In Puerto Rico, will resume receiving foreign tourists as of 15 July
Government of Puerto Rico plans to resume receiving foreign tourists as of 15 July, according to Lonely Planet.
The Ministry of tourism of the country has developed standards of safety and occupational health should be aware of travel companies and travellers.
Arriving passengers at the airport will have to undergo thermometry. While guests are required to undergo a two week quarantine, but the government promises to soon withdraw the measure. In addition, insulation is not required for those who provide a negative test result for coronavirus.
Hotels in Puerto Rico during a pandemic remained open, although the number of visitors in the common areas – pools, bars, restaurants and shops – has been reduced by 50 percent. This has allowed customers to comply with social distance.