There are no official restrictions in place in Nicaragua, except that people travelling to Nicaragua have to show a negative PCR test that is less than 72 hours old. Vaccination is ongoing and according to information from the Government around 50% of the population has been vaccinated and there should be vaccines enough to reach the goal of 70% before years end. There was a flaring up of the epidemic  in  mid 2021, but it is has since calmed down. All businesses are open, including beaches, parks, museums etc. and most hotels and restaurants.

Our hotel and restaurant are open as normal, but we have put into place several measures to safeguard the security of our staff an clients. All our staff is now vaccinated (voluntarily - there is not much vaccine resistance in the country).  All our staff are using nose-and-mouth masks when attending clients. We have stepped up our already high level of cleanliness and there is disinfectant available at the reception and the restaurant.

The airport in Managua is open and there are presently three airlines operating: COPA to Panamá, Avianca to San Salvador and Miami and Aeromexico to Mexico City.  It seems the remaing airlines will not restart services this year (United Airlines, American Airlines and Spirit).