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Algerian Authorities Set To Lift Ban On Some Cultural Activities As Part Of Easing Lockdown Restrictions

Algeria, Egypt and South Africa begin to ease coronavirus lockdown - CGTN

Algerian authorities say they will carry out further measures to ease a coronavirus lockdown from September 1, including lifting a ban on some cultural activities such as reopening museums and libraries.


Nurseries would also be reopened with 50% of their capacity but prohibit the use of air conditioners and access to children by family members.

The new steps will also end a paid leave for pregnant women and those with children under 14 years.

Algeria has already eased restrictions linked to the novel coronavirus, including reopening some businesses, mosques, leisure venues and beaches.

It has so far reported 44 494 infections and 1 510 deaths.


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