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    Covid Statistics in Aruba

    July 12, 2020 – 3 active cases of COVID-19 in Aruba. All 417 visitors tested upon entry have negative results. The number of active positive COVID-19 coronavirus cases has dropped to 3 and the total to date is 105. The number of quarantined persons has increased by 6 to 17. 12 persons have been tested since yesterday – total persons tested to date is 3107. There have been 3 deaths confirmed in Aruba related to COVID-19. There are no inconclusive test results at this time. A total of 417 visitors have been tested at Aruba’s airport upon entry and all have tested negative.
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    4 active cases
    all 4 in isolation
    no tourist cases

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    A spike in cases on an isolated island? Hmm...

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    Aruba citizens who had traveled and had come back to AUA.
    No positive tourists

    Quote Originally Posted by WaltVB View Post
    A spike in cases on an isolated island? Hmm...



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    I know no tourists, but maybe residents should be tested on arrival too.

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    The latest positive person was tested on arrival.
    It would certainly make sense that anyone coming in would be tested or show a current negative.

    Quote Originally Posted by WaltVB View Post
    I know no tourists, but maybe residents should be tested on arrival too.



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    Residents are tested upon Arrival. I am a Resident and had to be tested. Nobody is going tom get out of that one.
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    I have NO further information as to the additional positive case posted today



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    Tw more new cases: 1 resident and one tourist both came from Miami. I previous case is no longer positive. I am glad Aruba is now releasing more information about the cases.
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    the reason that "positive from Miami"
    1. the positive tourist actually had the Miami flight as a connecting flight. To Aruba from X airport to Mia airport to Aruba airport. So did not have a Negative test to board the originating flight.

    2. the other person is an aruba resident who also flew to Aruba by way of an additional airport.....(Dominican Republic). DR to MIA to AUA.

    Both of these folks tested positive on arrival and are now in isolation.

    I have no further info.

    Quote Originally Posted by gortvaan View Post
    Tw more new cases: 1 resident and one tourist both came from Miami. I previous case is no longer positive. I am glad Aruba is now releasing more information about the cases.



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