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Belize travel restrictions

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Crossing Rules
  • Passengers are not permitted to enter Belize.
Flight Restrictions

published 17.08.2020

Airports in Belize are closed.

Quarantine

Quarantine requirement at government designated site- subject to PCR.

If you are eligible for entry, you must have approval from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and you will need to quarantine for at least 14 days at your own expense.

Insurance
Certification

COVID-19 negative certification required for entering the country.

Travellers are encouraged to to take a COVID-19 PCR test within 72 hours of travel. Those who present a negative PCR test upon arrival will be able to utilize the ‘fast track’ entry lane for much faster arrival processing. Travelers who do not have a negative test will be required to undergo testing by the Ministry of Health upon arrival at their own expense. Those who test positive will be quarantined in a government facility. all travelers to Belize must wear a face mask at all times.

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Vaccination

Yellow fever (2016)
Country requirement at entry: a yellow fever vaccination certificate is required for travellers aged 1 year
or over arriving from countries with risk of yellow fever transmission and for travellers having transited
through an airport of a country with risk of yellow fever transmission.

WHO vaccination recommendation: no

Malaria (2018)
Malaria risk due predominantly to P. vivax exists in some areas of Stan Creek and is negligible elsewhere.
WHO recommended prevention in risk areas: A

Other country requirement(s) (2016)
All travellers arriving from polio-endemic countries as well as Belizeans or persons living in Belize
travelling to countries where polio cases have been confirmed must have a proof of polio vaccination.

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Full Restrictions

  • Belize Operations at Philip Goldson International Airport will remain suspended until 1 October (Travel Week, 01.09.2020)

    *****

    International restrictions:

    On 28 August it was announced the International airport will reopen on 1 October with strict protocols. Commercial flights to and from Belize remain very limited. The Government of Belize closed all borders including suspending all international flights to the Philip Goldson International Airport (Belize City). If you are eligible for entry, you must have approval from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs by completing an application [https://repatriation.covid19.bz/Forms/Landing] and you will need to quarantine for at least 14 days at your own expense.
    Entry to Belize is prohibited except for Belize nationals and permanent residents, foreign diplomats accredited to Belize, a holder of a valid work permit, a business person with investments in Belize and a consultant or specialist technician required to be in Belize. If you are eligible for entry, you must have approval from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and you will need to quarantine for at least 14 days at your own expense.

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    Internal restrictions:

    The Government of Belize has announced that the nationwide State of Emergency ended on Friday 4 September. Regulations remain in force to prevent, control, contain and suppress the spread of coronavirus. The statutory instruments that set out the requirements in Belize can be found here [https://www.pressoffice.gov.bz/statutory-instruments/] and include: The wearing of masks and social distancing remains mandatory at all times.No gatherings of more than 10 persons. No private parties with people outside your household. Pubs, bars, nightclubs, discotheques, rum shops, casinos and gaming establishments are closed. Restaurants can open for delivery, take away or drive through only. Gymnasiums are closed. No competitive sporting events or recreational contact sports. Walking, running and cycling is allowed as long as social distancing protocols imposed. No church services or other services of worship. No social events. Spas, beauty salons and barbershops are allowed to operate with appointment only subject to social distance protocols. No owner or manager of a business, office or establishment to allow any person to enter that business, office or establishment without wearing a face mask. Schools are closed. The Belize authorities will be strictly enforcing the statutory instrument measures. Anyone (or organisation) who violates these measures may be liable for large fines and imprisonment for up to one year including for: Not social distancing. Not wearing of masks. Public transport, public services and commercial companies being held accountable for customers who do not adhere to the law in their establishments. Entering Belize illegally. Caught with contraband goods from those who entered Belize illegally. Bribing any member of the security forces. Members of the security forces extorting money from individuals.
    The wearing of face masks and social distancing is mandatory at all times. Public transport and public services have resumed and commercial businesses are open (with a maximum of 10 people). This includes shops, hotels, and restaurants (not to dine in). Protocols have been put in place to adhere to social distancing and hand sanitising on entry. Please follow the guidance at each location.

