Dominican President requests new extension for the state of emergency


Santo Domingo.– President Luis Abinader acknowledged that the cases of coronavirus in the country have been increasing as mobility has increased significantly for the holidays, for which he asked all Dominicans to be aware of the situation and respect the authorities. Yesterday afternoon Abinader requested the National Congress a new extension for the state of emergency that ends next January 15, Listín Diario reported today. The request was deposited in the Chamber of Deputies on December 21 and Abinader argued that the new extension seeks to continue “facing the spread of Covid-19.” Message to the population At the end of an event where the Government gave the National Police the Platinium plan of the National Health Insurance (Senasa), the president asked for a moment to send a message to the […]

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