Haiti will reopen all its airports for scheduled international traffic on June 30, the Transport minister said on Friday, after suspending regular commercial flights in March because of the coronavirus outbreak.
Nader Joiseus told a news conference that flights would resume gradually at the airports from the start of June.
André Guy Francois and Tourism Minister Myriam Jean, who joined the news conference,
outlined measures to be taken inside planes, at airports and in hotels to help to ensure the health and safety of foreign tourists.
Travelers from countries with high rates of coronavirus infections, based on World Health Organization (WHO) assessments, need to be tested before coming to Haiti, the ministers said.