Aruba announced on May 28th that its last patient has recovered from COVID-19/coronavirus. This means that the island currently has zero active cases.
This makes Aruba one of the nine islands in the carribbean that are COVID-19 free/coronavirus-free. The other islands are; Saint Barts, St. Kitts, Belize, Trinidad, Dominica, Monserrat, Anguilla, and St Lucia.
Aruba moves into the third phase of re-opening the local ecomony on Monday June 1st. Phase 4 will be introduced shortly there after with the goal having the local economy fully operational by mid June. Local government officials are currently reviewing and finalizing the protocols and standards in order to be able to re-open Aruba's borders. This will include health requirements and travel restrictions. The goal is still to open the borders somewhere between June 15 - July 1st. Stay tuned.... more information will follow once available.
We look forward to welcoming everyone back to #Aruba our '#OneHappyIsland'.