Liberia to partially relax restriction to religious houses

Written by on May 11, 2020

LIBERIAN PRESIDENT, GEORGE WEAH HAS REVEALED THAT HE WILL PARTIALLY LIFT RESTRICTIONS ON PRAYING IN MOSQUES AND CHURCHES AIMED AT CURBING CORONAVIRUS WHILE EXTENDING A LOCKDOWN IN THE CAPITAL OF MONROVIA.

IN A PREVIOUS STATEMENT, THE FORMER INTERNATIONAL FOOTBALLER SAID EMERGENCY MEASURES ANNOUNCED IN APRIL WOULD BE EXTENDED FOR TWO WEEKS IN THE WEST AFRICAN NATION.

IT INCLUDED A BAN ON ALL MOVEMENT BETWEEN THE COUNTRY’S 15 COUNTIES, THE CLOSURE OF NON-ESSENTIAL BUSINESSES, AND STAY-AT-HOME ORDERS FOR MONROVIA’S ROUGHLY ONE MILLION INHABITANTS.

LIBERIAN AUTHORITIES HAVE RECORDED 199 CASES OF THE CORONAVIRUS TO DATE, WITH 20 FATALITIES.


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