Thirteen curfews have been imposed in the country since March


Santo Domingo, DR Since the arrival of Covid-19 in the country in early March, Dominicans have had to cope with and live with thirteen curfews, together with the state of emergency, approved to counter the pandemic’s effects. So far, 131,636 people have been infected in the Dominican Republic; 2,274 lost their lives, and 109,135 have recovered from the disease. The first curfew was decreed by former President Danilo Medina in the national territory for only 15 days, from March 20 to April 3. The provision was contained in Decree 135-20. Through the provision, people’s transit and movement were prohibited from 8:00 at night until 6:00 in the morning. Health personnel, people who go to a health center, and journalists were exempt. April 3-17 The curfew was extended by former President […]

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