October 1st Regulations

Proof of vaccination at government office, public medical institutions.

The New S.I. provides an ammended that now prohibits the use of neck gaiters (commonly known as buffs) fishing face masks, ski masks, any closed tube of fabric or other similar face, neck or head covering that resembles any of the aforementioned types of masks or which is designed to expose only part of the face.

As of October 1st, 2021, any person wishing to enter a public medical institution, government office or the office of a statutory body must present proof of immunization (vaccination).

This also applies to persons who work at the establishment. Unimmunized persons who are employees will be required to present a negative COVID test every two weeks.

Un-immunized persons visiting for an appointment must present a negative COVID test taken not more than two weeks prior. Persons working in these establishments who fail to comply will not be allowed to enter for work. They will be deemed absent and will be subject to disciplinary actions.

These regulations apply to court houses, police, stations and prison. Persons caught in breach of these regulations will be issued a violation ticket.


The San Pedro Town Council would like to inform the general public that we will be in compliance with the Government of Belize's new Covid-19 regulations as stipulated in the PUBLIC HEALTH (PREVENTION OF THE SPREAD OF INFECTIOUS DISEASE) (COVID-19) (AMENDMENT) (NO. 9) REGULATIONS, 2021 announced on September 30th, 2021.

As of October 1st, 2021, all persons who wish to access the San Pedro Town Council to conduct any in-person services or follow up on general inquires must provide the following:

1. vaccination card or Negative PCR Test
2. Valid photo ID
3. Approved form of face mask (No neck gaiters/buffs)

The San Pedro Town Council is committed to the health and safety of our customers and staff, and to providing a safe environment for all. We continue to encourage all those who have yet to receive the vaccination to please do so for the continued safety of our community during this time.