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Aruba is Dropping All Covid-19 Travel Restrictions

Pirates, we are all looking forward to traveling this summer, and many destinations are rolling back or easing their Covid-19 regulations. Aruba has now announced its plans to drop all Covid-19 travel restrictions, and it might be sooner than we thought.

Read on to learn more!

Published by
Eduardo Vega·9/19/2023
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This week, Aruba's Tourism Authority announced that the island will be lifting all Covid-19 entry restrictions starting March 19th, making it easier for travelers to enjoy the upcoming summer months on the Caribbean island.

What are the New Protocols?

  • Aruba will no longer require a negative test or proof of vaccination for entry

  • Travelers will still be required to hold a visitor's insurance

  • All travelers will need to complete an Embarkation/Disembarkation Card prior to arrival

The island will monitor Covid-19 developments and make changes to these protocols accordingly.

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