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Detailed Restriction/Reopening Information For Venezuela, Bolivarian Republic of
Data Last Updated: October 22, 2020

General Information

Plans to Reopen

The ban on all domestic and international passenger flights is in Venezuela is in  effect through at least Aug. 12. Venezuela has moved the resumption of flights to Sept. 13.

As per the latest update, commercial flights restrictions in Venezuela have been extended until November 12.

Mask Requirement

Mask is required to be worn in all public indoor, public transport and all outdoor areas.

Internal Restrictions/Closures

Authorities in Venezuela will impose the highest level of quarantine restrictions Aug. 17-23, as part of the nation's "7+7" plan to curb the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19).

Under this formula, seven days of flexibility is permitted for businesses and individuals, followed by seven days of full quarantine, on a rotational basis.

When the full quarantine is in effect, only essential businesses and services, such as grocery stores, pharmacies, law enforcement, public utilities, and agriculture, will continue operating.

The phased reopening plan initiated Aug. 10 is likely to continue on a rotational basis following the full quarantine Aug. 24; however, the classification of each state could change at short notice

Some nationwide measures remain in place regardless of which phase of the 7+7 plan is in effect. All residents must wear protective facemasks while riding public transport, inside grocery stores and pharmacies, and at healthcare facilities, airports, and ports. Local and regional governments could impose additional restrictions, including limiting intercity or interstate vehicular travel; enhanced measures are especially likely in border areas.

Airlines & Transport

 All domestic and international passenger flights are suspended until at least Sept. 12. Business and movement restrictions vary by regions, which some under restrictions that only allow essential businesses to operate.

Cargo and humanitarian flights have been exempt from the ban. 

Additionally, all land border crossings remain closed, though there are no restrictions on cargo transportation. Cargo, humanitarian, medevac and repatriation flights have been exempt from the ban.


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Information for Non-Tourists

Repatriation flights for Venezuelan citizens from abroad have been permitted. 

All travelers have to self-quarantine for 14 days after entry. 

172,461

Cases

1,739

Deaths

6,078

Cases Per Million
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