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    Add me to list...not on Facebook either. The ED card process page tells the info that needs to be on the test sheet you submit to enter aruba. One thing to remember is the name must match your passport....so if your name is Jennifer or Michael that is what the test sheet needs to say....not Jenny or Mike. My 'guees' is the test was rejected for other reasons....name, how administered, or not the right test.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WaltVB View Post
    Susan, we took the ID Now NAA/NAAT test. Had the results in a few hours. Had the lab PDF checked when we arrived and were sent right through.

    WaltVB - Thanks for info. Are you able to advise if your PDF lab results from Walgreens looked like this (below) and this is what is acceptable? Our son had the ID NOW test done (for school) at Walgreens back in March, and the PDF file seems so "generic" I'm worried it won't be accepted according to Aruba requirements. Our Walgreens will not issue a paper-copy with thermal sticker, only the pdf lab report via email. We are planning to arrive in 4weeks, and if we could go to our local Walgreens vs. driving 2hrs to NJ for a test at Riverside, this would alleviate alot of stress!

    Thanks in Advance for any advice

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    [QUOTE=mlrhoxie;376008]WaltVB - Thanks for info. Are you able to advise if your PDF lab results from Walgreens looked like this (below) and this is what is acceptable? Our son had the ID NOW test done (for school) at Walgreens back in March, and the PDF file seems so "generic" I'm worried it won't be accepted according to Aruba requirements. Our Walgreens will not issue a paper-copy with thermal sticker, only the pdf lab report via email. We are planning to arrive in 4weeks, and if we could go to our local Walgreens vs. driving 2hrs to NJ for a test at Riverside, this would alleviate alot of stress!

    Thanks in Advance for any advice




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    We had the Abbott ID Now test and were notified of the results via email. Don't know anything about a sticker. We uploaded the results when filling out the ED card stuff and got our green check mark and then we printed everything including our test results. Good luck, take a deep breath and TRY to quit worrying.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mlrhoxie View Post
    WaltVB - Thanks for info. Are you able to advise if your PDF lab results from Walgreens looked like this (below) and this is what is acceptable? Our son had the ID NOW test done (for school) at Walgreens back in March, and the PDF file seems so "generic" I'm worried it won't be accepted according to Aruba requirements. Our Walgreens will not issue a paper-copy with thermal sticker, only the pdf lab report via email. We are planning to arrive in 4weeks, and if we could go to our local Walgreens vs. driving 2hrs to NJ for a test at Riverside, this would alleviate alot of stress!

    Thanks in Advance for any advice

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    Yes, our results looked exactly like that and were accepted. We printed them out and showed them upon arrival. Enjoy your time in Aruba!

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    Do fully vaccinated people still have to test and get insurance??
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    yes to covid test coming in to Aruba 72 hrs

    yes to insurance

    yes to covid test for travel back to USA

    even if fully vaccinated.

    Quote Originally Posted by DeniseMarie View Post
    Do fully vaccinated people still have to test and get insurance??
    AIDTM THINK.. is it Thoughtful? Helpful? Inspirational? Necessary? Kind?

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