The following now apply over the next 21 days, commencing Friday 29th January 2021 until Friday, February 19, 2021:
I. Curfew hours commence at 8:00 pm on 29 January 2021, until 5:00 am daily thereafter, or until Friday, February 19, when it may return to a later hour each night.
II. All bars are closed commencing Friday night, January 29, 2021, at 8:00 pm, until Friday, February 19, when they may be allowed to re-open.
III. Restaurants may serve take-out only commencing Friday night, up until 8:00 pm, on January 29, 2021, and close each night thereafter at 8:00 pm, until February 19, 2021.
IV. Churches can continue to hold regular services under the conditions agreed-to with the Chief Health Inspector.
V. Funerals may have only 25 mourners, in the church and at the cemetery. No wakes or after-funeral gatherings are allowed. No selling of beverages on the outside of the cemetery; no clustering is allowed. Official funerals are treated as a regular church service; social distancing is to be enforced at the cemetery afterwards among mourners.
VI. Weddings are also limited to 25 persons, and there are to be no receptions following the wedding ceremony.
VII. All recreational football and recreational basketball are to be discontinued immediately, until February 19, 2021.
VIII. The Super 50 Cricket Games, scheduled over the next several weeks, will not be allowed to have spectators.
IX. Enforcement of the Protocols will be enforced more stringently.
X. The pilot project, testing the tracking bracelet, is completed; consequently, arriving passengers placed in the quarantine centers may be required to wear them. Those allowed to stay in their homes shall have the bracelets deployed on their arms.
XI. Passengers who knowingly rely on false declarations of Covid-19 certificates will be fined and/or confined.
The Ministers and officials will expand on these expanded rules, intended to contain the community spread which other Caribbean countries have experienced.