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    Update from Queen Beatrix Airport Aruba

    Dear Travelers,
    We would kindly like to share the following with you:
    In accordance with International Health Regulations (World Health Organization), Aruba is employing several measures used globally and has the capability of testing COVID-19. Please be informed that there are neither suspected nor confirmed cases of the Coronavirus reported in Aruba.
    All airlines with service to Aruba have received notification of
    their responsibility to flag potential cases on board flights. It is important for you to know that all passengers, including residents, who have traveled to or taken trips originating from China, South Korea, Japan, Iran or Italy within the past 14 days shall be subject to screening upon arrival.

    The list of names of the aforementioned identified passengers shall be sent to the Immigration Department and Department of Public Health prior to landing in Aruba. Transit passengers shall also go through the same screening process as the passengers with Aruba as their final destination.
    Please know that screening protocols will not be waived under any circumstances, even for passengers who may have been screened at destinations prior to arriving in Aruba. A medical letter will not be accepted as an exemption for screening.
    Upon arrival, identified visitors will complete a traveler health questionnaire. Any potential cases will be subject to immediate screening by the Department of Public Health for symptoms (fever, coughing, and shortness of breath). The Department of Public Health will decide if these passengers or crew member (s) will be quarantined or isolated.
    Passengers displaying symptoms will be isolated and receive clinical treatment as per W.H.O. guidelines for COVID-19. In case passengers were in contact with a recent confirmed case, these will be quarantined for an amount of 14 days after the last contact.
    When traveling, always remember the importance of basic hygiene practices such as proper hand washing, avoid direct contact with sick people, drink a lot of water and use of hand sanitizers.

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