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Last updated: Jun 30, 2022
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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.
We highly recommend each traveler to have travel insurance including COVID-19 coverage. 
Please note that all travelers will still be required to complete Aruba’s Embarkation/Disembarkation Card prior to arrival, which is the country’s digitized customs and immigration process.

This page assumes that you have read all the steps of Aruba's Traveller Health Requirements

If not, please read the Travel Health Requirements first:

Read the Travel Health Requirements


Not able to meet the requirements on this page? Remember that you can always opt to test before your departure to Aruba.

To travel to Aruba with a digitally verifiable QR-Code proof of Covid-19 booster vaccination you first need to verify whether your vaccinations meet all requirements of the Aruba Department of Public Health:

  • A completed primary vaccination series (1 shot of 1 dose vaccine, or 2 shots of a 2 dose vaccine)
  • Plus a booster shot administered more than 7 days before travelling
    (Children aged 12 - 17 are not required to show proof of a booster shot)
  • All vaccination and booster shots need to be any combination of the following brands:
    • Comirnaty (Pfizer BioNTech)
    • Spikevax (Moderna)
    • Vaxzevria / COVISHIELD (AstraZeneca)
    • Janssen (Johnson&Johnson)
    • Nuvaxovid (Novavax)
    Other brands (such as Sinovac and Sputnik V) are not accepted.

Next, please check if your proof of vaccination is digitally verifiable.
Your proof of vaccination to be uploaded to the ED Card immigration form should include all of the following:

  • Information identifying the person who has been vaccinated
  • Information demonstrating that the person in question has been fully vaccinated against SARS-CoV-2
  • The name of the vaccine and the name of the manufacturer or marketing authorisation holder of each dose of vaccine administered
  • The date on which each dose of vaccine was administered
  • The name of the country in which the vaccine was administered
  • Information identifying the issuer of the vaccination certificate
  • A QR-code which can be used to verify the validity of the vaccine certificate
  • The 'Travel NHS Covid Pass'  is accepted on Aruba. Download this from the NHS app and upload to the ED card. 

Should the proof of vaccination not meet the requirements set above, the Aruba Department of Public Health reserves the right to test you upon arrival at your own expense ($75) and you will have to remain in quarantine until the test results are available.

For those Vaccinated in another country, continue reading.
For those Vaccinated in the United States and Canada, see the North America vaccination page.
For those Vaccinated in a country that uses the European Union's Digital Corona Certificate (DCC), see the European vaccination page

For all other countries

Use the requirements set forth above to see if your proof of vaccination meets the Aruban Department of Public Health's requirements.

Countries we know that are able to provide valid certificates:

  • Curacao - Follow the instructions on the DCC page
  • Bonaire - Follow the instructions on the DCC page
  • Israel
  • Saba - Follow the instructions on the DCC page
  • Sint Eustatius - Follow the instructions on the DCC page
  • Sint Maarten - Follow the instructions on the DCC page


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