COVID-19; None-Essential Movements Restricted in Herat, Farah & Zaranj
The extraordinary committee on prevention of Coronavirus led by the second vice-president Sarwar Danish has announced the none-essential movements restricted in Herat, Farah and Zaranj cities.
The Committee has decided that in order to prevent the spread of the Corona virus in Afghanistan, especially in the vulnerable cities, the government announces a none-essential movements restriction in the cities of Herat, Farah and Zaranj.
The committee called on all citizens of the three cities to stay in their homes and not to leave their homes unnecessarily; to avoid crowding into any places and to take other precautionary measures to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.
The Committee also decided to
stop all activities in parks, schools, universities and other public and private educational institutions, shrines, barbers, public baths, sports complexes and restaurants.
This comes as the total number of confirmed cases of coronavirus in Afghanistan reaches to 74.
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