Anguilla’s borders to remain closed until Oct. 31 with some exceptions | THE DAILY HERALD

ANGUILLA–A release from Governor Tim Foy and Premier Ellis Webster notes that the Executive Council has ordered Anguilla’s borders for regular passenger movements to be closed until at least October 31.

Certain categories are exempt from these regulations, including medical emergencies and evacuations with the approval of the Chief Medical Officer; persons wishing to leave Anguilla; repatriation of Anguillians from countries and territories with active cases numbering less than 0.2 per cent of the population; and as of July 31, visitors from countries with active cases less than 0.2 per cent of the population, who must comply with all relevant protocols and quarantine rules.Based on the rapidly evolving COVID-19 situation globally, particularly in view of the significant increases in the Americas, the Executive Council has extended the suspension of repatriation from countries with an active caseload per capita of more than 0.2 per cent.

This will remain in place until at least August 7.

Source: The Daily Herald