There are reports of clashes and roadblocks in Honduras, as students and protesters join a general strike. Roadblock are in place and travel can be complicated. There is not much information available at this stage.
- Avoid demonstrations wherever possible
- Try to keep your phone charged
- Check in with friends and family
- Monitor local media
Make sure you have access to contact information for your travel insurance company and your local embassy stored in a secure and accessible location.
#Honduras Demonstration Alert: Major roads are blocked around the country by taxis and buses, particularly roads entering and exiting cities. Private vehicles are generally not being allowed to pass through the road blocks. Avoid the area of demonstrations. pic.twitter.com/eGi8W0pWhr
— Travel – State Dept (@TravelGov) July 20, 2018
— travel.gc.ca (@TravelGoC) July 20, 2018
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