If you require a PCR test out of Aruba Labaratio di Servicio can be contacted at +297-280-0630 for an appointment. https://www.medcare.aw costs start from $125 and are available within 24 hours.
If you require a PCR test in Curacao‚ Medical Laboratory Services can be reached at +5999-7368455 of via email at firstname.lastname@example.org costs start from Ang 225.
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Transiting from a high or medium risk country over Aruba to Curacao or from Curacao to Bonaire without complying with the current restrictions is not allowed. Any expenses incurred by having to purchase return flights are the sole responsibility of the passenger.
All passengers inbound to Aruba are required to complete the ED online process (see link below) at least 72 hrs prior to travel‚ and need to purchase the Aruba Visitors Medical Insurance unless exempted per the exemption list. Starting Oct 23rd residents from Bonaire and Curacao traveling to Aruba‚ are exempted from the PCR test‚ the Aruba Medical Travel Insurance and quarantine requirements. Completing the ED card remains mandatory.
Bonaire remains closed for various countries. Passengers allowed to travel require prior permission from the repatriation team via the following email: email@example.com‚ and are required to quarantine for 14 days upon arrival. Starting Oct 26th‚ residents of Curacao are allowed to travel to Bonaire with a negative PCR test taken within 72 prior to travel. Completing the online Bonaire Medical Health Form is mandatory for all passengers.
All passengers inbound to Curacao from medium risk countries such as Canada‚ Germany‚ the Netherlands‚ Sint Maarten‚ Suriname and Trinidad and Tobago‚ New York‚ New Jersey Connecticut‚ and Florida require a negative Covid-19 PCR test (not being the gargle test) no taken earlier than 72 hour prior to the scheduled departure time of their flight. Passengers are expected to have a valid medical insurance. Passenger arriving from high risk countries require previous permission requested via https://bit.ly/2BYZDTk Starting Oct 23rd‚ resident arriving from Aruba are no longer required to have a PCR test‚ and are exempted from quarantine upon arrival.
The mandatory online DI card needs to be completed and submitted online by all passengers no earlier than 48 hours (see link below). The hard copy received from the portal needs be submitted at Immigration upon arrival.