There are one thousand and ninety (1090) confirmed cases, including six fatalities as of May 21st, 2020. On March 18, borders were closed and flights to Bissau interrupted. Schools and outdoor markets are closed. A state of emergency was declared on March 28 and extended three times until May 26. A National Covid-19 Contingency Plan was adopted at the end of March. Public transportation vehicles are not allowed to circulate in the country. All circulation is forbidden between 2pm and 7am and a curfew is in place 8pm-6am. Guinea-Bissau is fighting the pandemic in the midst of a political crisis related to the result of the December 2019 presidential election. It is amongst the 25 beneficiary countries of the IMF debt service relief through the Catastrophe Containment and Relief Trust (CCRT), approved on April 15.