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Coronavirus | “Self-Administration” imposes new 10-day curfew in several areas under its control

The “Self-Administration” has imposed a total curfew in its areas of control in Hasakeh, Qamishli, Raqqa and Al-Tabaqa, for 10 days, starting on November 26. Schools, universities and kindergartens in all areas under the control of the “Self-Administration” will be closed during the curfew, as well as public official institutions and departments except service departments in a limited number.

Transport to and from areas held by the “Self-Administration has also suspended while trade continues.

The “Self-Administration” tasked the Internal Security Forces to implement the curfew in accordance with the contents of the resolution.

This comes as part of a series of health measures imposed by the “Self-Administration during the last period, coinciding with the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic within its areas.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights continues tracking the outbreak of coronavirus pandemic in areas held by the Self-Administration through reliable medical sources.

In early November, reliable medical sources said that the number of confirmed cases in areas held by the Self-Administration exceeded 20,100, of which at least 605 died, while about 1,900 cases recovered.

The Self-Administration’s Health Authority have recorded 6,591 infected cases so far, of which 178 died, while the recovery cases reached 957.

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