Senators expected to approve extended curfew


Santo Domingo.- In its first session of the year the Senate will debate the 11th  extension of the state of emergency submitted by the Government to halt the advance of COVID-19 in Dominican territory. The resolution was approved on December 30 by the Chamber of Deputies and now the senators, who are expected to approve the measures that include a curfew. It will be the 11th extension requested, the first was initiated by former President Danilo Medina. The current state of emergency will expire on January 15.

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