Coronavirus "Shelter In Place" Order
(Thursday, 26 March 2020)
The local government is taking immediate steps to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus throughout the island.
★ Commercial passenger planes may only land at the Luís Muñoz Marín Airport (SJU) in Carolina.
★ All passengers arriving in Puerto Rico are required to go into a 24/7 14-day quarantine.
★ All businesses (except supermarkets, pharmacies, banks, and gas stations) are to remain closed through 12 April.
★ Currently, there is a curfew from 9pm to 5am. During the day (non-curfew hours), people are only allowed out for food shopping or medical reasons.
★ Beginning 31 March, the curfew will be 7pm to 5am. Supermarkets will be closed on Sundays. During the day, if your car license plate ends in an even number, you can go out on Monday, Wednesday & Friday. If your car license plate ends in an odd number, you can go out on Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday. The even/odd restriction does not apply to medical, health, or "essential" work travel.
★ Restaurants can ony be open for drive-through or take-out service.
★ All events, tours, excursions are cancelled.
★ All attractions are closed.
★ Get more info in this article.
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