If the curfew started at 9pm or 10pm, the restaurants could stay open until 8pm. Discotecas and bars were already in trouble and not allowed to open. I don't see how this changes much for them(?).Why do you say that they have up until 8 p.m. to make money. now the Discotecas are in trouble
Here's info on the curfew. Only 20 days this time (hopefully). Most are under curfew Monday-Friday 7 pm to 5 am and Saturday-Sunday 5 pm to 5 am.
Look at Page 2 above - Article 8
In the past, proof of your airline arrival was sufficient as well as proof of where you are goingThat is an excellent question. Maybe someone knows?
Or will late night arrival fights be cancelled because of the curfew?
Hundreds of people will likely need the same type of permission to move about for such late arriving flights.
Sounds like one of those unthought of problems where a curfew and keeping tourism open have possible unintended consequences.
Thanks for pointing this out, it is post #20 on the first page of this thread and, as William says, article 4:8 on the second page. I guess it might help taxi drivers and passengers to be able to quote that if questioned or stopped.Look at Page 2 above - Article 8
Arriving or departing International passengers are exempt
International passengers and operators of private or commercial vehicles that are transferring them, as well as duly identified employees of the maritime and air transport sector, in transit or from ports and airports.
Or they can take a taxi home according to the exemptions for travel during the curfew.Travel after curfew certainly will be challenge. What about waiting until the morning. Stay somewhere close to airport. But apart from that we can travel during the day right. For instance SD to Samana?