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Farwaniya lockdown, moving to third stage, partial curfew to be decided in today’s cabinet meeting

Thursday, July 16, 2020
Farwaniya lockdown, moving to third stage, partial curfew to be decided in today’s cabinet meeting

The moving to the third phase of return to normal life, Removal of the lockdown in Farwaniya and the changes in partial curfew across the country are expected to be discussed in today’s Cabinet meeting, the local newspaper reported.

According to the set plan, the third phase of return to normalcy is likely to begin on July 21. Each stage will last for 21 days. The second stage started on June 30, with a one-week delay.

According to the report, as the health indicators with respect to the number of infected people and the number of recoveries favours the smooth transition from the second stage to the third stage.

As part of its earlier plan to move to the third phase, all lockdown areas will be open. Currently, only Farwaniya is under lockdown, and in the last ten days, Farwaniya is not reported under the list of the highest infected residential area. This increase the possibility of opening the Farwaniya lockdown.

As per the initial plan, in the third stage, all government offices will start functioning with not more than 50% staff. Hotels and resorts will re-open, and taxi service will begin with a limit of one passenger per trip.

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No food no work no mani haw is paying rent farwaniya
Thursday, July 16, 2020
Help me

Dharmesh
Thursday, July 16, 2020
Hello sir I m here working as tailor when will they allow to work again in which phase if you hv any helpful information pls reply thnks

Nazar
Thursday, July 16, 2020
Farwaniya is hub of all infections due to bachelor and low income population of all nationalities. Plz don''t open but tighten the boundaries. There are reports of people escaping quarantine by foot and telling lie to police officers.

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