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Last updated: Mar 17, 2021 history
As part of Aruba's Traveler Health Requirement, the Government of Aruba requires all visitors to undergo a Molecular SARS-CoV-2 test based on a nasal swab before entering Aruba.
Children aged 14 and under are exempt.
Recently recovered from COVID-19? See our Health & Testing FAQ.
Travel to Aruba is not possible at this time. Please consult the Traveler Health Requirements page.
⭑⭑⭑ The recommended and encouraged option.
⭑⭑⭒ If you're unable to get tested prior to travel to Aruba.
This option is not available for your state.
⭑⭒⭒ You are traveling from a designated high-risk area, an extra test is required before you have the option to test in Aruba.
Visitors residing in Bonaire are required to complete the ED online process (Personal Information and Self-Health declaration) but are exempted from testing and the Aruba Visitors Insurance.
The Government of Aruba requires the test to be a COVID-19 test, obtained from a nasal swab specimen through amplified Molecular 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 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 required to retake the PCR test on arrival at the Airport at your expense.
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If you have any questions, check the Frequently Asked Questions at end of this page, or contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org
Disclaimer: We're unable to provide a complete list of up-to-date testing locations that match Aruba's requirements. We recommend you contact a physician, private clinic or lab in your area. Verify that the test they offer you matches the requirements set forth above.
IMPORTANT UPDATE: Beginning November 1, 2020, the classification of U.S. “hot spot” states will no longer be in effect. As such, as part of the required online Embarkation/ Disembarkation card process, residents of all 50 states will now have the option to take a PCR based Molecular COVID-19 test upon arrival at the airport in Aruba as well as the option to provide a certified negative test result prior to travel to Aruba.
Please continue to check the Traveler Health Requirements page for updates closer to your travel date.
As part of their pandemic travel protocols, some countries/states/ cities now require travelers show a negative COVID-19 test result to be granted re-entry to their country of origin. Aruba has all necessary testing facilities and procedures are in place for visitors. For a list of COVID-19 testing facilities in Aruba, click here.
IMPORTANT UPDATE FOR U.S. VISITORS: Effective January 26th, 2021, as announced by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the U.S. government will require all international airline passengers to show proof of a negative, PCR or Antigen, Covid-19 test before boarding flights to the United States. In addition, the results of the test must be from no more than 72 hours prior to departure. For the official CDC announcement, click here.
This information is subject to change at the discretion of the Government of Aruba. The preceding information reflects the most up-to-date information as it pertains to Aruba’s reopening protocols and procedures. Aruba’s health and safety protocols will be revisited and reevaluated on an ongoing basis. Based on the ever-changing situation, we recommend that all visitors check Aruba.com frequently for any changes to dates, markets, required procedures and more.
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