KRG: Curfew will continue


6/4/2020 18:58:00
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     KRG: Curfew will continue

Kurdistan Region cabinet has held a meeting through video conference on Monday under the supervision of Deputy Prime Minister, Mr. Qubad Talabani.

 

During the meeting the cabinet thanked citizens of the Kurdistan Region for adhering to the health instructions, as well as appreciating the role of the ministries and staff who enforced the decisions.

 

The latest measures and preparations for the fight against the coronavirus in the Kurdistan Region was also discussed during the meeting, as well as evaluating and discussing of the implementation of the health instructions.

 

The Deputy Prime Minister appreciated the role of the ministries and related authorities who are enforcing the plan of keeping citizens safe from the coronavirus, and also thanked people of Kurdistan for abiding by the instructions and said: “ It is the governments duty keep the lives of citizens safe before anything else and these government plans are aimed to achieve that.”

 

The Minister of Health presented a report on the latest developments in the spread and statistics of the infections with the coronavirus in the Kurdistan Region and pointed to the plans of the ministry of health for the next stage and presented the necessary needs to implement the plans in the best way.

 

After discussions, the cabinet has made some decisions concerning the recent situation, where it was decided to extend the comprehensive curfew until midnight tonight, along with a number of other decisions.

 

 

 

(Translated and Edited by H.H.)

 

 

 

PUKmedia 


 

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