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Interior Minister warns of extending curfew hours if people not adhere to warnings

Saturday, March 28, 2020

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Interior Anas Al-Saleh affirmed that the government “will not hesitate to extend the period of the partial curfew in the country if the health authorities’ instructions are still not adhered to, especially at times after the curfew hours. ”

In his Twitter account, he said that a countrywide full curfew is on the table if the public fails to abide by the Ministry of Health’s instructions especially during the period of non-curfew hours. "We call on everyone to cooperate to confront the Corona virus” he said.

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Murali
Sunday, March 29, 2020
@Indian Expat
The govt. tried to remove expats by tough rules - did not work.
The COVID-19 virus came to remove expats - did not work.
Only way to remove unwanted expats - starve them.

@Mani
Too late to allow people to return back. Now must be starve and become fish food.

Mani
Sunday, March 29, 2020
Good if govt..to give public holiday for this entire year and allowed people to go their own country and return back next year.

Mohammed
Sunday, March 29, 2020
Please ask private organisations and construction project sites also to be shut down their work, as employees who are coming back 4 pm to home from their respective projects site and huge traffic rush while returning and having only 1 hour to purchase required essentials from their respective area cooperative societies are huge task.

Indian Expat
Sunday, March 29, 2020
If you want to impose full curfew... Please plan accordingly otherwise most of the people will die from Hunger. As there were no food preparation in every camp of private company. Also people are doing duty from 7 to 3 and when reaching room after one hour journey all co operative society and supermarkets are closed. And they are unable to buy things. You must advise company to short the duty time so that people can buy atleast something in this partial curfew time.

Ghulaam Alei
Sunday, March 29, 2020
24 hours curfew is must. Prevention is better than cure.

satheesh kumar
Sunday, March 29, 2020
please do it ..otherwise it will be out of control.

Santosh
Saturday, March 28, 2020
As per the new timings allowed, the people who are working from morning 5 A.M. to evening 4 P.M. to be staying closed inside their residence between evening 5 P.M. to morning 4 A.M. are already facing hard time to bring the products required from the public shopping centers around their locality.
Public members who do not have employment with required income, do not know the situation outside their residence as they need the community and society to support them even financially with the daily necessities of life and health.
Many products are not available in the shopping centers due to people being in a panic situation created by the present sickness and death with germs, around the world.
We need to wait and watch to get all the products required daily for living in the nation.

Sr
Saturday, March 28, 2020
Go ahead .... No issues. Co operative society is available.

Thanks

AliS
Saturday, March 28, 2020
Please do it.

Mohan
Saturday, March 28, 2020
24 hours curfew is must. For prevention as many viruses affected people’s are recently landed.

FJ
Saturday, March 28, 2020
This is 110 % sure if curfew hours are extended it will be a mess and chaos and total failure and great chances of spread of Covid 19 as people will rush to buy things in small time frame. This has failed in Goa India as govt had done complete lockdown and reverted back in keeping stores open 24x7 and requested people not to rush in their own and public interestand made arrangements to deliver at doorsteps.A good idea will be if govt can make arrangements to deliver at home all essential items ,medicines face masks etc through whatsapp so people can order from home the day today requirements.

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