COVID-19 Precautionary Measures in Curaçao (5 August Update)

Curfew Restrictions and Relaxations

  • There are currently no curfews in the country.

Social Distancing Restrictions and Relaxations

  • In-person classes in schools have resumed.

  • Social assembly is limited to a maximum of 25 persons. A physical distance of up to 2 meters must be maintained.

  • Casinos, cafes, and food stalls are allowed to open.

  • Restaurants are permitted to open, in house dining is also allowed. Social distancing measures must be maintained.

  • All beaches are open from 06:00 until 20:00.

Airline Restrictions and Relaxations

  • Flight service to and from Bonaire, Aruba, and the Netherlands has resumed.

  • Transit through Curaçao is prohibited, except for transit passengers who do not leave the aircraft or are transferred from one plane directly to the other.

  • Some flight operations resumed to Curaçao. Below are some flight services that are already scheduled:

  • Bonaire: Divi Divi Airlines scheduled daily flights

  • Aruba: Divi Divi Airlines and Winair resumed four flights weekly.

  • Sint Maarten: Weekly four flights by Winair.

  • Toronto: Air Canada resumed weekly flights.

  • Amsterdam: KLM operates daily flights.

Transportation Restrictions**

  • Transportation to and from the airport is permitted under strict guidelines.

  • Cars can be rented to move about freely on the Island.

Border Restrictions

  • Maritime borders are closed until further notification. All ships that want to dock must stay in quarantine for 14 days under strict supervision in a local hotel assigned by authorities. Quarantine for cabin crew of yachts is possible.

  • The country allows travellers to enter from Bonaire, St. Eustatius, Saba, Aruba, Sint Maarten, Belgium, Canada, China, France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Anguilla, Guyana, Antigua en Barbuda, Bahamas, Barbados, Bermuda, Cayman Islands, Dominica, Grenada, Guadeloupe, Jamaica, Martinique, Montserrat, Cuba, Saint Martin, St. Barthelemy, St. Kitts and Nevis, St. Lucia, Trinidad and Tobago, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Virgin Island British, Austria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Greece, Hong Kong, Hungary, Norway, Switzerland, The UK, Turks and Caicos.

  • There will be a limit of 10,000 travellers allowed into Curaçao to avoid the possibility of additional pressure on the local health system.

  • A Digital Immigration Card and Passenger Locator Card should be completed within the last 48 hours before departure from the point of origin, a printed copy of the cards must be present, the cards can be obtained online through {}.

  • Arrivals must produce a negative COVID-19 PCR-test certificate no older than 72 hours before coming to Curacao. The PCR test certificate must be uploaded on {} before departing from the point of origin, and a printed copy should be present while travelling.

  • The travellers who have been in any high-risk country or been in contact with a confirmed COVID-19 case within the last 14 days before the date of arrival will have to undergo a mandatory quarantine for 14 days. If any traveller tests positive during their stay in Curaçao, the person will be quarantined. All the returning residents to Curaçao will be subject to the quarantine of up to 14 days.

Advice For Travellers

The COVID-19 epidemic is changing constantly worldwide. This information is subject to change as the situation evolves. Travel and border restrictions may change with little or no notice. Some countries are beginning to remove some restrictions gradually. Check with your airline, booking agent, or country's embassy for information on your specific travel plans.