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Andrea J.
11-19-2020, 05:00 PM
8 Residents +
0 Non residents +

7% positive

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ORANJESTAD, 19 November 2020. According to summary di awe 11 more person recovering from covid, a total of 8 case nobo di Covid-19, say which tur ta resident, (positivity) rate ′′ awe ta 7 %).

Casonan active pa awe ta na 79, total di testnan haci na airport and hospital hunto ta 256, testnan haci na laboratory di hospital so ta 83, total di casonan di fayecimento relate to Covid-19 ta na 45.

Averahe di casonan pa day abasse weekly ta 8 case, averahe di positivity rate pa day abasse weekly ta 10 %

Hospital ta reports with a total of 9 internal person say which 3th give Intensive care and 6 island riba general floor.

From Awe Aruba to wordo buta riba and geel list, indicating that we have a safe destination for biaha. Esaki ta an achievement grandi cu no tawata posibel without effort and dissiplina di community and trusta buta den e team di maneho di Crisis.

Awor cu Aruba his economy tin and the possibility to continue to grow, note and moment for party and lubida and effort and sacrifice to us for this walk. The virus di Covid-19 ta follow tey present riba us island and we mester follow control ' e.

Ban, keep distance, apply hygiene, be it a mouth cover, be it a test for the people who have syntoma, keep it isolation of Cuarentena ora good wordo indicates, be it fulfilled and take care of Aruba, tell you how good!

ArubaAce
11-19-2020, 05:38 PM
Andrea in addition I saw this statement on visit aruba.com website:

The Netherlands has changed Aruba’s COVID-19 risk classification from “code orange” to “code yellow” indicating reduced risk for visitors from the Netherlands when traveling to Aruba. This is welcome news as it should provide a welcome boost to tourism from the Netherlands. Charter company TUI had previously indicated that they would resume flights as soon as Aruba is back to code yellow. Code orange is defined as “Only travel if you have to. There are health and safety risks, an entry ban and / or quarantine obligation.” Code yellow is defined as “You can travel, but be vigilant, there are risks.”. The Dutch code yellow classification does not mean that people from the Netherlands do not need to provide proof of a negative test or take a test on arrival – testing remains a requirement by Aruba for entry.

Andrea J.
11-19-2020, 05:49 PM
did you book your Dec trip?

Andrea in addition I saw this statement on visit aruba.com website:

The Netherlands has changed Aruba’s COVID-19 risk classification from “code orange” to “code yellow” indicating reduced risk for visitors from the Netherlands when traveling to Aruba. This is welcome news as it should provide a welcome boost to tourism from the Netherlands. Charter company TUI had previously indicated that they would resume flights as soon as Aruba is back to code yellow. Code orange is defined as “Only travel if you have to. There are health and safety risks, an entry ban and / or quarantine obligation.” Code yellow is defined as “You can travel, but be vigilant, there are risks.”. The Dutch code yellow classification does not mean that people from the Netherlands do not need to provide proof of a negative test or take a test on arrival – testing remains a requirement by Aruba for entry.