Travel to or from the Netherlands and Brazil is now possible with a vaccine certificate

ORANJESTAD – The Crisis team informs that starting October 8, 2021, some countries, including The Netherlands and Brazil from the list of high-risk countries for COVID-19.

Flag of BrazilFlag of the Netherlands It entails that effective October 8, 2021, residents of Aruba that are completely vaccinated can travel back from the Netherlands and Brazil with their vaccine certificate. They do not need to take a PCR test to enter Aruba. The vaccination certificate must be issued by the Department of Public Health of Aruba, and the traveler must wait 14 days after getting the last vaccine to travel back to Aruba. Tourists traveling to Aruba from these countries can also enter without a PCR test. They must upload their EU Digital COVID Certificate (DCC) in PDF format on the ED online platform. DVG will control the certificate, and if approved, the tourist may visit Aruba. 

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