Aruba: As of Sunday, April 5, there were 64 positive COVID-19 cases and no deaths. A total of 869 people had been tested to date. On March 28, a 9 p..m. to 6 a.m. daily curfew went into effect until April 20. Under a mandatory shelter-in-place order, people are only allowed to leave their homes for essential business. Police updated curfew procedures. Anyone caught in violation will be detained until the following morning, fined and then released. At least 180 people have been arrested for violating the curfew. There is a ban on gatherings of four persons or more, except for families under the same roof. Hospital visits by the general public are also banned until further notice. Two days after the government of Aruba confirmed its first two positive COVID-19 cases on March 13, officials announced a complete “lockdown” for all international incoming passengers starting at 12:01 a.m. March 17 until March 31. Aruba’s Prime Minister Evelyn Wever-Croes has extended the deadline to April 20. Residents will still be able to enter, but the government is advising against nonessential travel. Cargo can continue to be flown in and relief flights will be possible as long as the airline is willing to operate them.