Curaçao has expanded its reopening to United States travelers, adding a fourth state to its list of approved source markets: Florida.
Florida joins a trio of Northeastern states that had been approved for travel to the Dutch Caribbean island: New York, New Jersey and Connecticut.
All travelers from the four aforementioned states need to present a state-issued ID as proof of residency prior to arrival.
All travelers to Curaçao also have to complete a digital immigration card; show a negative result from a PCR test taken a maximum of 72 hours prior to departure at an accredited laboratory.
Travelers also need to fill out and print a Passenger Locator Card (you can find more on the island’s protocols here).
For more, visit Curacao.