This update is as of April 3, 2020.
Shelter in Place in effect for two weeks click here
- Marshall law extended. Valid between 9pm and 6am.
- Cuerpo Policial Aruba Instructions on curfew click here
- Important notice to employers;
- AHATA members are requested to visit the Resource Center via the Member Log-in Click here
- Measurements Aruba Government Click Here
- Live Press Conferences Aruba Government Click Here
- Facebook Page: Ultimo Desaroyo Corona Virus-Aruba Click Here
- Aruba Updated Statement COVID-19 (March 15, 2020)
- Statement Central Bank of Aruba
- Parke Nacional Arikok (closed as of March 23, 2020)
- Phone number: 280-0707 more information on procedures click here
- More information click here
06:40 - First bus from Oranjestad Bus station, direction hotel zone.
07:00 - First two busses from San Nicolas Bus station, direction Oranjestad. 1 goes via Sta Cruz, and the other via Dakota.
19:40 - Last bus from Oranjestad, direction Mariott.
20:03 - Last bus from Marriott roundabout to Oranjestad.
20:30 - Last bus from Oranjestad to San Nicolas.
The Government of Aruba has made the difficult, but necessary decision to mandate a suspension of all inbound travel to Aruba by non-residents of Aruba.
This will be in effect beginning midnight Monday, March 16th and ending March 31, 2020. These restrictions are subject to change as we may consider additional precautionary measures.
- Anyone who is not a resident of Aruba, will not be permitted to enter Aruba.
- Visitors currently in Aruba will be able to leave Aruba. Please contact your airline, hotel or travel advisors for more detail on how your travel plans may be affected.
- A negative travel advisory will be in place for Arubans
- All residents that arrive from abroad have to quarantine for 14 days.
- Arubans abroad trying to come back to Aruba and need help to figure out how, can call 569-6897 or Click Here
For official updated information visit:
The Ministry of Tourism, Public Health, and Sport of Aruba has put in place response plans, as well as screening and other safety protocols. The importance of basic hygiene practices, such as proper handwashing, use of hand sanitizers, frequent disinfection of surfaces, cough and sneeze protocol. Avoid going to public places at all times if you have a respiratory illness.
The Government of Aruba continues to provide information via press conferences and local media interviews, and stakeholder presentations and meetings as needed. Additional signage with precautionary measures have been posted in key locations across the island. Information sessions have been organized for people in Aruba’s tourism industry, for healthcare providers and for the general public.
- CEDE-Aruba is seeking volunteers click here
Posted on Mar 23, 2020