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Travelers to Aruba are no longer required to purchase the Aruba Visitors Insurance. However, it is optional and if you would like to purchase the policy, you can do so here.
As part of Aruba's Traveler Health Requirement, the Government of Aruba requires all visitors to undergo a SARS-CoV-2 test based on a nasal swab before entering or upon arrival in Aruba.
Children aged 11 and under are exempt.
Recently recovered from COVID-19? See our Health & Testing FAQ.
The Government of Aruba requires the test to be a COVID-19 test, obtained from a nasal swab specimen through amplified Molecular testing or Antigen testing performed by a certified lab, and the results need to be uploaded as part of the ED card process.
Tests that are accepted:
Accepted Antigen test types:
Accepted Antigen test brands, such as, but not limited to:
Accepted Molecular test types:
Accepted Molecular test brands, such as, but not limited to:
Tests that are not accepted:
Upload any of these, or an inauthentic test result, you will be denied boarding or required to retake the PCR test on arrival at the Airport at your expense.
If you have any questions, check the Frequently Asked Questions at end of this page, or contact us via email@example.com
Some countries/states/cities require returning travelers to undergo mandatory quarantine or present a negative COVID-19 test upon arrival.
What COVID-19 consumer testing facilities are available in Aruba?
There are currently 2 clinics that perform COVID-19 tests for departing travelers:
Get in contact with the test provider to make an appointment, get details on the exact test performed and their procedures.
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