Aruba Zika has been headlining international news. Leaving many people including pregnant women (and who want to get pregnant) scared to travel to Aruba.

So, should you also be worried to travel to Aruba because of Zika travel alerts?

The Current Aruba Zika Situation

There is a lot of confusion around the Aruba Zika situation in the media.

According to Aruba Tourism Authority and Aruba’s Department of Public Health you shouldn’t panic about Zika in Aruba.

Since Aruba has been added to the travel watch there has been only 4 reported cases.

This number of Zika cases is extremely low compared to other tropical territories.

And these cases are very old because at the moment there are no new Zika cases.

The Zika situation in Aruba is not that alarming as the media makes it out to be.

Aruba is safe for traveling despite all the negative news.

Why You Shouldn’t Be Worried About Aruba Zika

Aruba Tourism Authority is making locals more conscious on how to combat Zika.

They are doing this by motivating the community to be motivated and determined to eliminate breeding grounds around their house.

Moreover, you shouldn’t be worried because…

  1. Zika virus does not pose an alarming threat to visitors.
  2. Hotels are taking proactive measures to combat all mosquito borne viruses.
  3. Volunteers are cleaning up and eradicating breeding grounds around the hotel area.
  4. Aruba Tourism Authority are monitoring and limiting Zika cases.




Security for Visitors

The security for travelers to Aruba is considered very high.

Aruba’s Department of Public Health and Aruba Tourism Authority are working together to reduce mosquitoes around the hotel area.

They made repellents available for all visitors.

How Can You Get Infected With Zika?

When a mosquito bites you…

But not every time a mosquito bites you means you’re going to get Zika. Because not all mosquitoes have the Zika virus.

You only get infected with Zika when a mosquito with the virus bites you.

And if you happen to have Zika and a uninfected mosquito bites you – you will transfer the virus to the mosquito. This mosquito will infect another person when it bites them.

The Zika virus is carried by a mosquito better known as Aedes Aegypti.

You can recognize it by it’s white and black stripes.

Aedes Aegypti mosquito that causes Zika.

The Symptoms of Zika

The following symptoms may give you a clue that you have Zika:

  • Headaches
  • Rashes
  • Red Eye
  • Pain behind your eyes
  • Fever
  • Pain in your joints.

Symptoms of Zika

If you have one of these symptoms after a mosquito bites you go to the hospital..

How to Protect Yourself Against Mosquito Bites

Protect yourself by taking precautionary measures such as:

  • Sleeping under a mosquito net
  • Wear clothing that covers you all over
  • Use mosquito repellent.
  • Avoid any location on Aruba that has mosquitoes.

What To Do After You Travel To Aruba

When you’re back home prevent any mosquito bites for at least 2 weeks after your trip. Because some people get infected with Zika and they don’t get any symptoms or get sick.

So preventing mosquito bites will help stop spreading the virus to other people




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71 replies
  1. Anne Labonte Perreault
    Anne Labonte Perreault says:

    I was in Aruba last week for my seventh visit. Mosquitoes have never been around. In fact this visit I saw so many dragonflies I wondered if perhaps the island had invested in the natural mosquito predator! No worries. One happy island!

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  2. Federico
    Federico says:

    Angelo, very good article, I have a query to do, what is the situation of the mosquito outside the area of hotels ?, I am going to stay in the neighborhood of San Miguel near the Bubali Bird Sanctuary. thank you very much

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    • Angelo Limon
      Angelo Limon says:

      Hi Federico, thank you. Outside of the hotel area the mosquito situation is not alarming. I’m not saying there aren’t any mosquitoes. But I think you won’t be bothered at all. However do bring som repellent, because you never know where you might go when exploring Aruba that does have more mosquito than normal. Sunny regards, Angelo. See you soon in Aruba 🙂

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    • Angelo Limon
      Angelo Limon says:

      Hi Federico, we had a rough time during the “rainy season” a lot of floods. However it’s already been nearly two weeks since it rained really hard. The sun has been giving us great weather. The mosquito situation is under control. No new Zika cases have been reported for a while now. There is nothing to be worried about. Enjoy your vacation, Federico:)

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  3. Jamie
    Jamie says:

