The most current information can be found on the airport’s website.
Information about dual nationality and the prevention of international child abduction can be found on our website.
The type of testing recommended varies according to when a woman’s last possible exposure occurred or when her symptoms began.
For more information, please visit the clinical guidance for healthcare providers caring for pregnant women.
You can complete the ED-Card on the airplane en route to Curaçao or in advance by using ED-Card Online. If you want to stay longer than 180 days, or if you want to work, you must apply for a residence permit.
passport valid for the duration of your stay; (2) a completed Embarkation and Disembarkation Card (ED-Card); (3) a return or onward ticket; and (4) if requested, proof of sufficient funds to cover accommodations and food during your stay. citizens are allowed to stay in Curaçao without a visa or permit for a maximum consecutive period of six months each calendar year.
Public health officials have reported that mosquitoes in Curaçao are infected with Zika virus and are spreading it to people.
Because Zika virus is primarily spread by mosquitoes, CDC recommends that travelers to Curaçao protect themselves from mosquito bites.
If you have visited Curaçao and have a pregnant partner, you should either use condoms or not have sex during the pregnancy.
If you are thinking about pregnancy, talk with your health care provider and wait to become pregnant (see “Women Trying to Become Pregnant” for how long to wait).
You also should use condoms after travel to protect your sex partners from Zika even if you are not pregnant or trying to become pregnant.
For more information, see Zika and Sexual Transmission.
Sexual transmission of Zika virus is also possible, so you should use condoms or not have sex during your trip.