Vaccine walk-in for seniors 60 years and older

ORANJESTAD - Starting March 31, 2021, all seniors older than 60 years can walk in for their vaccine with or without registration or appointment. Seniors can walk in at any one of the three vaccination locations to receive their vaccine.

Register to get the COVID-19 vaccineThese three locations are Club Don Bosco in Noord, Centro Libertador Betico Croes in Santa Cruz, and Santa Teresita Center in San Nicolas and are open from Monday to Saturday from 8:30 am to 11:00 am and from 2:30 pm to 5:00 pm. The only thing required for walk-ins is an AZV card.

Keep in mind that these vaccination locations will be closed on April 02, 03, 04, and 05 in connection with spring break. On April 5, the only location vaccinating is Centro Libertador Betico Croes but is exclusively for those who registered and have an appointment and will only be open in the morning hours.

As of Tuesday, April 6, all vaccination centers will be fully operational again. As of Tuesday, April 6, MFA Noord, MFA Santa Cruz, MFA Paradera, and Santa Teresita Center will proceed with assisting the public with their registration. Registration on the Aruba Health App is still possible. The objective group of those between the ages 18 and 60 without medical condition will soon be receiving their appointment for the vaccination and the DVG is urging them to register as soon as possible as well.

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