    I was in Aruba in the Palm Beach Section (Divi Phoenix Resort) from Nov 15-20th. I was bitten and my husband as well a few times during our trip, prob 1-3 times each day, mostly at dusk or at night while watching the sunset on the beach in front of the hotel or in the pool area. We also were bit during dinner at Madame Jeanette’s, which in inland a bit. They were definitely mosquitos, alhough i can’t say for sure that they were/weren’t Aedes Aegypti type. Either way, we returned home to U.S. and did not experience any sympotms of Zika. Its been two months and we are just considering trying for a new baby now, although the recommendation is 6 months, but i feel like since Aruba’s rate of infection has been quite low, we will be okay. Aruba was wonderful trip, just wish we hadn’t experienced ANY mosquitos, but it is a tropical island nontheless.

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  4. Birsen
    Birsen says:

    Hi! I am 3 months pregnant now and will be 5 months pregnant in April 2017 for my sister’s destination wedding. Should I go to the wedding? She is my sister… but this is also my baby. I don’t want to risk anything happening to the baby. We will be staying at the Hilton Aruba Carribean resort. If the risk is almost Zilch, I would love to go. What would you do?

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    • Angelo Limon
      Angelo Limon says:

      Hi,

      I would still go, because there hasn’t been any recent cases of zika in Aruba (for a while now already). The government is doing a lot of spraying around Aruba ta combat mosquito breeding grounds. I’m not saying there aren’t any mosquitoes, so just avoid places with standing water due to rain, wear long sleeves as much as possible and bring a good mosquito repellent you will be fine.

      Have fun in Aruba,

      Regards,

      Angelo

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  5. Ash
    Ash says:

    Thanks! I’m pregnant as well (9 weeks). We’ve had this trip planned for a year, coming end of March. Completely forgot about the Zika up until yesterday. Do you have the link to the number of recently reported cases? I figure if I cover myself in deet from head to toe and only go out during the day I should be fine. Also, do you have more information on the spraying? I was going to call down there and ask them to spray lol. The other thing to consider is that some people are probably sexually spreading this, how can they tell if it’s from the mosquitoe?

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    • Isa
      Isa says:

      Hi Ash.
      I’m trying to get pregnant.. and also thinking about going to Aruba in May. Can you please let us know about your experience now that you go at the end of this month?? I hope you don’t encounter any mosquitoes whatsoever..and of course no zika.. good luck!! Take care. Thx.

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  6. Shar
    Shar says:

    Hii Ash! Yes….Please let us know! I just found out that we’re expecting and I have a trip planned for a July wedding but want to know if it’s worth the risk. I’m dying to go but my husband is worried. Please let us know and have fun, I love Aruba! Thanks!

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  7. Kat
    Kat says:

    We have, and loved, Aruba for 3 years in a row. We did not go since the Sitka virus scare, however.
    I have ALWAYS noticed, though, large standing bodies/puddles(?!) of water on the main road, say, from the large Dutch grocery store to, say, the Palm Beach area! I always ask my husband, ” did it rain THAT much to produce such a large puddle of water?!” (Highway 2 a or 2b heading north!)? On the right and left of that road. I was always looking for birds that might be standing in the water, so I always was looking at them. And, In front of our hotel, the Amsterdam Manor Beach Hotel, there are always mosquitoes ready for a snack on our bodies! So I put two and two together and was wondering if those big puddles of water still exist and we were very nervous about ANY /ALL mosquitos bites!

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    • Angelo Limon
      Angelo Limon says:

      Hi Kat,

      I know what you mean. The thing is we don’t have a good road gutter system for the water when it rains in Aruba. It usually just stays there, for a long while…

      But you should consider coming again, because the risk isn’t that big as you think.

      Sunny Regards,

      Angelo

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  8. Dennon
    Dennon says:

    My Fiance and I have been looking forward to spending our Honeymoon in Aruba ever since we got engaged in March of 2016. We had planned to come in the middle of June 2017 right after our wedding. However, our concern is that with children in both our hearts for the near future we are worried that we may need to cancel our plan. What are the mosquito populations like in June? Have there still not been any cases in recent months?

