Dominican Gov. extends curfew 20 more days


Santo Domingo.- President Luis Abinader extended the curfew for 20 more days on Monday, as a measure that seeks to reduce the contagion effects of the pandemic, through decree 684-20, from December 2 until December 22. The executive indicates that due to the epidemiological evolution of the virus, the Executive Power declared the national territory in a state of emergency on July 20 through Decree no. 265 -20. It was again extended for 45 days to December 2, by Decree No. 683-20, by  the respective authorizations by Congress through its resolutions no. 70-20 and no. 235-20.

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