Travel to Aruba: Vaccinated, boosted visitors don’t need a Covid test

Aruba Covid Test Vaccination
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UPDATE: Effective March 19th, 2022, all travelers will no longer be required to present a COVID-19 negative test result or proof of vaccination. All travelers will still be required to complete Aruba’s Embarkation/Disembarkation Card before arrival, which is the country’s digitized customs and immigration process. Aruba Visitors Insurance is still required for all visitors. See https://www.aruba.com/us/traveler-health-requirements/vaccine-for-travel

If visitors have not been vaxxed and boosted, two other options also are available for entry: taking an antigen test one day prior to arrival or a PCR test within three days of arrival (up from two days).

Fully vaccinated visitors must travel with a digitally variable QR-code proof of Covid-19 vaccination and booster.

To be considered fully vaccinated, a visitor must have received a booster shot at least seven days before travel and have a completed series of one dose of a one-dose vaccine or two doses of a two-dose vaccine.

Vaccination proof must be uploaded as part of Aruba’s Embarkation/Debarkation Card process no earlier than three days before arrival.

Children 11 and under are exempt. Visitors between 12 and 17 can enter Aruba with a completed primary vaccine series with no booster.

Visitors 12 and over who have tested positive using a Covid-19 test by nasopharyngeal swab between 10 days and 12 weeks prior to their travel date to Aruba and do not show any symptoms also will be exempt from the requirement of providing a negative Covid-19 test result.

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