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    October 5, 2021

    1 additional death

    11 Residents +

    6 Non Residents +

    10% of those residents tested were positive





    From FRESH Aruba Radio

    Today's numbers. Unfortunately, another person has died due to the effects of the virus. The total number of deaths thus reaches 168. In addition, 17 new infections have been detected, 11 of them were residents (local infection rate 10 %). 28 people have recovered. The total number of active cases is now 161; 145 residents and 16 tourists. On average, there are 16 new cases per day with an average daily local infection rate of 9 %. There are still 19 patients in an ICU in Colombia. So far six Covid patients are in ICU and 15 in Covid ward.



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    Still like overall trend. Keep the faith!⛱
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    Hi
    I haven't been keeping up to date on the cases on the island. We are tentatively scheduled for a visit 1st week in Nov, it may change due to work situations. Are the numbers currently trending upward or down?
    Do you still have to show proof of vaccination or testing before you arrive? Is testing still widely available for the return to the US?

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    #'S Trending downward. (fingers crossed)
    currently no proof of vaccination is required

    many options for return to USA testing.
    https://www.aruba.com/us/traveler-he...-test-in-aruba
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    Hi
    I haven't been keeping up to date on the cases on the island. We are tentatively scheduled for a visit 1st week in Nov, it may change due to work situations. Are the numbers currently trending upward or down?
    Do you still have to show proof of vaccination or testing before you arrive? Is testing still widely available for the return to the US?

    Thank you!
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