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Status Updates 3/24/20

Posted by Andrew Ho on March 31, 2020 at 2:15 PM

Countries updated in this post: Guatemala, Nicaragua, Colombia

32420 updates

Guatemala | Nicaragua | Colombia



Port: Puerto Quetzal
Risk Level: Yellow
Status: Open, with restrictions
Due to a national curfew from 4pm to 4am, ports are only operating until 2pm. Some shipping lines report lack of space with some vessels not calling. Congestion is expected in the coming weeks. Most couriers work, though with limited hours.



Port: Corinto
Risk Level: Green
Status: Open
Nicaragua has yet to take any restrictive measures. Ports are working as normal, though some shipping lines have reported lack of space with some vessels not calling. Couriers are working normally.




Port: Cartagena
Risk Level: Yellow
Status: Open
Colombia announced a quarantine for 19 days starting on 3/25. Essential services are exempt including ports, agricultural supply chains, and cargo transportation.


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Topics: Central America, Colombia, Guatemala, Nicaragua, COVID-19, Risk: Green, South America, Risk: Yellow