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Puerto Rico reopens beaches, relaxes other Covid-mitigation rules

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The new Governor of Puerto Rico has relaxed some of the Covid-mitigation rules effective January 8, 2021:


  • Beaches are now open for lounging, in addition to exercising, swimming, watersports, etc. No alcohol consumption allowed on the beach, though. Unrelated groups must keep distance between each other.
  • Marinas can reopen for private boating. Nautical tourism, sports and commercial fishing have been open for a while now.
  • Golf, tennis and other outdoor sports are open.
  • All sightseeing tour options are open except for the interior of the San Juan National Historic Site forts.
  • Restaurants and retail are open at 30% capacity indoors, and 100% capacity outdoors.
  • Curfew shortened, now from 11:00 PM to 5:00 AM. 
  • Can't wait for cruising to restart to go to the Caribbean? The weather is great, the prices are low and Puerto Rico is safe. Come on down!
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