Starting Thursday, February 17, all measures are eliminated

Dit item is gearchiveerd op 17-03-2022.

ORANJESTAD – On February 16, during a press conference, Prime Minister Evelyn Wever-Croes announced that on February 17, 2022, all COVID-19 measures will be eliminated.

However, the Prime Minister emphasized that testing for admission to Aruba remains in force. Hence, everyone arriving in Aruba must test before entering. Testing is not required if fully vaccinated (must include booster shot. Residents can get a test in Aruba upon arrival. Please note that they must be fully vaccinated, including booster shot. 

Closing hours of all establishments are according to their permit. There is no limit on the number of people sitting at a table. Other COVID-19 measures in force at schools, businesses, and retirement homes will also be eliminated.

Recommendations COVID-19However, recommendations remain in place:

  • Wash your hands frequently;
  • keep 1.5 meters distance;
  • use face masks;
  • get your vaccine or booster shot;
  • ventilate indoor spaces;
  • use COVID-19 self-tests;
  • if you have symptoms stay inside and get tested;
  • if an establishment requires the use of a face mask, you must comply.
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