The United States of America : Open!
Travel permitted from all 50 States as of July 10, 2020.

IMPORTANT UPDATE: Effective January 26th, 2021, as announced by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), The U.S. government will require all international airline passengers to show proof of a negative Covid-19 test before boarding flights to the United States. In addition, the results of the test must be from no more than 72 hours prior to departure. In the Aruban Government’s continuing efforts to provide the most safe, seamless and coordinated travel experience possible, all necessary facilities and procedures are in place for any visitor needing to take a Covid-19 test while in Aruba as a requirement for re-entry to their country/state/city of origin. For a list of COVID-19 testing facilities in Aruba, click here

IMPORTANT UPDATE: Beginning November 1, 2020, the classification of U.S. “hot spot” states will no longer be in effect. As such, as part of the required online Embarkation/ Disembarkation card process, residents of all 50 states will now have the option to take a PCR test upon arrival at the airport in Aruba as well as the option to provide a certified negative test result prior to travel to Aruba.

IMPORTANT UPDATE: Through a partnership with Vault Health, all JetBlue passengers who want to test prior to travel to Aruba, now have the convenient option of an at-home, saliva-based PCR test, in addition to the option of securing a PCR test from a certified health provider or lab. Those JetBlue passengers not choosing to test prior to travel must take a PCR test upon arrival at the airport in Aruba. For more details, click here.

Canada : Open!
Travel permitted as of July 1, 2020

Europe : Open!
Travel permitted as of July 1, 2020

South America : Opening December 1st, 2020!
IMPORTANT UPDATE: Starting January 25th, 2021, residents of Brazil will no longer be able to travel to Aruba due to the new variant of the COVID-19 now present in Brazil. 
IMPORTANT UPDATE: Beginning December 1, 2020, travel will be permitted from all South American countries, with the exception of Venezuela and Peru. Prior to the pandemic, a border closure with Venezuela was already in effect and shall remain so for the time being.

Residents of Brazil, Venezuela and Peru wishing to travel to Aruba are encouraged to check Aruba.com frequently as updates will be shared in the near future.

Central America : Opening December 1st, 2020!
IMPORTANT UPDATE: Beginning December 1st, 2020, travel will be permitted from all Central American countries.

The Caribbean : Open!
Travel permitted as of July 1, 2020
IMPORTANT UPDATE: Beginning December 1st, 2020, travel will be permitted from all Caribbean countries and now include the Dominican Republic & Haiti 

All other regions & countries : Open!

Aruba’s health and safety protocols will be revisited and reevaluated on an ongoing basis. Based on the ever-changing situation, we recommend all visitors check Aruba.com frequently for any changes to dates, markets, required procedures and more. 

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