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    05.09.2020
  • Belize Operations at Philip Goldson International Airport will remain suspended until 1 October (Travel Week, 01.09.2020)

    *****

    International restrictions:

    Commercial flights to and from Belize remain very limited. The Government of Belize closed all borders including suspending all international flights to the Philip Goldson International Airport (Belize City). On 5 June the Belize Government announced a controlled repatriation programme for Belize nationals, permanent residents and foreign diplomats accredited to Belize. If you are eligible for entry, you must have approval from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs by completing an application [https://repatriation.covid19.bz/Forms/Landing] and you will need to quarantine for at least 14 days at your own expense.
    Entry to Belize is prohibited except for Belize nationals and permanent residents, foreign diplomats accredited to Belize, a holder of a valid work permit, a business person with investments in Belize and a consultant or specialist technician required to be in Belize. If you are eligible for entry, you must have approval from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and you will need to quarantine for at least 14 days at your own expense.

    *****

    Internal restrictions:

    The Government of Belize has announced a nationwide State of Emergency. Ambergris Caye is in complete lockdown. This went into effect at midnight on Friday 7 August. On 14 August the Prime Minister announced that the State of Emergency for Belize would be extended to 28 days, from an initial 14. The wearing of masks and social distancing remains mandatory at all times.
    The state of emergency Statutory Instrument enforces [https://www.pressoffice.gov.bz/statutory-instruments/]:
    Curfew of 9pm to 5am every day. Curfew for unaccompanied minors from 6pm to 5am everyday unless accompanied by a parent or guardian. Gatherings of more than 10 persons are prohibited. No private parties with people outside your household. Pubs, bars, nightclubs, discotheques, rum shops, casinos and gaming establishments are closed. Restaurants can open for delivery, take away or drive through only. Gymnasiums are closed. No competitive sporting events or recreational contact sports. Walking, running and cycling is allowed as long as social distancing protocols imposed.
    The Belize authorities will be strictly enforcing the state of emergency. Measures include: Social distancing. Mandatory wearing of masks. Ensuring public transport, public services and commercial companies are held accountable for customers adhering to the law. Anyone (or organisation) who violates the state of emergency may be liable for large fines and imprisonment for up to one year. Public transport and public services have resumed and commercial businesses are open (with a maximum of 10 people). This includes shops, hotels, and restaurants. Protocols have been put in place to adhere to social distancing and hand sanitising on entry.

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    02.09.2020
  • Belize *****

    International restrictions:

    Commercial flights to and from Belize remain very limited. The Government of Belize closed all borders including suspending all international flights to the Philip Goldson International Airport (Belize City). On 5 August the Belize Government announced that the Philip Goldson International airport will not reopen on 15 August as previously planned. On 5 June the Belize Government announced a controlled repatriation programme for Belize nationals, permanent residents and foreign diplomats accredited to Belize. If you are eligible for entry, you must have approval from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs by completing an application [https://repatriation.covid19.bz/Forms/Landing] and you will need to quarantine for at least 14 days at your own expense.
    Entry to Belize is prohibited except for Belize nationals and permanent residents, foreign diplomats accredited to Belize, a holder of a valid work permit, a business person with investments in Belize and a consultant or specialist technician required to be in Belize. If you are eligible for entry, you must have approval from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and you will need to quarantine for at least 14 days at your own expense.

    *****

    Internal restrictions:

