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UPDATE 26.APR 2021 – MAURITIUS, in Baby Steps Towards The OPENING

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UPDATE 26.APR 2021 – Mauritius, in Baby Steps Towards Our OPENING

Slowly we are getting there – walking in baby steps towards OUR OPENING
Prime Minister announces second phase of reopening
-As from 01 May to 01 June 2021, if the current situation does not worsen or even improves, the country will shift into the second phase of reopening, whereby more activities will be allowed. As from 01 may 2021, at 06 00 hrs,
-The Prime Minister, Mr Pravind Kumar Jugnauth, made this statement, this evening, in a televised address to the Nation.
-Individual outdoor activities, opticians, dentists and medical services, as well as market fairs will all be able to operate, while observing strict sanitary protocols.
-Prime Minister Jugnauth highlighted that citizens have showed a great sense of responsibility to the second wave of COVID-19, which has resulted in a decrease in local positive cases.
Mauritius RE-OPENING from 01.May2021

MAURITIUS IS BACK IN LOCKDOWN from 10.March 2021 to 25.March 2021



UPDATE 10.MAR 2021 –

MAURITIUS IS BACK IN LOCKDOWN from 10.March 2021 to 25.March 2021


Lockdown IDEAS:

– 14 days in your BIKINI (saves you the washing and ironing, don’t forget to cover when you have your online meeting)
May be an illustration
The Prime Minister, Mr Pravind Kumar Jugnauth, has announced, this evening, during a televised address to the nation, that a lockdown will be implemented as from 10 March 2021 at six am till 25 March 2021, following an increase in Covid-19 cases.
He indicated that the virus is now to be found in several clusters adding that new positive cases have been detected today which are not from the initial cluster.
As part of the restrictions, all activities will remain closed except for the police, port, airport, fire services, health, pharmacy, and security services.
Essential services that will operate on 10 March 2021 are:
health services, fire services, security services, petrol facilities, security services, pharmacy services, and retail distribution chains.
Supermarkets, superettes, shops, bakeries and petrol stations will remain closed tomorrow but will reopen on 11 March 2021 with strict sanitary measures.
Access to these services will be in alphabetical order.
Prime Minister Jugnauth appealed to all pilgrims to return home, adding that Government has put at their disposal an increased number of buses at Grand-Bassin.
He adhered to the population to adhere to strict sanitary precautions, maintain social distancing while expressing conviction that together the Mauritian population can win once more the battle against the Covid-19 pandemic. All religious and sociocultural activities are cancelled.
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