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PBC | Aruba stelt mondkapje niet langer verplicht

Persbureau Curacao

Reden voor de versoepeling is het lage aantal besmettingen. Daarom gelden er ook minder reisrestricties. Aruba, Curaçao en Bonaire vormen vanaf morgen een ‘bubble’. | Sharina Henriquez

Vanaf morgen hoef je op Aruba geen mondkapje meer op. Althans als je gevaccineerd bent. Bedrijven mogen nog een mondkapje in hun zaak nog wel verplichtstellen.

Reden voor de versoepeling is het lage aantal besmettingen. Daarom gelden er ook minder reisrestricties. Aruba, Curaçao en Bonaire vormen vanaf morgen een ‘bubble’.

Dat betekent dat gevaccineerde reizigers tussen de eilanden niet meer getest hoeven te worden.

Bron: Persbureau Curacao

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