No-Movement Days Extended in Jamaica

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(Jamaica Information Service Press Release) Prime Minister, the Most Hon. Andrew Holness, has announced that the no-movement days will continue for another two weeks, in a bid to curb the latest surge in coronavirus (COVID-19) cases.

He advised that the days would include Sunday, September 5; Monday, September 6; Tuesday, September 7; Sunday, September 12; Monday, September 13; and Tuesday, September 14.

The Prime Minister was speaking during a virtual press conference on Wednesday (September 1).

Mr. Holness informed that the nightly curfew hours will remain 7:00 p,m. until 5 o’clock the following morning from Wednesdays to Fridays.

The curfew will, however, commence at 6:00 p.m. on Saturday, September 4, and Saturday, September 11, continue through the no-movement days and end at 5:00 a.m. on Wednesday, September 8, and Wednesday, September 15, respectively.

To allow persons to prepare for the additional no-movement days, businesses and workplaces will be required to close at midday on Friday, September 3, and Friday, September 10.

Read more at: Jamaica Information Service

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