    The Government of Belize has announced a nationwide State of Emergency. Ambergris Caye is in complete lockdown. This went into effect at midnight on Friday 7 August. On 14 August the Prime Minister announced that the State of Emergency for Belize would be extended to 28 days, from an initial 14. The wearing of masks and social distancing remains mandatory at all times. The statutory instruments that set out the requirements in Belize can be found here [https://www.pressoffice.gov.bz/statutory-instruments/]. The Belize authorities will be strictly enforcing the state of emergency, including social distancing, the mandatory wearing of masks and other such rules. Public transport, public services and commercial companies will held accountable for ensuring customers adhere to the law. Anyone (or organisation) who violates these may be liable for fines and imprisonment for up to one year. Anyone caught entering Belize illegally will face a large fine or imprisonment for up to one year. Anyone caught with contraband goods from those who entered Belize illegally will also face a large fine or imprisonment for up to one year.
    The state of emergency Statutory Instrument enforces [https://www.pressoffice.gov.bz/statutory-instruments/]:
    **Nationwide except Ambergris Caye: Curfew of 9pm to 5am every day. Curfew for unaccompanied minors from 6pm to 5am everyday unless accompanied by a parent or guardian. Gatherings of more than 10 persons are prohibited. No private parties with people outside your household. Pubs, bars, nightclubs, discotheques, rum shops, casinos and gaming establishments are closed. Restaurants can open for delivery, take away or drive through only. Gymnasiums are closed. No competitive sporting events or recreational contact sports. Walking, running and cycling is allowed as long as social distancing protocols imposed. No church services or other services of worship. No social events. Spas, beauty salons and barbershops are allowed to operate with appointment only subject to social distance protocols. All businesses to close by 8pm every day. No owner or manager of a business, office or establishment to allow any person to enter that business, office or establishment without wearing a face mask. ** Ambergris Caye: The state of emergency Statutory Instrument enforces [https://www.pressoffice.gov.bz/statutory-instruments/]: No person shall enter or exit Ambergris Caye during the state of emergency; Curfew of 8pm to 5am everyday. Curfew for unaccompanied minors from 6pm to 5am everyday unless accompanied by a parent or guardian; Gatherings of more than 10 persons are prohibited; All non essential businesses are closed including all construction works; Restaurants can open for delivery, take away or drive through only.
    The wearing of face masks and social distancing is mandatory at all times. Public transport and public services have resumed and commercial businesses are open (with a maximum of 10 people). This includes shops, hotels, and restaurants. Protocols have been put in place to adhere to social distancing and hand sanitising on entry. Please follow the guidance at each location.

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    28.08.2020
  • Belize *****

    International restrictions:

    Commercial flights to and from Belize remain very limited. Entry to Belize is prohibited except for Belize nationals and permanent residents, foreign diplomats accredited to Belize, a holder of a valid work permit, a business person with investments in Belize and a consultant or specialist technician required to be in Belize. If you are eligible for entry, you must have approval from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and you will need to quarantine for at least 14 days at your own expense. If you are eligible for entry, you must have approval from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs by completing an application [https://repatriation.covid19.bz/Forms/Landing] and you will need to quarantine for at least 14 days at your own expense. Details of the new protocols for visitors are available from the Belize Tourism Board [https://www.belizetourismboard.org/].

    *****

    Internal restrictions:

    The Government of Belize has announced a nationwide State of Emergency. Ambergris Caye, and Orange Walk villages: Santa Martha; Shipyard and Guinea Grass are in complete lockdown. This went into effect at midnight on Friday 7 August. On 14 August the Prime Minister announced that the State of Emergency for Belize would be extended to 28 days, from an initial 14. The wearing of masks and social distancing remains mandatory at all times. The statutory instruments that set out the requirements in Belize can be found here [https://www.pressoffice.gov.bz/statutory-instruments/]. The Belize authorities will be strictly enforcing the state of emergency, including social distancing, the mandatory wearing of masks and other such rules. Public transport, public services and commercial companies will held accountable for ensuring customers adhere to the law. Anyone (or organisation) who violates these may be liable for fines and imprisonment for up to one year. Anyone caught entering Belize illegally will face a large fine or imprisonment for up to one year. Anyone caught with contraband goods from those who entered Belize illegally will also face a large fine or imprisonment for up to one year.
    **Nationwide except Ambergris Caye, and Orange Walk villages: Santa Martha; Shipyard and Guinea Grass: The state of emergency Statutory Instrument enforces: Curfew of 9pm to 5am every day. Curfew for unaccompanied minors from 6pm to 5am everyday unless accompanied by a parent or guardian; Gatherings of more than 10 persons are prohibited; No private parties with people outside your household; Pubs, bars, nightclubs, discotheques, rum shops, casinos and gaming establishments are closed; Restaurants can open for delivery, take away or drive through only; Gymnasiums are closed; No competitive sporting events or recreational contact sports; Walking, running and cycling is allowed as long as social distancing protocols imposed; No church services or other services of worship; No social events; Spas, beauty salons and barbershops are allowed to operate with appointment only subject to social distance protocols; All businesses to close by 8pm every day; No owner or manager of a business, office or establishment to allow any person to enter that business, office or establishment without wearing a face mask.
    **Ambergris Caye, and Orange Walk villages: Santa Martha; Shipyard and Guinea Grass: The state of emergency Statutory Instrument enforces: No person shall enter or exit Ambergris Caye and Orange Walk villages: Santa Martha; Shipyard and Guinea Grass during the state of emergency; Curfew of 8pm to 5am everyday. Curfew for unaccompanied minors from 6pm to 5am everyday unless accompanied by a parent or guardian; Gatherings of more than 10 persons are prohibited; All non essential businesses are closed including all construction works; Restaurants can open for delivery, take away or drive through only.
    The wearing of face masks and social distancing is mandatory at all times. Public transport and public services have resumed and commercial businesses are open (with a maximum of 10 people). This includes shops, hotels, and restaurants. Protocols have been put in place to adhere to social distancing and hand sanitising on entry. Please follow the guidance at each location.

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    24.08.2020
  • Belize *****

    International restrictions:

    Commercial flights to and from Belize remain very limited. On 5 August the Belize Government announced that the Philip Goldson International airport will not reopen on 15 August as previously planned.
    Before boarding a flight for Belize, a passenger must download the “Belize Health App” from the link – https://www.travelbelize.org/health-safety (See Alert Sources list) to create a unique QR code required for contact tracing. Entry to Belize is prohibited except for Belize nationals and permanent residents, and foreign diplomats accredited to Belize. If you are eligible for entry, you must have approval from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and you will need to quarantine for at least 14 days at your own expense.The Government of Belize has closed all borders including suspending all international flights to the Philip Goldson International Airport (Belize City). Details of the new protocols for visitors are available from the Belize Tourism Board [https://www.belizetourismboard.org/].

    *****

    Internal restrictions:

    he Government of Belize has announced a nationwide State of Emergency. Ambergris Caye, and Orange Walk villages: Santa Martha; Shipyard and Guinea Grass are in complete lockdown. This went into effect at midnight on Friday 7 August. On 14 August the Prime Minister announced that the State of Emergency for Belize would be extended to 28 days, from an initial 14. The wearing of masks and social distancing remains mandatory at all times. The statutory instruments that set out the requirements in Belize can be found here [https://www.pressoffice.gov.bz/statutory-instruments/]. The Belize authorities will be strictly enforcing the state of emergency, including social distancing, the mandatory wearing of masks and other such rules. Public transport, public services and commercial companies will held accountable for ensuring customers adhere to the law. Anyone (or organisation) who violates these may be liable for fines and imprisonment for up to one year. Anyone caught entering Belize illegally will face a large fine or imprisonment for up to one year. Anyone caught with contraband goods from those who entered Belize illegally will also face a large fine or imprisonment for up to one year. Nationwide except Ambergris Caye, and Orange Walk villages: Santa Martha; Shipyard and Guinea Grass. The state of emergency Statutory Instrument [https://www.pressoffice.gov.bz/statutory-instruments/]. Curfew of Sunday to Thursday 8pm to 5am and Friday to Saturday 10am to 5am. Gatherings of more than 10 persons are prohibited. Pubs, bars, nightclubs, discotheques, rum shops, casinos and gaming establishments are closed. All restaurants allowing in-dinning must maintain 6 feet between tables. No competitive sporting events or recreational contact sports. All businesses to close by 7pm Sunday to Thursday and by 9pm Friday to Saturday. No owner or manager of a business, office or establishment to allow any person to enter that business, office or establishment without wearing a face mask.
    Ambergris Caye, and Orange Walk villages: Santa Martha; Shipyard and Guinea Grass. The state of emergency Statutory Instrument [https://www.pressoffice.gov.bz/statutory-instruments/]. No person shall enter or exit Ambergris Caye and Orange Walk villages: Santa Martha; Shipyard and Guinea Grass during the state of emergency; Curfew of 8pm to 5am everyday. Curfew for unaccompanied minors from 6pm to 5am everyday unless accompanied by a parent or guardian; Gatherings of more than 10 persons are prohibited; All non essential businesses are closed including all construction works; Restaurants can open for delivery, take out or drive through only.
    The wearing of face masks and social distancing is mandatory at all times. Public transport and public services have resumed and commercial businesses are open (with a maximum of 25 people). This includes shops, hotels, and restaurants. Protocols have been put in place to adhere to social distancing and hand sanitising on entry. Please follow the guidance at each location.

