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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information for Travelers

Any individuals in Miami-Dade County who believe they may have been exposed to coronavirus (COVID-19) should call the Florida Department of Health at 305-324-2400. This should be done prior to traveling to any medical office or facility.

Miami International Airport

  • The Miami-Dade Aviation Department is working with federal agencies to manage airport operations and ensure the safety of passengers and employees. Additional passenger screening is required for certain travelers.
    • Concourses E, F and G are closed
    • All passengers traveling for essential reasons are encouraged to contact their airline to confirm their flight status
    • Florida Department of Health staff is asking each passenger arriving on direct flights from New York Tri-State area airports (Connecticut, New Jersey and New York) a series of travel questions and notifying them about the executive order’s direction for them to self-quarantine for 14 days
    • Read more details in the April 2 news release.
  • Miami International Airport is receiving flights from Europe. Read the news release.
  • Flights between the U.S. and Cuba are suspended. Read the news release.


  • Cruise lines have voluntarily ceased sailings until further notice. Travelers are encouraged to contact cruise lines for any changes in itineraries or protocols. Read the news release.
  • The PortMiami team continues to work closely with its partners as well as the United States Coast Guard's 7th District (USCG), U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP), Florida Department of Health, and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and Prevention to safeguard port users and the Miami-Dade community against the spread of any communicable diseases, including COVID-19.
  • USCG in conjunction with the CDC has established protocols for the detection of the virus and will review the situation on a case-by-case basis. The USCG Captain of the Port evaluates each case with the CDC, and in partnership with CBP, will take the appropriate action as needed. PortMiami will continue to comply with any additional measures required.
  • All ship clearance is at a federal level. The protocol requires for vessels to self-report to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Customs and Border Protection and the United States Coast Guard specified medical concerns and to await guidance from these agencies. Read the news release about vessel clearance.
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