On March 19 Haiti announced the closure of all its land, sea and air borders to travelers.
Quarantine restrictions of 14 days have been introduced for travelers from affected countries.
From 20 March, a curfew between 8pm and 5am is in place. There is a ban on all events/meetings of more than 10 people.
On 5 March, 2020, the U.S. Department of State raised its level of advice to Level 4 "Do not travel" due to crime, civil unrest and kidnapping in Haiti.
It is important you follow the advice of your government when booking or planning a trip.
For travelers who are not from the United States, check your government's travel advisory for information that is most relevant to you.
Here are a number of travel safety tips for anyone who is in Haiti:
Several government travel advisories are warning travelers against travel to Haiti due to the deteriorating security situation, and have advised their citizens who may be in the country to depart Haiti immediately.
Violent protests have occurred in the capital, Port Au Haiti, and other towns since 7 February, 2019, as locals demand the resignation of the country's president and prime minister. Violent crime such as armed robbery has escalated and there are roadblocks in place across the country.
Medical and consular services may be limited or nonexistent. The main hospital in Port Au Prince is experiencing difficulties receiving supplies and staffing is limited due to the ongoing violence.
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