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    Testing for returning Aruba Residents that are fully vaccinated

    Effective June 1
    For reentry to Aruba
    Aruba residents that are fully vaccinated do not need to test before entry to AUA
    https://www.noticiacla.com/news/22362
    No mention of tourists.
    There will be a press conference on Monday with more information
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    That’s a positive move forward. Hope it will be true of tourists as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pegmeister View Post
    That’s a positive move forward. Hope it will be true of tourists as well.
    I sure hope it works for tourists too. I'm having some anxiety with the 72 hour window cuz we leave on July 6th... the Tue after the long 4th weekend.....not sure if the logistics of test results gonna work with the holiday!
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    Quote Originally Posted by cpjones View Post
    I sure hope it works for tourists too. I'm having some anxiety with the 72 hour window cuz we leave on July 6th... the Tue after the long 4th weekend.....not sure if the logistics of test results gonna work with the holiday!

    You may just luck out and they’ll drop the requirement prior to your trip. Hope so!! On a side note, Tom had to get a test prior to his surgery. It had to be a PCR test within 72 hours. It was scheduled for Brigham and Women’s in Pembroke and we got the results back in 8 hours.

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    I am too, Chuck. Hoping by August proof of vaccination will be enough to get me there. And I'm arriving on a Tuesday as well so the testing has me a bit anxious.

    Quote Originally Posted by cpjones View Post
    I sure hope it works for tourists too. I'm having some anxiety with the 72 hour window cuz we leave on July 6th... the Tue after the long 4th weekend.....not sure if the logistics of test results gonna work with the holiday!
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    Quote Originally Posted by LisaGrn View Post
    I am too, Chuck. Hoping by August proof of vaccination will be enough to get me there. And I'm arriving on a Tuesday as well so the testing has me a bit anxious.
    if they drop the requirement for tourists, I would seriously think about booking something for late November early December.

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