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Coronavirus | “Self-Administration” extends partial curfew in its areas, exempting Al-Hasakeh city

Reliable sources have told the Syrian Observatory that the “Self-Administration” of N and NE Syria has issued a new resolution on the extension of the partial curfew, as part of preventive measures against the novel coronavirus. The city of Al-Hasakeh was exempted from the content of the resolution, due to the confirmed cases of infection.

The Syrian Observatory has obtained a copy of this resolution which stated:

1- Extending the curfew due to the coronavirus pandemic (partially) from Tuesday, May 12, 2020 until the end of the Eid holiday.

2- The curfew period starts from 7 pm to 6 a.m. the next morning.

3- All shops and all professions are allowed to open from 6:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.

4-Movement, transit and mass transportation (public and private) are allowed to operate in and out of cities and between departments, taking into account the rules of health protection and social distancing.

5- The work of employees in “Self-Administration” institutions remains suspended until the end of the Eid al-Fitr holiday, except for the service and health sectors and some workers, which the Administration may consider the necessity of their work and on a rotating base.

6- The crossings remain closed until a decision is issued by the joint presidency of the executive council of NE Syria.

7- People practice their religious rituals in mosques and places of worship in the last week of the holy month of Ramadan, taking into account the rules of health protection and social distancing.

8- Coffee shops, restaurants, cafeterias, schools and universities remain closed for the duration of the ban.

9- Excluding the city of Hasakeh due to coronavirus cases that had confirmed earlier, provided that appropriate measures are taken by the administration of Al-Jazeera in accordance as the situation evolves.”

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