Though curfew gone, other COVID restrictions extended until March
While the COVID-19 curfew has been removed, the other strict restrictions to curb the spread of the deadly virus is still intact and has been extended until March 31, 2022.
The extended regulations were approved by President Dr. Irfaan Ali and has been published in the Official Gazette.
Per these regulations, the limitation on private parties, wedding receptions, wakes remains in effect. However, this time around, all swimming pools are permitted to operate at 50 per cent capacity; but all swimmers must be fully vaccinated.
The usage of other bodies of water including creeks and beaches remain in effect.
Further, cinemas, bars, restaurants, casinos and betting shops are, however, allowed to open at a certain capacity. Only fully vaccinated individuals are allowed to be at these places.
Proof of full COVID-19 vaccination continues to be a requirement for individuals to freely access most buildings. This proof is also needed for travellers seeking to enter Guyana by land, water or air.