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Many Dutch people have booked a holiday to Curaçao in recent weeks because this was one of the few places where we were still allowed on holiday. There was a run on holidays to Curaçao after Mark Rutte's press conference at the end of October. Mark Rutte's advice is not to travel abroad until mid-January unless it is really necessary. The islands of the Netherlands Antilles are excluded from this, provided this code is yellow. It was only a matter of time that the travel advice for Curaçao would change from yellow to orange. The number of corona infections on the island has been increasing for weeks. Curaçao has been tightening up the measures on the island for weeks, such as a curfew.

Yesterday is the travel advice on the website The Netherlands worldwide for curaçao changed from code yellow to code orange. The advice is to only travel to the island if it is really necessary. The RIVM does not consider it necessary for current visitors to return to the Netherlands immediately. Travelers returning to the Netherlands from Curaçao must be in home quarantine for ten days. Aruba and Bonaire are currently still code yellow for the islands of the Netherlands Antilles. St. Eustatius, Saba and Curaçao are all currently code orange. Little remains as a holiday destination. Many people who have quickly booked a trip to Curaçao for the holidays in recent weeks, can write their trip on their stomach.

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