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  9. Birsen
    Birsen says:

    Hi Angelo! So I decided to go to My sister’s wedding in Aruba next week. Ahhhh! Jk. Thank you for your advice. I will be 22 wks along. I have my doctor’s support. He said ‘wear Deet and wear long sleeves when you can. And everything will be fine. Enjoy it!’ So that’s what I plan on doing. I will let you all know how it goes. I plan on Kung Fu’ing any mosquitoes that come my way! Take that, Aedes Aegypti! Thanks Angelo and everyone!

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  10. Michelle
    Michelle says:

    We are thinking about taking a trip to Aruba next month but I am very concerned about zika as we are trying to get pregnant. Can you please update me on the current amount of confirmed cases? It seems like the number has gone up drastically according to this site. http://www2.paho.org/hq/index.php?option=com_docman&task=doc_view&gid=35328&Itemid=270&lang=en
    If there were only 4 cases a while ago, i would risk it. But it looks like there have been many more cases recently. Can you confirm?

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    • Angelo Limon
      Angelo Limon says:

      Hello Michelle,

      Yes it’s true, two months ago, the total cases were almost 300 confirmed! I would seriously reconsider coming here. I think it would be on the safer side to get pregnant, have the baby and a year after or so come to Aruba. There will be plenty new things for you to enjoy by then.

      Good luck!

      Sunny Regards!

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  11. WeLoveAruba
    WeLoveAruba says:

    Hi Angelo,
    My wife and I were in Aruba in mid-end of Feb. we came home and 6 weeks later were surprised to find out we are expecting. We are obviously going to get tested for Zika, as I recall a number of mosquitoes buzzing around me early mornings – 5AM.

    I have been trying to get statistics to gage the number of Zika cases in Aruba since Jan 2017, and if there have been any reported cases of microcephaly. If you have a “go to” source that you can share, that would be great.

    Thanks!

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    • Angelo Limon
      Angelo Limon says:

      Hi Dan,

      Congratulations!

      There have been about 2 confirmed cases with pregnant women here in Aruba. But the last update I heard is that the babies didn’t show any signs of microcephaly yet. If you want to ask someone that knows more about the situations check out Aruba’s department of public health contact page – http://www.despa.gov.aw/index.php/contact-us the home page also has very great info on Zika. I advise you to get tested, but I don’t think you have zika, because you didn’t show any signs of it in the first place. Those mosquitoes in the morning were probably harmless 🙂

      Good luck and enjoy your healthy bundle of joy!

      Sunny Regards,

      Angelo Limon

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      • Maria
        Maria says:

        Hi Angelo,

        I am getting married in July and my fiance and I have everything booked to come to Aruba for our honeymoon and now I am worried. Are there any updates on numbers of people infected by the Zika virus?

        Thank you!

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        • Angelo Limon
          Angelo Limon says:

          Hello Maria,

          The minster of public health didn’t mention the exact amount of cases at the moment during a recent interview, but he did say that it is well below the minimum – which means, you will be fine! Congratulations! Enjoy your marriage in Aruba!

          Sunny Regards,

          Angelo Limon

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  12. Diana
    Diana says:

    we just booked our trip for end of May, friday when i checked the site these new comments were not up regarding concern of so many cases. the CDC doesnt give much info at all. so i went ahead and booked. Now worried since we are all booked and coming with our one year old, but more so concerned because this fall we will be trying for baby #2. Ive been to aruba 3 other times and think have only seen a mosquito once. any tips as to how to avoid the mosquitos in the sense of avoiding in land? eating outside? etc we will wear deet for sure. what is the peak time for mosquiotes (dusk i know is a big one)
    i also read somewhere that aruba imported a lot of dragonflies to help eat up the mosquitoes is this true? Im really concerned and debating if to cancel my trip now and take the huge financial hit of canceling 🙁

    is the island doing anything like spraying to help knock down the mosquitoes? the link about drops off data as of week 5 of 2017, what has been reported since then?

