Welcome to the crisis website of the Public Entity Bonaire. This website is online when there is a crisis. That is why you can now find all information about COVID-19 on this website.

Travel

Additional test for American travelers, exception for short stays

https://www.bonairecrisis.com/additional-test-for-american-travelers-exception-for-short-stays/

Traveling to Curaçao

From October 18th, 2021 Bonaire is designated a very high-risk country for Curacao:

All travelers, 12 years and older, must undergo a PCR test that has been taken within 48 hours before departure.

All travelers, 12 years and older, must undergo an antigen test three days after arrival. An appointment for this test must be made within 48 hours prior to departure.

You may find additional information about the entry requirements for Curacao at: https://gobiernu.cw/nl/corona-travel-to-Curacao/

Traveling to Aruba

All travelers as of 12 years of age must have a NAAT (PCR)-test prior to departure.

You may find additional information about the entry requirements for Aruba at: https://www.aruba.com/us/traveler-health-requirements

Countries with very low risk

China
Poland
Saba
Singapore
Sint Eustatius

Countries with low risk

Bulgaria
Czech Republic
Israel
Italy
Peru
Romania
San Marino
Sweden
Uruguay
Vatican City

Countries with high risk

Argentina
Aruba
Austria
Belgium
Bolivia
Canada
Chili
Colombia
Croatia
Curacao
Denmark
Dominican Republic
Ecuador
Finland
France
Germany
Greece
Guyana
Hungary
India
Ireland
Jamaica
Luxembourg
Netherlands
Norway
Panama
Portugal
Puerto Rico
Sint Maarten
Spain
Switzerland

All countries that are not mentioned in any of the categories are considered to be high risk.

Countries with very high risk

Brazil
Costa Rica
French Guiana
Haiti
Seychelles
Suriname
United Kingdom
United States
Venezuela