Offices at Guernsey's ports are now closed to the public until further notice.
Staff will still be working at the Control Tower Building, Airport Fire Station at Guernsey Airport and their equivalents in Alderney - but the public won't be allowed to go in.
The Harbour Office on the Cambridge Berth and the Marine Services Centre on the Albert Pier in St Peter Port are also closed to the public.
Officials made the decision to try and stop the spread of Coronavirus.
The foot passenger ferry terminal on the New Jetty is now closed as Condor Ferries are just operating a ‘freight only’ service using the Commodore Clipper and Goodwill vessels.
There are no scheduled Condor high-speed ferry sailings from the UK or France. Manche Ile Express sailings from France are also cancelled until at least 8th April 2020.
Guernsey Airport’s terminal is open to passengers who are taking flights to all destinations between 8:30am and 6:30pm. However all shops in the terminal are now closed.
Passengers should allow plenty of time to check in for their flight, the normal security rules concerning the screening of hand luggage, liquids, gels, and pastes still apply.
These arrangements also affect the Registry of British Ships, based at the Harbour Office.
Customers who need to contact the airport, harbours or the Registry of British Ships should do so by using the following channels only.
- Guernsey Airport: Telephone: 01481 237766. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Guernsey Harbours: Telephone: 01481 720229. Email: email@example.com
- Registry of British Ships: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org