Current COVID-19 Restrictions (updated 03 Dec 2020) —
🚩 The new executive order goes into effect 07 December 2020 and will be in effect through 07 January 2021
🏠 Curfew is from 9pm until 5am. Sunday is a "lock-down" day - you are only permitted out for emergencies
🍺 Dry-law (no alcohol sales) in effect 5am Saturdays until 5am Mondays. Restaurants are permitted to serve alcohol at tables on Saturdays
🛒 On Sundays, only supermarkets, pharmacies, gas stations, hardware stores, and restaurants (take-out/drive-thru/delivery) are permitted to be open
😷 Masks covering mouth & nose, as well as social distancing, are required in public. There is a fine for not wearing a mask
🏖️ Beaches and bodies of water (rivers, lakes, etc) are open for individual exercise only (walking, jogging, swimming, surfing, snorkeling) Mondays to Saturdays; no sunbathing, chairs, nor coolers permitted. No "hanging out". Beaches and bodies of water are completely closed on Sundays
🛒 Stores, businesses & banks may be at 30% capacity, but must close by 8:30pm
🍽️ Restaurants are permitted to be open at 30% capacity Monday through Saturday, but must close by 8:30pm. On Sundays, open for take-out, drive-thru, and delivery only
🏋 Gyms are permitted to be open, by appointment, at 30% occupancy
🍿 Casinos & movie theaters are permitted to be open at 30% occupancy
🏊 Pools in hotels/resorts can be open at 30% capacity with hotel supervision. Pools in condos/communities must remain closed. Common areas in hotels/resorts/condos/communities must remain closed
⛵ Boating is not permitted; marinas must remain closed. Individual watercraft - kayaks, stand-up paddleboard (SUP), and jet skis - are permitted
🍺 Chinchorros, bars & clubs remain closed
⛴️ Tourists are permitted on the ferry to Culebra. The ferry to Vieques will continue to be limited to residents & emergency personnel
🚌 AMA buses & Tren Urbano will operate with COVID restrictions
🌳 El Yunque National Forest is open, but reservations are required for entry (available at Recreation.gov)
⚠️ All travelers arriving in Puerto Rico are required to submit a travel declaration with contact tracing info, & proof of a negative COVID-19 molecular-based (PCR) test. See the PR Government Travel Safe site for details, and to submit your contact tracing information
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