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    19.08.2020
  • Belize *****

    International restrictions:

    Commercial flights to and from Belize remain very limited. The date for reopening Philip Goldson International airport has been postponed until at least September 3.
    Entry to Belize is prohibited except for Belize nationals and permanent residents, and foreign diplomats accredited to Belize. If you are eligible for entry, you must have approval from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and you will need to quarantine for at least 14 days at your own expense.

    *****

    Internal restrictions:

    The Government of Belize has announced a nationwide State of Emergency. Ambergris Caye, and Orange Walk villages: Santa Martha; Shipyard and Guinea Grass are in complete lockdown. This went into effect at midnight on Friday 7 August for 14 days in the first instance. The wearing of masks and social distancing remains mandatory at all times. The Belize authorities will be strictly enforcing the state of emergency, including social distancing, the mandatory wearing of masks and other such rules. Public transport, public services and commercial companies will held accountable for ensuring customers adhere to the law. Anyone (or organisation) who violates these may be liable for fines and imprisonment for up to one year. Anyone caught entering Belize illegally will face a large fine or imprisonment for up to one year. Anyone caught with contraband goods from those who entered Belize illegally will also face a large fine or imprisonment for up to one year.
    **Nationwide except Ambergris Caye, and Orange Walk villages: Santa Martha; Shipyard and Guinea Grass: The state of emergency Statutory Instrument enforces: Curfew from Sunday to Thursday 10pm to 5am and Friday to Saturday 12am to 5am. Gatherings of more than 25 persons are prohibited. Pubs, bars, nightclubs, discotheques and rum shops are closed.
    **Ambergris Caye, and Orange Walk villages: Santa Martha; Shipyard and Guinea Grass: The state of emergency Statutory Instrument enforces: No person shall enter or exit Ambergris Caye and Orange Walk villages: Santa Martha; Shipyard and Guinea Grass during the state of emergency. Curfew from 8pm to 5am everyday. Curfew for children under sixteen from 6pm to 5am everyday unless accompanied by a parent or guardian. Gatherings of more than 10 persons are prohibited. All non essential businesses are closed including all construction works. Restaurants can open for delivery, take out or drive through only. The wearing of face masks and social distancing is mandatory at all times. Public transport and public services have resumed and commercial businesses are open (with a maximum of 25 people). This includes shops, hotels, and restaurants. Protocols have been put in place to adhere to social distancing and hand sanitising on entry. Please follow the guidance at each location.

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    13.08.2020
  • Belize *****

    International restrictions:

    Commercial flights to and from Belize remain very limited. The date for reopening Philip Goldson International airport has been postponed until at least September 3.
    On 5 June the Belize Government announced a controlled repatriation programme for Belize nationals, permanent residents and foreign diplomats accredited to Belize. If you are eligible for entry, you must have approval from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs by completing an application [http://repatriation.covid19.bz/Forms/Landing] and you will need to quarantine for at least 14 days at your own expense.

