Independence celebrations are planned across Central America for Saturday, September 15. Parades and festivities will take place in cities and towns across the region and ongoing celebrations are expected on weekends until the end of September. Road closures and traffic disruptions are expected, as is closures of some businesses.
The Central American Independence Act was signed on September 15, 1821, granting the modern-day countries of Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua, and Costa Rica independence from Spain.
Individuals in Central America are advised to anticipate additional transit time and large crowds, adhere to instructions issued by local authorities and avoid public gatherings as a precaution.
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