Curacao has updated the entry requirements with a required antigen test required on the third day for all travelers entering the island. This is in addition to the already mandatory PCR test. The PCR test must be taken within 72 hours before departure from an accredited laboratory.

Making an appointment for the antigen test is an integrated step to successfully register for the Passenger Locator Card. This is the last step of the registration process on dicardcuracao.com. Travelers can choose between several local laboratories for their test.

On dicardcuracao.com, visitors will fill out the Digital Immigration Card, and then the Passenger Locator Card within 48 hours of departure, and upload the negative test result for the pre-departure PCR-test.

Prior to departure, all travelers must follow these mandatory steps:

  1. International visitors must complete the digital immigration card online. All travelers digitally fill out the immigration card.
  2. All travelers must digitally fill out the Passenger Locator Card (PLC) 48 hours prior to their departure and carry a printed document of proof with them.
  3. Upload a negative COVID-19 PCR test result. Travelers departing from a high-risk country will be required to upload a negative PCR test result from an accredited laboratory taken within 72 hours prior to departure at an accredited laboratory. The traveler is required to carry a printed/digital copy of proof.
  4. Travelers departing from a high-risk country are required to book a lab appointment to undergo a mandatory Antigen test on the third day in Curaçao. Exemptions apply.

In addition, travelers can use the Dushi Stay app, where they can see what measures have been taken as part of the local program “A Dushi Stay, the Healthy Way” and will be kept informed of the current situation on the island. Download the app from Google Play or the App Store.

For more information, visit dicardcuracao.com.

For more travel updates, click here for Barbados, here for Anguila, and here for “Planning Travel in the COVID-19 Era.”