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Thread: Testing Requirements.................Beginning Feb 3. For fully vaccinated

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    Thanks for posting Andrea.

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    Good morning dear readers,
    We have received many many questions and concern regarding new entry requirements US visitors to Aruba as of Feb 3rd, 2022, mentioned during the Governments press conference last week.
    Just as you we are anxiously waiting on the official statement and details from the authorities.
    We have been informed that they are finalizing the details and will share it this week. As soon as we have it we will share it with you and be able to answer your questions.
    So please stay pending and as they say; "All good things are worth waiting for."
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    Testing Requirements.................Beginning Feb 3.  For fully vaccinated-screenshot_20220127-092858-jpg does anybody know what they mean by digital copy? Would a screenshot of my vaccine card be proof? I was recently boosted but the verification has not been uploaded yet for some reason. My first shot is on the website but not the second one. We are heading to Aruba February 19
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    From the aruba.com site

    It's already easy to travel to Aruba now that 1 day Antigen tests are accepted, and effective February 3, 2022 it will be even easier to travel to Aruba!

    • Those who wish to do a PCR test will have 3 days to take the PCR test
    • Aruba will be opening up to all countries
    • On February 3rd, Aruba will launch the option to travel with digital proof of complete vaccination for a large number of travelers.
      Check back soon for the exact requirements.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrea J. View Post
    From the aruba.com site

    It's already easy to travel to Aruba now that 1 day Antigen tests are accepted, and effective February 3, 2022 it will be even easier to travel to Aruba!

    • Those who wish to do a PCR test will have 3 days to take the PCR test
    • Aruba will be opening up to all countries
    • On February 3rd, Aruba will launch the option to travel with digital proof of complete vaccination for a large number of travelers.
      Check back soon for the exact requirements.
    Getting closer...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrea J. View Post
    From the aruba.com site

    It's already easy to travel to Aruba now that 1 day Antigen tests are accepted, and effective February 3, 2022 it will be even easier to travel to Aruba!

    • Those who wish to do a PCR test will have 3 days to take the PCR test
    • Aruba will be opening up to all countries
    • On February 3rd, Aruba will launch the option to travel with digital proof of complete vaccination for a large number of travelers.
      Check back soon for the exact requirements.
    I wonder if this will mean that those of us whose home states do not have a digitized vax system will still have to jump through the testing hoops?
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    my state will not allow digitized tax sports (FL)
    we will have to continue to test

    Quote Originally Posted by rern73 View Post
    I wonder if this will mean that those of us whose home states do not have a digitized vax system will still have to jump through the testing hoops?

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    I just downloaded the Docket app since we live in Jersey. It looks like only 3 states use it, the other 2 being Utah and Minnesota. My 2 vaccines are there as well as my booster. I think there will be more information in the coming days. Hopefully other states have something similar.
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    I did the same today with Docket and all 3 vaccines showed up. Also live in NJ. I’m thinking Aruba will accept Docket. I feel like every state should have a digital version (including Florida) and all should be accepted. I guess we have to wait and see.

    Quote Originally Posted by stoney4555 View Post
    I just downloaded the Docket app since we live in Jersey. It looks like only 3 states use it, the other 2 being Utah and Minnesota. My 2 vaccines are there as well as my booster. I think there will be more information in the coming days. Hopefully other states have something similar.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stoney4555 View Post
    I just downloaded the Docket app since we live in Jersey. It looks like only 3 states use it, the other 2 being Utah and Minnesota. My 2 vaccines are there as well as my booster. I think there will be more information in the coming days. Hopefully other states have something similar.
    We used Docket while in France, Los Angeles, and Philadelphia and everyone accepted it. An uploaded photo of our vaccination cards were accepted by France and Great Britain for entry.

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    Per governor order in FL
    no digitized vaccination app/passport

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