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oneil1343
11-29-2020, 06:52 PM
We read the requirements for testing prior to Aruba entry and it states what is required on the testing results.

Andrea J.
11-29-2020, 09:42 PM
https://www.aruba.com/us/traveler-health-requirements#faq-health-testing

it must be a nasal swab PCR , not a blood test, not a saliva test, not a throat swab.
the test result MUST list the type of test




We read the requirements for testing prior to Aruba entry and it states what is required on the testing results. Our state provides the date, name and results but does not list that it is a PCR test. We do not want to test upon arrival and want to confirm this won't be an issue. Did anyone else test results indicate the typr of testing, or did Aruba accept what was uploaded? Thank you!

Andrea J.
11-29-2020, 09:50 PM
here is my test
I deleted personal info and test

Department of Health
Bureau of Public Health Laboratories - Tampa
Program Component:
Tampa, FL 33612

CLIA: 10xxxxxxxx
Submitter:
POLK CHD MOBILE 1805 HOBBS RD
Sample External ID: TVHxxxxxxx
Order ID: Practitioner: (9225xxx)
Swab, Nasopharyngeal X20002xxxx


DR LYNN XXXXXX, MD

Date Collected: 11/23/2020
Time Collected: 14:48
Date Received: 11/24/2020
Date Reported: 11/25/2020

State ID: 98xxxx

Patient:
ANDREA JAMES
Pregnant: No
Gender:
Female


DOB
xx/xx/xxxx

Test
xxxx
Result
SARS-CoV-2 not detected.

Reference Range
Date Approved
11/25/2020
2019-Novel Coronavirus RT-PCR Overall

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