The Caribbean island of Aruba is preparing to reopen to international visitors on July 1, as the country lays out its exit strategy from lockdown.
Aruba has been closed to overseas arrivals since March 16, shortly after the island nation recorded its first cases of coronavirus.
The government went on to roll out strict lockdown measures for residents; there is a curfew from 10pm to 5am (originally 9pm to 6am), which comes with a fine of AWG 10,000 (US$5,000) for anyone who violates the rule.
However, the lockdown has helped to contain the virus; Aruba has recorded 101 cases of Coronavirus and 3 deaths, and now the Minister of Tourism Dangui Oduber has announced the country is preparing to reopen its borders.
Source: The Telegraph