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  13. Birsen
    Birsen says:

    Hi everyone! I went to Aruba on Apr 18-Apr 23 for my sister’s wedding. I was 22 wks pregnant at the time. Doc said I could go as long as I applied DEET. I chose 25% DEET because I heard anything less than 30% is safe for the baby. So I stayed away from 98% DEET products. We stayed at the Hilton but ventured out to eat at night (we went to El Faro Blanco and El Gaucho). There were NO MOSQUITOS during the day. I also didn’t experience any at night. I did get bit once, by the Hilton pool at 6:15pm. I was so upset. ‘What have I don’t to the baby?’, was all that kept going through my head. But I tried to think positive. I heard there are more chances of getting Zika in Miami than in Aruba. I took the Zika test on Monday 5/8 and I got the results back on Friday 5/12. NEGATIVE for Zika. I was so RELIEVED. Loved Aruba but I would not have gone if it wasn’t my sister’s wedding. Airlines/Hotels should understand. Wouldn’t want anyone to go through the fear I went through after getting bit (and by the way, NOBODY else on my family got bit except me, the prego who was applying DEET). Figures. Good luck to all in whatever you decide!

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  14. Kristin
    Kristin says:

    Hello! My husband and I just returned from Aruba 2 days ago and had a great time. We plan on trying to get pregnant in a couple of months and I totally forgot about Zika until we got back and I happened to see an article about it. We only got bit by mosquitoes a few times at night while eating at Zeerovers. We stayed in Savaneta away from the hotel area. Should I be concerned? Are there any recent cases?

    Thanks!

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    • Angelo Limon
      Angelo Limon says:

      Hi Kristin,

      There hasn’t been anything no the news regarding zika cases on the island, don’t be concerned about that. Just to be sure, and give you clarity, I would go to the doctor and get tested, you and your husband. I’m sure you’ll find out everything is okay. Congratulations with your baby 🙂 Angelo

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  15. Angelo Limon
    Angelo Limon says:

    Hello Zach,

    There’s no Zika outbreak or anything in Aruba for a while now. You should be totally fine, bring some mosquito repellent just in case you run into a few mosquitoes.

    Regards,

    Angelo

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  16. Jo
    Jo says:

    Hello!

    We are thinking of travelling to Aruba and staying at the Holiday Inn area. I am concerned about Zika as we are trying to have a baby. Can you pleas confirm Is there any new cases of Zika now in July 2017 ? Is it safe to travel? The concern falls due to CDC and WHO is not clear on their stats for Aruba. Safety comes first. It’s been mentioned that the mosquitoes that you should be concerned with are during the Day for Zika.
    Thanks for your help!
    Jo

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  17. Carly
    Carly says:

    Hello,

    My husband and I will be in Aruba the middle of October for our honeymoon and have been tossing around the idea of trying to start expanding our family. We are both very concerned if this is a smart idea because of Zika. How many recent cases have been reported? Is it safe there?

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    • Angelo Limon
      Angelo Limon says:

      Hi Carly,

      First of all congratulations on wanting to expand your family.

      At the moment there’s no break out about zika and the government hasn’t reported any cases.

      The reason behind it is there’s no rain water for mosquitoes to grow.

      My advice is to bring mosquito repellent and you should be fine.

      In case you get bitten check with your Dr back home to be sure everything is okay.

      But i don’t think there’s any reasons to be concerned.

      Enjoy your vacation

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  18. lauren
    lauren says:

    hello, my family and i will be traveling to Aruba in oct. I will be around 16 weeks pregnant. Staying at our favorite place Divi Pheonix! My doc is telling me to cancel for fear of putting my baby at risk for zika. we are taking our entire family so canceling this trip would leave me heartbroken but, i also want to be smart for my unborn baby. I am really torn. Having a hard time fining out how safe/unsafe Aruba is for a pregnant person. lots of my friends took “baby moons” in the caribbean and all went on to have healthy babies. hoping that will be the case for me.

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  19. Kelly
    Kelly says:

    Hi,
    My husband and I are planning to go to Aruba in October for a wedding, and we w been trying for a baby for a few months now. How prevalent is zika in Aruba right. Ow? Should we stop trying until 6 months after we return? I’d rather not wait if the chance of zika is unlikely!

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  20. Jordan
    Jordan says:

    My husband and I are currently in Aruba. I was bitten as soon as I stepped out of the airport waiting for a taxi and then again today leaving my room. We were trying to get pregnant, not sure yet if we succeeded but now I am hitting the pause button with hay because of my two mosquito bites. Do you know how many cases there are now?

