Sierra Leone To Reopen Places Of Worship And Airport

President Julius Maada Bio on Thursday announced the lifting of a raft of virus restrictions as the country reopens to face the post – lockdown era.

Three main areas are affected by the latest announcement which the president posted on social media platform, Twitter. Reopening of places of worship, curfew hours and reopening of the main airport.

1. All mosques, churches, and other places of worship shall be open for congregation and worship – Monday, 13th of July 2020,
2. On the same day curfew hours will be eased to 11 pm to 5 am.
3. Lungi International Airport will be re-opened on Wednesday, 22nd Jul 2020.

  • Confirmed cases = 1,598
  • Active cases = 412
  • Recoveries = 1,123
  • Number of deaths = 63

John Hopkins Uni stats valid as of July 9, 2020



Written by PH

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