Seven Days State of Public Emergency Declared

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Seven Days State of Public Emergency Declared

State House, Banjul, 2nd July 2020 In exercise of the powers conferred on him by section 34(6) of the 1997 Constitution, President Barrow has declared that the State of Public Emergency continues to exist in the whole country for seven days, effective 1st July 2020.

The public is also informed that the COVID -19 Emergency Regulations issued under the Emergency Powers Act shall continue to apply during the period of the State of Public Emergency.

Meanwhile, the public is reminded that COVID-19 is real as the number cases recorded in the country is on the increase.   The public is also advised to take all precautionary measures to protect themselves and prevent infecting others.

The government gives assurances that all efforts are being made to prevent and contain the coronavirus from spreading further, as it continues to monitor developments within the ECOWAS region.

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