Grenada has two additional confirmed cases, bringing the total of confirmed cases to 12. However, one confirmed case left the country, dropping the total to 11 confirmed cases of COVID-19 currently within its borders.
State of Emergency
The Grenadian Prime Minister announced a 21-day limited state of emergency that went into effect at 6 p.m. March 25, and Grenada further increased it to a 24-hour-per-day curfew lasting from 7 p.m. March 30 to 7 p.m. April 6. This means everyone in Grenada, with few exceptions, are confined to their place of residence for that period. The government enacted numerous other regulations under the state of emergency, including canceling all gatherings and social events, giving expanded authority to police and emergency responders, and closing almost all businesses except for grocery stores, which are only open for reduced hours. Emergency operations and access to medical care will continue.
For more details, go here: https://www.nowgrenada.com/2020/03/address-by-minister-for-health-hon-nickolas-steele/
This curfew applies to everyone in Grenada, including U.S. citizens. Under these regulations, the police have the authority to arrest, fine, and imprison those who break the regulations.
Entry and Exit Requirements:
The Government of Grenada has stopped all routine commercial passenger airline traffic to and from Grenada. Ports are closed for disembarkation for all cruise ships and pleasure craft.