Read Legenda Explanation. This page for Honduras has been latest updated at 2020-03-30 18:39:46
Honduras, one of the poorest Latin American countries, has a hard time fighting the coronavirus in its country. Due to a lack of efficient roads and the medical system, help is difficult to bring to the more remote parts of the country.
President Juan Orlando Hernandez announced a travel ban and a nationwide lockdown on March 26. He suspended all public transportation and ordered people to stay inside their houses.
People started protesting after the announcement and demanded food. Other local communities blocked several roads for multiple hours outside the capital Tegucigalpa.
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Last validated on March 30, 2020:26 March: Honduras is on a complete lockdown of the country, making traveling to the country no longer possible. All public transportation has been canceled. This nationwide curfew has been announced until at least mid-April.
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