Coronavirus | “Self-Administration” extends partial curfew in its areas until June 5
Reliable sources have informed the Syrian Observatory that “Self-Administration” has issued a new resolution extending the partial curfew, as part of preventive measures against the novel coronavirus.
The Syrian Observatory has obtained a copy of the resolution, which read: “The curfew is partially extended due to the coronavirus pandemic, from Wednesday, May 27 to June 5. The curfew starts from 7 p.m. to 6 a.m. and all shops and all occupations are allowed to open from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m.
All restaurants are also allowed to operate during the curfew period but only for takeaway services.
Movement, transit and public and private mass transport are allowed to operate in and out of the city and between departments, taking into account the measures of preventive health and social distancing.
It has scheduled the start of working hours in all institutions of democratic civil administration, as of Wednesday morning, May 27.
The crossings remain closed until a decision by the joint presidency of the Executive Council of the Self-Administration of northern and eastern Syria, exempting Al-Tabaqa crossing for humanitarian cases “patients-students” supported by relevant documents.
It has allowed the practice of religious rites in places of worship for all religions, taking into account the measures of preventive health and social distancing, while cafés, cafeterias, schools and universities continued to be closed during the curfew.”
On the other hand, citizens in the areas controlled by “Self-Administration” have not been fully comply with the curfew and the health rules for safety, with the lack of oversight and lack of emphasis on the implementation of the resolutions.