How to Sign Up

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How to Sign Up for your Vaccine
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Sign up for the COVID-19 vaccine.

Take note of the different ways you can register.

 

 

ORANJESTAD, Aruba – 09 February 2021: From February 1, the community was able to begin registering to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.

 

Scenario 1:

The first form of registration that was reported to the community was via the Aruba Health App. To register through the Aruba Health App, the person must download this from their Google Play Store or Apple Store and follow the instructions to create a user.

 

Those people who have already downloaded this application in the past, should update it; once it is updated or if it is the case if you have created a new user, you will be able to see an icon of the vaccine; You must press or click there and you will be registered to receive the vaccine.

 

In an App (application) you can register more than one user, this means that a complete family can be incorporated into a single App. Simply click where it says "Add user" and you can incorporate, for example, the mother , to the father, grandparents etc, who perhaps do not have a smart phone and thus can register them so that they receive the vaccine.

 

Those who have a smart cell phone and AZV but may need help to register can go to the MFA (Multi-Functional Facilities) for assistance. The service in the MFA will be from Monday to Friday from 7:30 am to 4:30 pm "non-stop".

 

Another way in which they can also register is through aruba.dvgapp.org and in the same way as with the App they can follow the instructions to create a user and register.

 

Those who do not have AZV will not be able to apply for the vaccine through the Aruba Health App, nor via aruba.dvgapp.org. For those who do not have AZV there is another process. Next, the possible scenarios and processes will be described so that they can register to obtain the vaccine.

Scenario 2:

Those who do NOT have AZV but are enrolled in the Census because they are working in Aruba for a long time or indefinite time; for example those people who are working for the Dutch State in "the Armed Forces" and their partners. These people can go to one of the MFA buildings to register. What these people must bring to register is a form of legal identification (ID) or passport and proof of Aruba residency. The service in the MFA will be from Monday to Friday from 7:30 am to 4:30 pm "non-stop" starting from Monday, February 8 at 12:00 noon.

 

Scenario 3:

Those people who have a Dutch passport and are NOT tourists, but are living close to their family for a long time or for an indefinite time; that they are not registered in the Census, and that for this reason they do not have AZV. They must go to one of the MFA buildings to register; these people must carry a form of legal identification. The service in the MFA will be from Monday to Friday from 7:30 am to 4:30 pm "non-stop" starting from Monday, February 8 at 12:00 noon.

 

Scenario 4:

Those people who are living in Aruba but do NOT have legal status; these people can go to one of the MFA buildings to register. What these people must bring to register is a form of legal identification (ID) or passport and proof of Aruba residency.

 

It is important for citizens to know that the vaccination campaign is for the Aruba community, that is, all those people who are living in Aruba for a long time or for an indefinite time. The campaign excludes tourists who are on vacation in Aruba.

 

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