Traveling becomes easier for vaccinated residents

WILLEMSTAD - The corona measures in Curaçao will be further relaxed. That is what outgoing Prime Minister Rhuggenaath and Doctor Izzy Gerstenbluth announced during the special briefing that was scheduled for of 16:00 today.

The most important measure is that the curfew will be lifted as of Tuesday 8 June. Until then, there is still a curfew from 1 a.m. to 4:30 a.m.

Furthermore, all residents of Curaçao who travel from Aruba or Bonaire and who have already been fully vaccinated for two weeks and who have the vaccination booklet as proof can travel between the countries from the travel bubble without a PCR test and antigen test.

This rule does not apply to anyone who has not yet been vaccinated. Non-vaccinated persons must show a PCR test and an antigen test.

From Tuesday 8 June, residents who have been fully vaccinated and who return from a low-risk area no longer need to show a PCR test and antigen test. If you come from a high-risk area, you should only do an antigen test after 3 days.

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