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In what seems to be a birth with forceps, the Dominican Republic has reopened to tourism. At times when the Ministry of Public Health declares the Dominican Republic officially under an epidemic, subsector protocols have been issued to enable tourism activities and at the same time reduce the risk of the spread of Covid-19.
This is what is in effect as of 1 July 2020:
There will be temperature checking at the airport. Nevertheless, there are no restrictions for arriving passengers. That is, no PCR or testing certificates are required. There will be no quarantine for arriving passengers, with the exception of those that test positive for fever upon arrival.
The curfew is lifted. Mobility is authorized at all times.
Restaurants are authorized to serve patrons until 10pm, afterwards by takeout or delivery. They are under new protocols.
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