    *****

    Internal restrictions:

    The Government of Belize has announced a nationwide State of Emergency. Ambergris Caye, and Orange Walk villages: Santa Martha; Shipyard and Guinea Grass are in complete lockdown. This went into effect at midnight on Friday 7 August for 14 days in the first instance. The wearing of masks and social distancing remains mandatory at all times. The statutory instruments that set out the requirements in Belize can be found here. The Belize authorities will be strictly enforcing the state of emergency, including social distancing, the mandatory wearing of masks and other such rules. Public transport, public services and commercial companies will held accountable for ensuring customers adhere to the law. Anyone (or organisation) who violates these may be liable for fines and imprisonment for up to one year. Anyone caught entering Belize illegally will face a large fine or imprisonment for up to one year. Anyone caught with contraband goods from those who entered Belize illegally will also face a large fine or imprisonment for up to one year.
    **Nationwide except Ambergris Caye, and Orange Walk villages: Santa Martha; Shipyard and Guinea Grass: The state of emergency Statutory Instrument enforces: Curfew from Sunday to Thursday 10pm to 5am and Friday to Saturday 12am to 5am. Gatherings of more than 25 persons are prohibited. Pubs, bars, nightclubs, discotheques and rum shops are closed. **Ambergris Caye, and Orange Walk villages: Santa Martha; Shipyard and Guinea Grass: The state of emergency Statutory Instrument enforces: No person shall enter or exit Ambergris Caye and Orange Walk villages: Santa Martha; Shipyard and Guinea Grass during the state of emergency. Curfew from 8pm to 5am everyday. Curfew for children under sixteen from 6pm to 5am everyday unless accompanied by a parent or guardian. Gatherings of more than 10 persons are prohibited. All non essential businesses are closed including all construction works. Restaurants can open for delivery, take out or drive through only. The wearing of face masks and social distancing is mandatory at all times. Public transport and public services have resumed and commercial businesses are open (with a maximum of 25 people). This includes shops, hotels, and restaurants. Protocols have been put in place to adhere to social distancing and hand sanitising on entry. Please follow the guidance at each location.

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    10.08.2020
  • Belize *****

    International restrictions:

    Commercial flights to and from Belize remain very limited. On 5 August the Belize Government announced that the Philip Goldson International airport will not reopen on 15 August as previously planned.
    On 5 June the Belize Government announced a controlled repatriation programme for Belize nationals, permanent residents and foreign diplomats accredited to Belize. If you are eligible for entry, you must have approval from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs by completing an application [http://repatriation.covid19.bz/Forms/Landing] and you will need to quarantine for at least 14 days at your own expense.

    *****

    Internal restrictions:

    The Government of Belize has announced a nationwide State of Emergency. Ambergris Caye, and Orange Walk villages: Santa Martha; Shipyard and Guinea Grass are in complete lockdown. This went into effect at midnight on Friday 7 August for 14 days in the first instance. The wearing of masks and social distancing remains mandatory at all times. The statutory instruments that set out the requirements in Belize can be found here. The Belize authorities will be strictly enforcing the state of emergency, including social distancing, the mandatory wearing of masks and other such rules. Public transport, public services and commercial companies will held accountable for ensuring customers adhere to the law. Anyone (or organisation) who violates these may be liable for fines and imprisonment for up to one year. Anyone caught entering Belize illegally will face a large fine or imprisonment for up to one year. Anyone caught with contraband goods from those who entered Belize illegally will also face a large fine or imprisonment for up to one year.
    **Nationwide except Ambergris Caye, and Orange Walk villages: Santa Martha; Shipyard and Guinea Grass: The state of emergency Statutory Instrument enforces: Curfew from Sunday to Thursday 10pm to 5am and Friday to Saturday 12am to 5am. Gatherings of more than 25 persons are prohibited. Pubs, bars, nightclubs, discotheques and rum shops are closed. **Ambergris Caye, and Orange Walk villages: Santa Martha; Shipyard and Guinea Grass: The state of emergency Statutory Instrument enforces: No person shall enter or exit Ambergris Caye and Orange Walk villages: Santa Martha; Shipyard and Guinea Grass during the state of emergency. Curfew from 8pm to 5am everyday. Curfew for children under sixteen from 6pm to 5am everyday unless accompanied by a parent or guardian. Gatherings of more than 10 persons are prohibited. All non essential businesses are closed including all construction works. Restaurants can open for delivery, take out or drive through only. The wearing of face masks and social distancing is mandatory at all times. Public transport and public services have resumed and commercial businesses are open (with a maximum of 25 people). This includes shops, hotels, and restaurants. Protocols have been put in place to adhere to social distancing and hand sanitising on entry. Please follow the guidance at each location.

