297 businesses completed the first phase of the Aruba Health & Happiness Code (HH CODE)

Dit item is gearchiveerd op 27-06-2020.

ORANJESTAD - Last week the Aruba Tourism Authority (A.T.A.) launched the “Aruba Health & Happiness Code” (HH Code) in collaboration with the Department of Public Health (DVG), the Ministry of Tourism, Public Health and Sport and strategic partners in the tourism industry.

A total of 297 companies completed the registration and checklist accordingly during the first week and finished the first phase of the Aruba Health & Happiness Code (HH Code) project successfully and consequently were awarded the HH Code seal. (Pre-Check seal)

Businesses from one of the 4 sectors within ‘Accommodation’, ‘Retail/Shop/Supermarkets’, ‘Food & Beverage’, and ‘Food Trucks’ where among those who received their HH Code seal. 

Aruba Health & Happiness Code (HH CODE)All these companies have been notified by email that they have successfully achieved the HH Code seal and are urged to verify that they have indeed received the notification email, as this may have ended up in their “junk mail”.

Those who received their notification can collect their Pre-Check seal at the A.T.A. building located next to the Talk of The Town, starting Friday, May 29, 2020, between 8:00 am - 12:00 pm and 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm from Monday to Friday.

Companies are reminded that they will receive 1 Pre-Check seal sticker and a digital Pre-Check badge by email. Companies should bring a copy of the notification email when picking up their Pre-Check seal and sign upon receiving of the sticker. Data from the 297 companies who successfully completed the first phase of the HH Code process, will be transferred to the DVG who in turn will initiate the second phase, site inspections.

There is no stipulated period for these site inspections due to the number of locations that will be inspected unexpectedly. The A.T.A. will however promote the companies who already have their Pre Check seal.

In addition, the A.T.A. emphasizes that the HH Code is a mandatory seal and all companies are required to have one. The deadline for companies within the 4 announced sectors to complete the registration and checklist is May 31, 2020.

Soon other sectors will be included in the HH Code project and will have to go through the same registration and checklist process in order to achieve the Pre-Check seal. For more information about the HH Code and it’s registration process please visit www.arubacovid19.org/ahhc or send an email to healthcode@aruba.com.

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