PUERTO RICO – In order to slow the spread of COVID-19 in Puerto Rico, the governor of the U.S. territory is asking the U.S. to suspend all domestic and international flights for 14 days, reports the Miami Herald.

Gov. Wanda Vazquez released a letter she submitted to Federal Aviation Administrator Stephen Marshall. The newspaper reports she asked the FAA “to close all airports where local authorities aren’t screening incoming passengers, limit the air-strips where charter planes can land.”