Coronavirus (COVID-19) travel restrictions in Guatemala – updated 16 September, 2020
Travel to Guatemala
Commercial flights are suspended until 18 September, when Guatemala’s Aurora international airport may reopen. Inbound travelers must obtain a negative COVID-19 test no older than 72 hours upon entry, or will be subject to 14 days quarantine.
Until commercial flights resume, only Guatemalan nationals, citizens, residents and diplomats are allowed to enter, and anyone eligible should self-isolate for 15 days after arrival.
What to expect in Guatemala
The State of Calamity has been extended until 5 October. Modified restrictions of movement have been applied to departments depending on the level of COVID-19 risk. Areas are color-coded according to the number of cases: red (highest), amber (high), yellow (moderate) and green (low). Check Guatemala’s COVID-19 government website to see how restrictions apply to each region.
Social distancing of at least 1.5 meters is in place, and people must wear a face mask in all public spaces.