COVID-19; Guinea Ease Lockdown, Place Of Worship To Be Opened

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In an address to the nation on Monday, Guinea’s President Alpha Condé has announced easing of some restrictions intended to prevent the spread of coronavirus.

He stated that the places of worship will reopen from 28 June in areas where infections have not been reported.

Students scheduled to sit for exams and those in universities will be allowed to resume learning on the 29th of June.

Social distancing and mask wearing will be mandatory during the first phase of resumption of lessons. Wearing of masks in public is compulsory, and a nighttime curfew from 23:00 to 04:00 local time is in force.

The country has confirmed 4,572 coronavirus cases including 26 deaths.

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