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Mandatory COVID-19 safety measures have been lifted since Feb 17th, 2022
*All protocols and considerations are subject to change
Wondering what steps you should take when showing symptoms of the coronavirus (COVID-19) while in Aruba?
This page outlines all the steps you should take when you're feeling unwell.
All visitors will be required to comply with the Government of Aruba procedures and protocols if showing symptoms and/or testing positive for COVID-19 while in Aruba. The mandatory requirements will include isolation, possible relocation and quarantine for close contacts.
The complete details can be found in the Isolation Protocol for Visitors (version 4) as published by the Department of Public Health (DVG).
It is very important that local service providers put in maximum effort to provide a safe environment for their guests and staff. The Aruba Health & Happiness Code seal is there to assure you that the certified service providers meet the government’s requirements for safety and cleanliness.
Read this section carefully for all the information you'll need before traveling to One Happy Island.
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