Guatemala now allows travelers to present a negative antigen test for COVID-19 as part of a relaxation of entry requirements. It’s also relaxed entry requirements… Read More »Guatemala Eases Entry Requirements for Travelers
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Guatemala Stories, Information, and Opinion
As the Guatemala airport reopens to international tourists after over six months, Nestor Quixtan looks at the situation and explains why the news is decidedly… Read More »Guatemala Airport Reopens Amid More Political Intrigue (Life is Never Dull in Guatemala)
Any conversation about the prospect of reopening Guatemala and its international airport has to be followed up with the question of whether tourists will even come… Read More »If We Reopen, Will They Come? Guatemala’s Tourism Sector Still Holding Its Breath
With tourism in Guatemala at a standstill after the limited July 27 reopening, Nestor Quixtan wonders whether it’s too soon or too late to know… Read More »Is it Too Soon or Too Late for Tourism in Guatemala?
Guatemala began its slow road back to some semblance of normality this week when its reopening plan got underway. Unfortunately, that plan isn’t yet helping… Read More »As Guatemala “Reopens” Economy, Tourism can only Dream of Better Days Ahead
To open or not to open: The Guatemalan economy eyes up a July 27 reopening plan after four months of strict lockdown. Is this a… Read More »Should the Guatemalan Economy Reopen on July 27 or Not?
Central America’s battered economies cannot take much more indecision, lack of real leadership, lack of imagination, and flip flopping. Countries with zero government help for the… Read More »As COVID Cases Spike, Guatemala’s Economy Hangs in the Balance
As the Guatemala tourism sector dries and and shrivels away during the COVID-19 crisis, economist Nestor Quixtan delivers a brief overview of the situation, where… Read More »Is it too Late to Save Guatemala Tourism?
Guatemalan economist Nestor Quixtan looks at the new coronavirus economy in Central America. The COVID-19 crisis has led governments around the world to take unprecedented… Read More »Central America And The Coronavirus Economy
How a small local restaurant in Guatemala City’s Zona 1 is stepping up to help those affected by the economic crisis in Guatemala caused by… Read More »Crisis Heroes: Feeding The Hungry In Guatemala City During Economic Crisis