IMPLICATIONS OF THE COVID-19 IN THE CARIBBEAN (UPDATE N°22 February 7th to February 19th, 2021)

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ARUBA The government of Aruba has not announced any change regarding the measures taken to prevent the spread of COVID-19. The restrictions and protocols related with the prevention of the spread the COVID 19 announced by the authorities at all Ports remain applicable and compulsory (please see last update). Crew change is allowed under specific […]

IMPLICATIONS OF THE COVID-19 IN THE CARIBBEAN (UPDATE N°21 January 23rd to February 6th, 2021)

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ARUBA The government of Aruba announced that starting on February 5th, curfew will be from 12:00 am to 5:00 am. The restrictions and protocols related with the prevention of the spread the COVID 19 announced by the authorities at all Ports remain applicable and compulsory (please see last update). Crew change is allowed under specific […]

IMPLICATIONS OF THE COVID-19 IN THE CARIBBEAN (UPDATE N°20 January 09th to January 22nd, 2021)

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ARUBA The government of Aruba has not announced any change regarding the measures taken to prevent the spread of COVID-19. The restrictions and protocols related with the prevention of the spread the COVID 19 announced by the authorities at all Ports remain applicable and compulsory (please see last update). Crew change is allowed under specific […]

IMPLICATIONS OF THE COVID-19 IN THE CARIBBEAN (UPDATE N°19 December 28th, 2020 to January 08th, 2021)

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ARUBA On January 4, 2021, the Minister of Public Health of Aruba, Dangui Oduber, reported that during the course of this year an Electronic Health Passport will be required for people traveling to Aruba. This document will contain non-confidential medical information about the person, including whether they have been vaccinated or not and the results […]

IMPLICATIONS OF THE COVID-19 IN THE CARIBBEAN (UPDATE N°18 December 12th to December 27th, 2020)

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ARUBA The government of Aruba has not announced any changes regarding the measures taken to prevent the spread of COVID-19. The restrictions and protocols related with the prevention of the spread the COVID 19 announced by the authorities at all Ports remain applicable and compulsory (please see last update). Crew change is allowed under specific […]

IMPLICATIONS OF THE COVID-19 IN THE CARIBBEAN (UPDATE N°17 November 28th to December 11th, 2020)

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ARUBA On December 1st, the Government of Aruba restarted commercial flights to / from all Central and South American countries, with the exception of Peru and Venezuela. All travelers from those regions must: Complete the online Embarkation / Disembarkation Card (ED Card) process, which must be approved in order to enter Aruba. Have a PCR […]

IMPLICATIONS OF THE COVID-19 IN THE CARIBBEAN (UPDATE N°16 November 15th to November 27th, 2020)

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ARUBA The government of Aruba has not announced any changes regarding the measures taken to prevent the spread of COVID-19. The restrictions and protocols related with the prevention of the spread the COVID 19 announced by the authorities at all Ports remain applicable and compulsory (please see last update). Crew change is allowed under specific […]

IMPLICATIONS OF THE COVID-19 IN THE CARIBBEAN (UPDATE N°15 October 31st to November 14th, 2020)

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ARUBA The Government of Aruba plans to restart travel from all the countries of Central America and South America, except Venezuela. On December 1, 2020. Travelers from the countries of these regions must comply with the established procedure and the entry requirements to the island, which includes filling out the online boarding / disembarking card […]

IMPLICATIONS OF THE COVID-19 IN THE CARIBBEAN (UPDATE N°14 October 17th to October 30th, 2020)

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ARUBA The Government of Aruba, according to the Ministerial Regulation (AB2020No.158), relaxed the COVID-19 measures that came into effect on October 22, 2020, at midnight: The curfew is suspended. The curfew is replaced by an “area ban” effective between 12:00 am and 5:00 am on beaches and coastal areas. As of October 23, travelers from […]