Guinea’s President Alpha Condé announces easing of some the lockdown restrictions set to prevent the spread of coronavirus (Covid-19) in the republic.
The president’s Monday address disclosed that places of worship will reopen from 28 June in areas where infections have not been reported in Guinea-Conakry.
Students in the country who are scheduled to sit for exams and those in universities will resume learning on 29 June, as the country test waters easing lockdown.
Social distancing and wearing of masks are imperative as lessons and learning began.
The largely French country with a population of about12.4 million said wearing of masks in public is compulsory plus a nighttime curfew from 23:00 to 04:00 local time.
As coronavirus cases climbs above 8 million globally, Guinea has recorded fatalities and 4,572 cases the virulent Covid-19 pandemic.
Guinea, a costal West African country is officially referred to as the Republic of Guinea.