When I arrived I was informed that Honduras had closed its borders and would not be allowing anyone to enter or exit the country. There was a complete shutdown of all air, sea, and land transport in the country.
Delta and few other airlines were irresponsibly still offering flights so many people, including myself, purchased a flight from the mainland to have it cancelled. They are not offering refunds, only credit.
It became apparent that if I am able to get a flight, I have no way out of Honduras, and will be stuck here indefinitely.
The city is under lockdown. There are no people on the street and a curfew is in place. Grocery stores are only open on select days. Due to the language barrier we are often unsure which days.