Puerto Rico to Reopen for Inbound Tourism July 15

30.06.2020

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Puerto Rico To Reopen For Inbound Tourism July 15

As part of the Island’s responsible four-phased reopening plan, Puerto Rico announced it will formally reopen for inbound tourism on July 15. Beaches have already reopened with sunbathing and other recreational activities now permitted, limiting group gathering to only those within the same household. 

Puerto Rico, according to Discover Puerto Rico, has exercised an abundance of caution since the onset of COVID-19 (coronavirus), with policies in place to avoid the spread of the virus, including being the first U.S. entity to implement such measures as an island-wide curfew. Thorough cleanliness measures are in place and enhanced policies are being developed and implemented by the Puerto Rico Tourism Company that follow the U.S. Travel Association health and safety guideline, along with locally enforced measures.

Here’s what you need to know: The Puerto Rico National Guard is assisting with health screenings of all arriving passengers, including offering rapid COVID-19 testing. Arriving passengers may be asked to self-quarantine for 14 days should they not test negative.

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