PCR testing is now mandatory as part of the new Curacao-Bonaire travel requirements.
A negative PCR test is mandatory for Curacao-Bonaire travel.
It is no longer possible to travel back and forth from Bonaire to Curaçao in one day without a PCR test. Starting Monday, November 23, 2020, all travelers from Curaçao who go to Bonaire must have a PCR test done no later than 72 hours in advance, the result must be negative. Travelers who have not taken a PCR test cannot take the flight to Bonaire.
Bonaire is tightening the rules now that the number of COVID-19 cases in Curaçao has increased significantly; there are now 640 cases of infection on that island. Six new cases of infection have been added to Bonaire in the past two weeks, which is mainly among the residents of Bonaire. The source of the contamination is known to the Public Health Department. The infections are directly or indirectly related to Curaçao
Digital Health Statement now also required for Curacao-Bonaire travel.
Travelers from Curaçao who come to Bonaire must now digitally submit the Health Statement from the Public Health Department between 48 and 72 hours before departure. Paper statements are no longer accepted upon arrival on Bonaire. The health declaration must be completed on www.bonairepublichealth.org.
Travel only if necessary.
In view of the number of infections on Curaçao and Bonaire, it is advisable to travel only if necessary. Travelers from Bonaire who go abroad are advised to adhere to the corona rules of that country.
I have symptoms, what do I do?
In the case of fever, sore throat, or other complaints that may be related to corona, it is advisable to stay at home and call 0800 0800. It is important that everyone adheres to hygiene rules, eats healthily, keeps exercising, and gets enough sleep.