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Get an ED Card for Aruba!

If you’re tired of the busy city life every day and want an escape from the annoying traffic, pollution, and the city in general, then the Caribbean island of Aruba might be exactly what you’re looking for. The soothing winds, the crystal oceans, and the peaceful environment can freshen anyone’s mind.

To enter this beautiful island, you will need an ED card, also known as the embarkation/disembarkation card, and filling it out is relatively easy. Your ED card can be denied if you haven’t filled out the information correctly but do not worry this guide will ensure it doesn’t come to that.

Vaccinated & Boosted? TRAVEL TO ARUBA & ST. MAARTEN JUST GOT EVEN EASIER!

Travelers that have been fully vaccinated and also boosted are not required to take a Covid-19 test or any other proof of vaccination when traveling to Aruba and St. Maarten.

IMPORTANT TRAVEL UPDATES ON BARBADOS & ST. MAARTEN

BARBADOS

Minister of Health and Wellness, Lieutenant Colonel Jeffrey Bostic, has announced that from Sunday, October 24, any travelers traveling to Barbados with a negative pre-flight COVID-19 PCR test result will not have to acquire a covid-19 test and neither won’t have to quarantine on arrival in Aruba.

Travelers that meet these requirements will be allowed to depart from the entry port without any restrictions. You should know that despite no restrictions anymore, the Chief Medical Officer still has the right to request your COVID-19 testing and quarantine you if needed.

All travelers are advised to review travel requirements on Barbados’ official website. The website will soon be updated with the new travel policy.

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ST. MAARTEN

St Maarten will start waiving pre-testing requirements for travelers that are fully vaccinated soon enough. At the start of November 1, 2021, fully vaccinated visitors won’t be required to provide a Covid-19 antigen, vaccination test, or PCR when arriving at St Maarten. ST Maarten will only consider travelers to be vaccinated fully only if they have WHO-approved vaccines. You are supposed to be fully vaccinated when it’s been more than 14 days since you have received the final shot of a single or two-dose vaccine regimen.

Some approved vaccines include Johnson & Johnson, Moderna, Pfizer Astra, Zeneca, Sinovac, and Sinopharm. Travelers coming from the united states that haven’t been vaccinated will be required to show proof of a negative antigen test within 48 hours before arrival or a negative PCR test within 72 hours before arriving in St Maarten. Ensure you review travel requirements on the official website of St Maarten. The website will update soon to include the new announcement.

COVID testing requirements for travelers from the United States

As of March 19, 2022, you aren’t required to provide a negative Covid-19 test or any other proof of vaccination upon entry to Aruba, and as of June 12, 2022, you aren’t required to show proof of your vaccination or show any negative Covid-19 tests when you’re returning back to the United States after your trip in Aruba is finished. And as of July 8, 2022, you don’t have to purchase Covid-19 insurance, which used to be mandatory for all travelers in the past.

You won’t have to be quarantined upon arrival in Aruba either but ensure you download the official health app of Aruba to ensure you’re staying up-to-date with any changes and alterations that happen with the Covid-19 instructions and measures and other rules, regulations, and requirements.

NO TESTING REQUIRED FOR VACCINATED TRAVELERS ENTERING BARBADOS

From May 25, 2022, all traveling visitors will no longer have to provide a COVID-19 negative test when entering Barbados. Travelers that haven’t been vaccinated will have to provide a Rapid Antigen test, valid negative standard PCR, or Rapid COVID-19 PCR test that is taken at least 3 days before arriving in Barbados.

All travelers are still required to complete the online Immigration/Custom Form at least a day before arriving in Barbados, and a proof of vaccination is necessary.

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NO TESTING REQUIRED FOR TRAVEL TO ARUBA

From March 19, 2022, all unvaccinated and vaccinated visitors don’t have to present a Covid-19 negative test result or any proof of vaccination. All visitors will still have to correctly fill out and apply for the embarkation/disembarkation card before arriving in Aruba.

How long does the ED card Take for Aruba?

Once you have correctly filled out and applied for the Aruba ED application card, you will acquire the ED card and the green barcode that is received with it after 48 hours.

Do you need to fill out Ed card Leave Aruba?

Yes, an Aruba embarkation and disembarkation card is required to both enter and leave the country.

Can I edit my ED card for Aruba?

No, you aren’t required to edit your ED card information, but you can update your information for the next trip after your current trip is finished.

What does Ed card mean?

The ED card stands for embarkation and disembarkation card, a mandatory travel document required to enter or leave the country.


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