Read Legenda Explanation. This page for Puerto Rico has been latest updated at 2020-03-23 23:32:53

Timeline and information

19 March: Traveling to the country by air is still possible, however, the governor wants to suspend both domestic and international flights to stop the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus. A request has been filed with the FAA (Federal Aviation Authority) and is under consideration. Mandatory self-quarantine after entering the country isn't required.

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Flag of Puerto Rico Puerto Rico

Capital San Juan
Time In Capital
Population 3,2 million (2019)

Current Restriction Level: Moderate


Last validated on March 23, 2020:

19 March: Puerto Rico has imposed several measures to contain the spread of the coronavirus. The government implemented a curfew for the entire island between 9 pm and 5 am. These measures will last until further notice. Besides that, the Puerto Rican government decided to ban cruise ships and closing all schools and restaurants. The poor country wants to take any precaution possible to stop the transmission of the virus.

39

Confirmed Cases

2

Reported Deaths
Latest update March 25, 2020 [Source]

Latest News Updates

We increased the level of restrictions of Puerto Rico from Unknown to Moderate [..]

March 24, 2020

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