Falkland Islands Government
COVID-19: Information and Guidance

03 September 2020 - Escalation on a page

We have published this information to help you understand what the government will do if people become ill with Covid-19 in the Falkland Islands. It has been designed to help you understand what you and your family need to do if the situation escalates. 

14 July - Undertaking quarantine at home

Please call the KEMH on 28000 if you have any questions or if you feel unwell and want further advice. If you are unwell and need to phone for advice please tell the hospital that you are currently in quarantine as you have recently arrived from overseas.

03 July 2020 - Social Distancing and Bubbles Clarification

Whilst we are confident that the recent outbreak of COVID-19 that we saw in the Islands in April this year has been closed down, this doesn’t mean that we should become complacent.

03 July 2020 - Tour Guide Guidance

The below guidance points are specific for tour guides and drivers offering services to the domestic market. It is recommended that businesses offering tour services to the domestic market utilise these points in conjunction with the general Guidance for the Workplace released on 7 May 2020.

04 June 2020 - Guidance For Cinemas

The Falkland Islands Government on 3 June 2020, announced it was appropriate to ease some restrictions put in place in late March in response to the global COVID-19 pandemic. For cinemas, this easing of restrictions will take effect Friday 19 June.

04 June 2020 - Guidance For Public Houses

The Falkland Islands Government on 3 June 2020, announced it was appropriate to ease some restrictions put in place in late March in response to the global COVID-19 pandemic. For public houses, this easing of restrictions will take effect Friday 19 June. 

04 June 2020 - Guidance For Restaurants And Cafes

The Falkland Islands Government on 3 June 2020, announced it was appropriate to ease some restrictions put in place in late March in response to the global COVID-19 pandemic. For restaurants and cafes, this easing of restrictions will take effect Friday 19 June.

04 June 2020 - Guidance For Hairdressers, Beauticians, Physiotherapists And Other Personal Health And Wellbeing Services

The Falkland Islands Government on 3 June 2020, announced it was appropriate to ease some restrictions put in place in late March in response to the global COVID-19 pandemic. For hairdressers, beauticians, physiotherapists and other personal health and wellbeing services, this easing of restrictions will take effect Friday 5 June.

Guidance For Secular Meetings And Non-sporting Groups

This guidance is to assist adult and youth groups, societies, associations and those holding secular meetings to begin to consider ways in which they can safely recommence gatherings supporting the well-being of the community.

Guidance To Taxi Drivers

This guidance is to assist taxi operators who have been allowed to resume activity, effective 11 May. Guidance will be updated should the COVID-19 situation change.