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Status Updates 4/16/20

Posted by Andrew Ho on April 16, 2020 at 8:25 AM

Countries updated in this post: Honduras




Ports/Warehouses: Marcala
Risk Level: Yellow
Status: Restricted Access
Checkpoints and homemade barricades that have been set up by community members and local authorities to keep outsiders away are now allowing select traffic to pass. This is a positive shift from last week. Permits are now being offered to "known entities," like representatives of local coffee cooperatives, allowing coffee to flow once again.

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Topics: Central America, Honduras, COVID-19, Risk: Yellow