This was announced during the press conference of the Curacao government: at 730pm local time in Willemstad, Curacao.
1. on June 29 curfew from 4 p.m. until further notice, with the exception of vital functions
2. On June 29, all stores except vital signs must close at 3 p.m. This also applies to public authorities.
3. All civil servants can stay home on June 29. This as far as the service allows. Tomorrow and Thursday all public services will be closed
4. All persons residing on the coast areas are advised to move elsewhere inland. The same applies to areas that normally have to deal with flooding.
5. All activities for June 29 and 30 must be cancelled. The government will provide further details on Thursday.
6. On June 29, public transport will run until 4 p.m. Keep this in mind.
7. On June 29, the Emma Pontoon Bridge will be removed from 10:00 a.m. Ferries are available until 4pm to cross between Punda and Otrobanda
8. Use of shelter is the last option if one is not safe at home or elsewhere. There are shelters at Maris Stella sbo, red cross in Barber, among others. Tomorrow the government will indicate all locations for shelters.
9. The Curacao Coastguard advises everyone not to go out to sea and to secure the boats in time by taking them out of the sea and away from the coast areas or placing them in inland waters.
10. As of today, June 28, 97.9 FM (Radio Easy FM) is the emergency radio that the government uses to provide latest information. It is recommended to buy batteries to be able to continue listening to the radio in case power is cut off by the government or due to a failure in the electrical network.
Willemstad, Curacao (UTC--4)