Aruba is now open to tourists from the United States. The island opened on July 10. Travelers coming from some high risk states like Texas and Florida, are required to take a PCR test within 72 hours prior to departure.
In accordance with the State Decree of Admittance AB 2009 no. 59, the online ED card is mandatory for all travelers to Aruba. All non-resident travelers, including visa required countries, are required to obtain an online travel qualification using this system prior to being granted permission for boarding. For legal residents of Aruba, the medical self-declaration is mandatory.
If you have been qualified to travel to Aruba, it establishes that you are eligible to board an inbound plane to Aruba, but does not exempt you from COVID-19 screening and testing nor establish that you are admissible to Aruba. Upon arrival to Aruba, the respective authorities have the prerogative to screen and test you for COVID-19 as well as interview you in order to determine if you are freely admissible to Aruba under the Immigration laws and applicable health rules and regulations. All information provided by you, or in the case you act as a legal guardian, must be true and correct.