Night-time curfew along with other restrictions are to be reimposed for the next two weeks following a spike in covid-19 cases.
This was announced by Minister of Health Lieutenant Colonel Jeffery Bostic this evening during a press conference.
- Restrictions will be reimposed from Tuesday 13th of July for two weeks.
- The curfew is reimposed from 11 pm to 5 am every day.
- No fetes are allowed.
- A 100 person cap for churches, weddings, and cinemas.
- No summer camps.
- No contact sports.
- No spectators at sports.
- Dance studios are not allowed to operate.
- Seated passengers in buses limited to 75 percent with no standing passengers allowed.
- People who can work from home should do so.
Authorities alarmed at a spike in covid cases involving clusters at:
- a church
- a large business,
- a family.
- In addition, three people who came in on a Caribbean Airlines flight have tested positive.
Officials are concerned that businesses and churches are not complying with the protocols.
- 180 people in quarantine; expected to increase to 200 by end of day.
- Health Minister has announced a three-phase operation.
- Aggressive contact tracing has commenced; primary contacts will be tested and quarantined.
There will be aggressive community testing.