Prime Minister Joseph Jouthe, said that wearing a mask to protect against the new Coronavirus is mandatory in public places across the country.
“The Government of the Republic Government of the Republic requires all citizens to wear a mask in public places, from Monday, May 11, 2020, until further notice,” said the head of government, in a statement issued on Saturday.
This measure, he says, aims to combat the spread of COVID-19 particularly concerns: Employees in their workplaces; truck, bus, taxi, motorcycle drivers; public transport passengers (road, air, sea); the citizens circulating in the streets, in public places, in markets, or any other public place; Anyone who visits hospitals, stores, banks, and other public and private institutions.
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