On 20 April 2020, the U.K. Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) issued updated travel advice for Barbados, which reads in part as follows: “A daily curfew operates from 6pm to 6am local time. Outside of these hours movement continues to be restricted to purchase food or medicine, to seek medical treatment visits to hardware stores and banks, or to work in an essential service. Persons are allowed out for essential shopping and to go to the bank on specific days and times as set by the government of Barbados. The schedule is determined by the first letter of a person’s surname. Persons should carry picture ID otherwise to gain entry to premises. Long queues have been reported and it would be sensible for people to take with them a bottle of water and an umbrella to shield them from the sun. In addition, some premises are only allowing people wearing face mask to enter the premises.”