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  21. Dmitriy
    Dmitriy says:

    Hello, we are currently in Aruba and went to the private island of Renniasance. We were bitten by mosquitos and my wife is seven weeks pregnant. We are currently worried and my wife felt sick after the island trip. Running noise ans cough. We will be getting tested as soon as we return back to the states

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  22. Snyder
    Snyder says:

    Hi Angelo , I keep changing my mind whether or not to go to Aruba in two weeks. I have it booked but my wife is six months pregnant. Has there been any new cases? The doctor just says check CDC and CDC says don’t travel to Aruba but not sure if that’s means there is a 1% chance or more. Very frustrating because our entire family is going!

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    • Angelo Limon
      Angelo Limon says:

      Hello Snyder

      Glad to know you are planning a trip to Aruba.
      zika cases are not prevalent. However, precaution is always a plus.
      be sure to travel with your mosquito repellent, some light long sleeves clothing and you will be just fine!

      Enjoy counting down to visit us.

      Sunny regards,

      Angelo

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        • Angelo Limon
          Angelo Limon says:

          Hi Gayle,

          Glad to know you are planning a trip to Aruba.
          zika cases are not prevalent. However, precaution is always a plus.
          be sure to travel with your mosquito repellent, some light long sleeves clothing and you will be just fine!

          Enjoy counting down to visit us.

          Sunny regards,

          Angelo

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  23. Anonymous
    Anonymous says:

    Hi, i am travelling to Aruba end of March 2018. What is the current status of Zika? I will be coming from the US. Can i take any precautinary medinciens?

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    • Angelo Limon
      Angelo Limon says:

      Hello,

      Glad to know you are planning a trip to Aruba.
      zika cases are not prevalent. However, precaution is always a plus.
      be sure to travel with your mosquito repellent, some light long sleeves clothing and you will be just fine!

      Enjoy counting down to visit us.

      Sunny regards,

      Angelo

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    • Dmitriy
      Dmitriy says:

      We traveled in December and my wife was 7 weeks. We didn’t know there were Zika affiliation with this country and we asked the doctor and they said it was fine. We were bitten my mosquitos and got worried after doing research online. After we got back to the states we wanted to get test, but they said if we didn’t have any symptoms they don’t test and their records stated there has been less than 3 positive returns on Zika in the past few years for those test.

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      • Kay
        Kay says:

        Did everything turn out okay? I hope so!
        I will be trying to conceive in September and have a trip booked in November .. do you think it’s safe ?

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        • Angelo Limon
          Angelo Limon says:

          Hi Kay,

          hank you for your comment.

          There has not been any alarming zika cases. Here on the island the department of infectious diseases strive on prevention. The entire island gets fumigated frequently and you should not have any burden when this is being done. they also recommend using bugs repellent spray as often as possible if you are being attacked by any mosquito.

          Greetings.

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  24. Allison
    Allison says:

    Hi! Our family is planning a vacation to Aruba in June. I see the last update on zika prevalence was in February. How is the prevalence of zika currently?

    Thank you!

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    • Angelo Limon
      Angelo Limon says:

      Hi Allison,

      Thank you for your comment.

      There has not been any alarming zika cases. Here on the island the department of infectious diseases strive on prevention. The entire island gets fumigated frequently and you should not have any burden when this is being done. they also recommend using bugs repellent spray as often as possible if you are being attacked by any mosquito.

      Greetings.

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  25. Monica
    Monica says:

    I am interested in going to Aruba for my 30th & I’ll be 13 weeks then (2nd trimester) Is Aruba a risky trip? I would love to visit.

    Reply
    • Angelo Limon
      Angelo Limon says:

      Hi Monica,

      Thank you for your comment.

      There has not been any alarming zika cases. Here on the island the department of infectious diseases strive on prevention. The entire island gets fumigated frequently and you should not have any burden when this is being done. they also recommend using bugs repellent spray as often as possible if you are being attacked by any mosquito.

      Greetings.

