Haiti is suspending flights from Europe, Canada, the Dominican Republic and Latin America for the next two weeks during the coronavirus pandemic, according to Haiti's Prime Minister Joseph Jouthe.
Flights from the United States will still be permitted, "after an agreement with American authorities," Jouthe tweeted Sunday.
The tweet continued:
"All flights departing from Europe, Canada, Dominican Republic and Latin America are prohibited, for the next 2 weeks, from midnight on 3/16/2020. Only flights from the USA are still authorized, after an agreement with the American authorities," the tweet read.
Haiti has not yet recorded any confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus.