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Aruba Visitors Insurance - COVID-19 Travel Insurance

This information is valid as of September 3, 2020 to date. Premiums have been reduced by up to 30%

Who needs to purchase the insurance?

This insurance is mandatory for all foreign nationals with the exception of visitors who arrive and leave the same day, residents of Curaçao and Bonaire, Crew Members, Aruban students who return to Aruba and transit/transfer passengers who don't need to recheck their luggage. 

How do I purchase the insurance?

The Aruba Visitors Insurance must be purchased at edcardaruba.aw in advance of travel as part of the online ED Card process.

I already have my own insurance - do I still need Aruba's?

One’s own travel insurance can be supplementary to the Aruba Visitors Insurance but cannot replace it. The Aruba Visitor's Insurance is mandatory for entry. 

Coverage Offered

The Aruba Visitors Insurance helps protect visitors against incurred medical and non-medical expenses if testing positive for COVID-19 during their stay in Aruba. It offers coverage for the following costs:

Hospital costs: Hospitalization expenses to treat severe COVID-19 symptoms, including specialist fees, diagnostic X-rays, lab expenses, and nursing costs.

Intensive care unit costs: Intensive care unit charges for treatment of a critical ailment caused by COVID-19.

Transportation costs: For transportation of a COVID-19 infected person, up to an aggregate sublimit of US$350

Doctor consultations costs: Costs of doctor consultations, up to an aggregate sublimit of US$500.

Isolation costs: Maximum sublimit of US$125 per day, maximum 14 days, in case of a positive COVID-19 test result.

COVID-19 testing costs: Maximum of 4 medically necessary COVID-19 tests as an outpatient, with a sublimit of US$75 per test. The mandatory first test upon arrival in Aruba is excluded from this coverage.

The total coverage per insured including all the above is not to exceed US$75,000.

Aruba Visitors Insurance Premiums

Premiums are per person and depend on one’s age and length of stay.  

Premiums for persons aged 15-75

The premium starts at US$10 per day for the first 7 days, then decreases to US$7 per day for the next 7 days. It decreases to US$3 per day for the next 36 days and finally to $0 per day for the last 40 days, so for stays lasting between 50 to 90 days the maximum premium is US$224. Stays beyond 90 days to a maximum of 180 days are charged an additional $1.40 per day.

Aruba Visitors Insurance Premiums ages 15-75

Premiums for persons aged 76 and older

The premium starts at US$15 per day for the first 7 days, then decreases to US$10 per day for the next 7 days. It decreases to US$5 per day for the next 36 days and finally to $1.50 per day for the last 40 days, so for stays lasting between 50 to 90 days the maximum premium is US$487. Stays beyond 90 days to a maximum of 180 days are charged an additional $2 per day.


Aruba Visitors Insurance Premiums 76 and older

Premiums for children aged 0-14

Children up to and including age 14 are insured for free but a flat administration fee of US$10 is applicable.

Refunds

If you purchase the Aruba Visitors Insurance and do not take your trip, you may request a full refund.



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