The health crisis linked to COVID-19 not being what it was 3 months ago, President Jovenel Moïse, announced the decision to revise the restrictive measures that were adopted.
Some measures have been completely revised and others are no longer in order to facilitate the gradual resumption of economic activities in the country.
Toussaint Louverture International Airport and the 4 border points between Haiti and the Dominican Republic will be reopened from June 30. Textile factories are allowed to operate at full capacity from July 6. Barrier measures will always be maintained in these areas since the coronavirus is still in the country, he stressed.
Also according to the head of state, the curfew is maintained but between midnight and 4 am. Discussions are underway to determine the best date for the reopening of schools and churches. The government is in consultation with those concerned and the population will be informed of the latest decision shortly. With these new provisions, the country is approaching a return to normalcy, he added.Continue reading.