- Foreign nationals are required to undergo testing before traveling to Aruba
- Residents of Aruba advised avoiding travel to high-risk countries and territories
Beginning December 27, 2021, the government of Aruba will require foreign national travelers arriving from high-risk countries and territories to test within two days of departure to Aruba. These travelers will no longer be able to test upon arrival.
Citizens and permanent residents are advised not to travel to high-risk countries and territories and ensure they are fully vaccinated before traveling. These travelers will also have the option to test upon arrival in Aruba and will be asked to undergo an antigen test or self-test three days after arrival.
What are the Changes?
The government of Aruba updated its travel protocols due to an increase in COVID-19 cases. Foreign nationals arriving from high-risk countries will no longer be permitted to test upon arrival in Aruba and, instead, must undergo testing before departure.
Continue to check the government of Aruba’s website for additional updates and information.
Source: Government of Aruba