7 May 2020
The Cabinet of Antigua and Barbuda amended the enacted curfew regulations and guidelines to curb the spread of the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) in Antigua and Barbuda.
The Cabinet has added the following businesses to conduct business during the 6:00 AM to 6:00 PM period with strict adherence to the social distancing protocols:
- Trade Unions
- Undertakers/Funeral Parlous
- Accounts Offices
In addition, with effect from May 11th, Money Services Businesses, Hairdressers and barbershops will be permitted to open from 6:00 AM to 6:00 PM under the following conditions:
All Money Services Businesses conducting money transfers pursuant to a Class A licence issued by the Financial Services Regulatory Commission.
Hairdressing salons and barbershops are permitted to operate from Monday 11th May, under the following conditions:
- The business operates under strict guidelines established by the Ministry of Health and the Central Board of Health
- Copies of the guidelines must be displayed inside the work area in full view of patrons. Must be placed on the entry door of hairdressing salons and barbershops.
See below the published regulations and guidance for the 24-Hour curfew in effect in Antigua and Barbuda until May 14, 2020. All previous regulations remain in place.Essential-Services-Statement-May-07-2020-24-Hrs-Lockdown-Continues