March 17

In an effort to curb the arrival of the Coronavirus in the Guadeloupe Islands, all international passenger flights to Pointe-à-Pître will be suspended starting Wednesday, March 18, 2020 for a 30-day period.

In addition to the suspension of international flights, all passenger flights connecting mainland France to the Guadeloupe Islands will also be suspended for the same period of time starting March 22, 2020. Lastly, passengers of Italian ship COSTA FAVOLOSA will be disembarking in Pointe-à-Pître tomorrow March 18 and returned home on sanitary flights, while passengers who are Guadeloupe residents will be tested for COVID-19 and confined. COSTA FAVOLOSA will be the last cruise ship to dock in Guadeloupe this season.

All people arriving in The Guadeloupe Islands will be subject to the restrictions and confinement measures that have been recently imposed by the French Government.

There are now 18 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the Guadeloupe Islands, three of whom are currently hospitalized according to Guadeloupe Regional Health Agency (ARS)

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