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    07.08.2020
  • Belize *****

    International restrictions:

    Commercial flights to and from Belize remain very limited. Belize’s international airport will reopen 15 August allowing passengers who prove they have tested negative for Covid-19 to enter the country via a “fast track” lane. Visitors will be asked to download a Belize Health App and complete the required information before departure. Visitors will receive QR codes with unique ID numbers, which will be used for contact tracing during their stay. Visitors will be encouraged to take a Covid-19 test before departure; those who have tested negative for Covid-19 within 72 hours of arrival will be allowed immediate entry with no quarantine. Until this date, and since 23 March, the Government of Belize closed all borders including suspending all international flights to the Philip Goldson International Airport (Belize City). A State of Emergency of 30 days restricting travel and implementing additional social distancing measures was partially lifted. Although certain restrictions were lifted after the 30 days many restrictions still remain in place. Borders are currently closed for non-essential services including travel. It is uncertain of when commercial flights will be available out and into Belize.

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    Internal restrictions:

    The countrywide State of Emergency ended on 1 July, however the mandatory wearing of masks and social distancing at all times remains. The statutory instruments that set out the requirements in Belize can be found here [https://www.pressoffice.gov.bz/statutory-instruments/]. The wearing of face masks and social distancing is mandatory. Public transport and public services have resumed and commercial businesses are open. This includes shops, hotels, and restaurants. Protocols have been put in place to adhere to social distancing and hand sanitising on entry. Please follow the guidance at each location.

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    29.07.2020
  • Belize Government to relax curfew; state of emergency to end 30 June (Breaking Belize News, 11.06.2020)

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    International restrictions:

    Commercial flights to and from Belize remain very limited. Belize’s international airport will reopen 15 Aug allowing passengers who prove they have tested negative for Covid-19 to enter the country via a “fast track” lane. Visitors will be asked to download a Belize Health App and complete the required information before departure. Visitors will receive QR codes with unique ID numbers, which will be used for contact tracing during their stay. Visitors will be encouraged to take a Covid-19 test before departure; those who have tested negative for Covid-19 within 72 hours of arrival will be allowed immediate entry with no quarantine. Until this date, and since 23 March, the Government of Belize closed all borders including suspending all international flights to the Philip Goldson International Airport (Belize City). A State of Emergency of 30 days restricting travel and implementing additional social distancing measures was partially lifted. Although certain restrictions were lifted after the 30 days many restrictions still remain in place. Borders are currently closed for non-essential services including travel. It is uncertain of when commercial flights will be available out and into Belize.

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    Internal restrictions:

    The countrywide State of Emergency ended on 1 July, however the mandatory wearing of masks and social distancing at all times remains. The statutory instruments that set out the requirements in Belize can be found here [https://www.pressoffice.gov.bz/statutory-instruments/]. The wearing of face masks and social distancing is mandatory. Public transport and public services have resumed and commercial businesses are open. This includes shops, hotels, and restaurants. Protocols have been put in place to adhere to social distancing and hand sanitising on entry. Please follow the guidance at each location.

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    10.07.2020
  • Belize Government to relax curfew; state of emergency to end 30 June (Breaking Belize News, 11.06.2020)

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    International restrictions:

    With effect from 23 March, the Government of Belize closed all borders including suspending all international flights to the Philip Goldson International Airport (Belize City). A State of Emergency of 30 days restricting travel and implementing additional social distancing measures was partially lifted. Although certain restrictions were lifted after the 30 days many restrictions still remain in place. Borders are currently closed for non-essential services including travel. It is uncertain of when commercial flights will be available out and into Belize.

