Posted: Tuesday, February 23, 2021. 9:19 am CST.
By BBN Staff: Minister of Home Affairs and New Growth Industries, Kareem Musa, says that the curfew has been working well to keep COVID-19 cases down.
According to Musa, in March, there will be a revisiting of the regulations.
“ I cannot say that we will be moving the curfew – it is something that we believe has been working well in terms of keeping our numbers down especially since we are right at the cusp of getting vaccinations,” Musa said.
He added that if Belizeans receive the COVID-19 vaccine then the curfews may not be as necessary as it is now.
But for now, keeping the number of infections down requires that the curfew remains as is, Musa said.
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