If your require a PCR test in ARUBA you have the following options:
Testing can be done in Aruba upon arrival in the arrivalhal‚ choose this option via the online ED-card
Labaratio di Servicio +297-280-0630 for an appointment vistit their website at www.medcare.aw
For additional questions about visiting Aruba please check www.visitaruba.com
If you require a PCR test in CURACAO‚ the following institutions can be contacted:
Medical Lavoratory Services can be reached at +5999-7368455 or via email at email@example.com.
For additional questions about visiting Curacao please www.curacao.com
If you require a PCR test in BONAIRE‚ the following institutions can be contacted:
For more questions about traveling to Bonaire visit www.bonairecrisis.com
Information required to register for the Covid and/or antigen tests are:
Planned Flight Date
Contact Details of passenger
Email adres where test results should be mailed
Tests must be negative
Any expenses incurred by having to purchase return flights‚ new tests‚ or quarantine expenses due to not being eligable to enter a country are the sole responsibility of the passenger. It is advisable to consult the website of each country you are planning on visiting frequently for the latest updates. Divi Divi Air will not be responsible for any conflicting information about testing requirements. Passengers should consult the Government official websites for the latests updates.
During the Covid period refunds are not issued‚ cancellations are honored with vouchers.
Updated Oct 25 th 2021
All passengers inbound to Aruba are required to complete the online ARUBA ED card at least 72 hrs prior to travel‚ and if required‚ purchase the Aruba Visitors Medical Insurance unless exempted per the exemption list. All passengers (except children under the age of 15) from Bonaire traveling to Aruba‚ are required to have a negative PCR test. All vaccinated passengers from Curaçao can travel to Aruba with a proof of vaccination. Check the website Aruba.com for the latest travel requirements to Aruba.
Per Aug 4th‚ residents from Bonaire traveling to Aruba are required to perform a Covid-19 PCR test. In addition the online ED-Card must be completed‚ this can be done 72 hrs before the flight.
The following entry rules apply to Bonaire: Starting Nov 12th Aruba‚ Curacao and St. Maarten are on the low-risk list for Bonaire. For passengers 12 years and older (not vaccinated) may only travel to Bonaire with a negative coronavirus test. Vaccinated passengers may travel with their valid proof of vaccination or a digital proof of vaccination (DCC) In addition not vaccinated passengers‚ 12 years and older will need to take an antigen test upon arrival in Bonaire. Check the website Bonairecrisis.com for the latest travel requirements to Bonaire.
(For the updates and questions you are advised to check bonairecrisis.com or mail firstname.lastname@example.org) In addition all travelers must complete the online health declaration no earlier than 72 hours prior to departure. Travelers who can't complete the on-line form should seek assistance as completing the form on-line is mandatory to for all travelers.
As of Oct 18th Curacao has a new classification of countries‚ regions‚ or places. Depending on the risk classification all passengers 12 yrs and older are subject to the testing requirements vary. All passengers are required to complete the DI/PCL Form on-line.
Passenger who are transit over Curacao within 24 hrs of arrival are exempted from completing he PCL form‚ the PCR and Antigen test requirements‚ and should comply with the entry requirements of their destination. (www.ccaa.cw/latest)
Please check the website Gobiernu.cw for the latest travel requirements to Curacao.