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    Internal restrictions:

    There is a nationwide state of emergency in place that went into effect at midnight on Wednesday 1 April including a curfew from 8pm to 5am Sunday to Thursday and 9pm to 5am Friday and Saturday. Belize has started to relax it’s restriction under the state of emergency including allowing access to beach, swimming in the sea and public rivers, and the opening of hotels and restaurants. Masks and social distancing remain mandatory. The Belize authorities will be strictly enforcing the state of emergency, physical distancing, quarantining on arrival and other such rules. Anyone who violates these may be liable for fines and imprisonment for up to one year.

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    26.06.2020
  • Belize Airports in Belize are closed.
    – This does not apply to nationals of Belize.
    – This does not apply to passengers residing in Belize.

    International restrictions:

    All borders are closed. Belizean nationals, residents and diplomats residing in the country will be granted entry through the Santa Elena border crossing with Mexico. Belize closed to international flights. Land, air and sea transportation will resume in the country only for essential workers and purposes. Government offices will reopen, additional businesses shutdown will be able to operate during certain hours, and the special Sunday quarantine has been lifted. Masks must be worn by all travellers.

    Internal restrictions:

    The Philip S. W. Goldson International Airport opened limited domestic flights on 11 May. A curfew from 20.00 to 05.00 remains in place, enforced by the security forces. The country remains in lockdown and a state of emergency has been extended until at least 30 June. On 14 May, some restrictions were lifted. Cross-district travel is allowed, domestic travel permitted, hotels reopened. Open-air restaurants will reopen on 15 May. All businesses must follow sanitary measures and social distancing.

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    05.06.2020
  • Belize

    International restrictions:

    All borders are closed. Belizean nationals, residents and diplomats residing in the country will be granted entry through the Santa Elena border crossing with Mexico. Belize closed to international flights. Land, air and sea transportation will resume in the country only for essential workers and purposes. Government offices will reopen, additional businesses shutdown will be able to operate during certain hours, and the special Sunday quarantine has been lifted. Masks must be worn by all travellers.

    Internal restrictions:

    The Philip S. W. Goldson International Airport opened limited domestic flights on 11 May. A curfew from 20.00 to 05.00 remains in place, enforced by the security forces. The country remains in lockdown and a state of emergency has been extended until at least 30 June. On 14 May, some restrictions were lifted. Cross-district travel is allowed, domestic travel permitted, hotels reopened. Open-air restaurants will reopen on 15 May. All businesses must follow sanitary measures and social distancing.

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    25.05.2020
  • Belize

    International restrictions:

    All borders are closed. Belizean nationals, residents and diplomats residing in the country will be granted entry through the Santa Elena border crossing with Mexico. Belize closed to international flights. Land, air and sea transportation will resume in the country only for essential workers and purposes. Government offices will reopen, additional businesses shutdown will be able to operate during certain hours, and the special Sunday quarantine has been lifted. Masks must be worn by all

    Internal restrictions:

    On 14 May, some restrictions were lifted. Cross-district travel is allowed, domestic travel permitted, hotels reopened. Open-air restaurants will reopen on 15 May. All businesses must follow sanitary measures and social distancing.

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    15.05.2020
  • Belize ll airports in Belize are closed.

    International restrictions:

    All borders were closed on 21 March for a period of 30 days. Belizean nationals, residents and diplomats residing in the country will be granted entry through the Santa Elena border crossing with Mexico.

    Internal restrictions:

    Internal restrictions:

    A curfew from 20.00 to 05.00 remains in place, enforced by the security forces.
    The country remains in lockdown and a state of emergency has been extended until at least 30 June.

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    10.05.2020
  • Source Foreign travel advice, Gov.UK
    US State Dept. COVID-19 Country Specific Information
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