      Reply
  26. Eve
    Eve says:

    Hi Angelo

    What is the latest news on the Zika virus please? Have there been any more reported cases in Aruba? My partner and I are due to come to Aruba at the end of September for our honeymoon for two weeks. Many thanks

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    • Angelo Limon
      Angelo Limon says:

      Hello Eve,

      It’s been a dry season for this year (2018), this means not a lot of mosquitoes. The government department in charge of mosquito prevention is fumigating and controlling the areas very good in my opinion. You won’t have a problem I think. enjoy the island

      Regards – Angelo

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  27. Ava
    Ava says:

    Hello,

    I realize you get the same question over and over again, but I wanted to ask – when you say fumigating the island – do you mean every single par of the island? We will be staying at the Renaissance for 2 days, and then the Manchebo Beach Resort for the remaining 7 days of our honeymoon, and I was wondering if you had any information about the areas which the government is fumigating/spraying. I have read through the website you linked in one of your responses, but was unable to find a concrete answer as to if there have been any more reported cases of Zika in Aruba in 2018? Please let me know your thoughts on the two hotels and the general area when it comes to mosquitoes, zika, fumigation, anything really! Apologies for bothering you with yet another zika question! Thanks so much 🙂

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    • Angelo Limon
      Angelo Limon says:

      Hi Ava,

      Thank you for your comment. Renaissance is located in the city center. you can get to experience much more shopping. Manchebo is located on one of our well visited beaches. Both hotels are great choices.

      There has not been any alarming zika cases. Here on the island the department of infectious diseases strive on prevention. The entire island gets fumigated frequently and you should not have any burden when this is being done.

      Greetings.

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  28. June
    June says:

    Hi Angelo,

    I will be 14 weeks pregnant and am planning to travel to Aruba in the middle of August for about a week. Are you still experiencing a dry season or has there been a lot of rain? Have there been any new known cases of Zika?

    Thanks

    Reply
    • Angelo Limon
      Angelo Limon says:

      hi Dear,

      Hope all is well with you and your pregnancy. No need to be worried at all, there are no alarming zika cases. but I will suggest you pack some bugs repellent spray just for prevention. as to rain, we are experiencing small bits of rain during the mid-night hours. but mostly dry during the day. greetings

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  29. B
    B says:

    Hi Angelo

    My husband and I are heading to aruba in two week and found out we are 4 weeks pregnant so we will be 6/7weeks.
    What is the lastest update on Zika ? Any info would help thanks

    Reply
    • Angelo Limon
      Angelo Limon says:

      Hi B,

      There wasn’t any serious cases mentioned for almost a year now, the hotels have a pretty good grip on the mosquito situations, I think you’re going to be fine. Just bring your mosquito repellent essentials in case.

      Sunny Regards x Angelo

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  30. Anonymous
    Anonymous says:

    Hi Angelo,
    I have a family trip planned for next month to Aruba and I just found out I’m pregnant. I’ll be 9 weeks pregnant by the time of the trip. Should I be concerned about zika at all? Have there been any more reported cases?
    Thank you

    Reply
    • Angelo Limon
      Angelo Limon says:

      Hi Franzella,

      The zika situation in aruba is under control, there have been months even i think a year without any big news about this, I’m not saying there are zero mosquitoes on the island, but I’m sure you won’t be bothered by any. Sunny Regards x Angelo

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  31. Krystal Kilpela
    Krystal Kilpela says:

    Hello.. checking in on the latest Zika updates? Any new outbreaks or reported cases? I will be 19 weeks pregnant and traveling with my two kids age 3 and 6. Any help is appreciated

    Reply
    • Angelo Limon
      Angelo Limon says:

      Hi krystal,

      The zika situation in aruba is under control, there have been months even i think a year without any big news about this, I’m not saying there are zero mosquitoes on the island, but I’m sure you won’t be bothered by any. Sunny Regards x Angelo

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  32. Chelsey Poeta
    Chelsey Poeta says:

    Hello! I was just checking in on the latest Zika updates? Any new outbreaks or reported cases for Aruba? I will be 21 weeks pregnant. Any information and help is greatly appreciated!

    Reply
    • Angelo
      Angelo says:

      Hello Chelsey,

      There isn’t any cases of zika on the island for the past few years! The coast is clear. Just bring some mosquito repellent just incase – but no need to worry at all. Welcome to Aruba soon!

      Reply

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