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Posted: Friday, April 24, 2020. 2:52 pm CST.

By BBN Staff: Following the Prime Minister’s update to the nation yesterday, the public awaited the explanation of the Attorney General regarding an extension of the State of Emergency and the new relaxed measures that would follow.

Attorney General Micheal Peyrefitte explained that the curfew is still in place and Belizeans can only be outside for the same reasons as now, if they are procuring essential needs, medical purposes or if they have an emergency.

Peyrefitte reiterated that any relaxed measures does not mean it is a free for all.

In addition, people will now be allowed to move on Sundays to procure food and essential items.

Residents are allowed to exercise between 5am to 8am for walking, jogging and running but not cycling or go into a gym.

Everyone is still encouraged to practice social distancing.  

 

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