Curaçao Has Lifted Border Restrictions For U.S. Residents
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Curaçao Has Lifted Border Restrictions For U.S. Residents

Caribbean , COVID-19 , Curaçao , news
Kelsey Marie
Kelsey Marie Jan 15, 2021

According to Paul Pennicook, CEO of the Curaçao Tourist Board, “Curaçao has taken a cautious reopening approach, first with the lifting of restrictions to residents of the New York Tri-State-area, then extending into Florida.”

Pennicook goes on to say, “Upon successful opening to these markets over the past months, we feel confident in our ability to safely welcome back all American travelers and provide them with an exceptional experience in a responsible way, that also considers the well-being of Curaçao’s local community.”

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U.S. residents will have to complete steps prior to arriving at dicardcuracao.com. The steps include filling out a Digital Immigration Card, completing a Passenger Locator Card (PLC) within 2 days of departing, as well as printing out a copy to show when landing, and uploading proof of a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken within 3 days of traveling. 

Direct flights from the U.S. to Curaçao are operating from Charlotte, Miami, Newark and New York’s John F. Kennedy Airport. 

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