All visitors to Curaçao from “high-risk” countries will now have to take an antigen test on the island on the third day of their stay, Caribbean Journal has learned.
That’s along with the mandatory PCR test for travelers required to have been taken within 72 hours before arriving on the island.
High-risk countries include the United States.
All travelers to Curaçao need to complete the registration process on dicardcuracao.com. Making an appointment in advance for the on-island antigen test is part of the process.
Visitors can choose between several local laboratories.
For more, visit the Curacao Passenger Locator Card portal.