The Ministry of Interior announces a comprehensive curfew for a week in the Kurdistan region

Erbil-ALSharqiya, June 2: The Ministry of the Interior of the Kurdistan Region announced a comprehensive curfew for a week after the escalation of the severity of HIV infections. According to a statement of the interior of the region, the ban between the provinces of the region starts from midnight on Sunday to the sixth of June, while the inter-city ban begins on Monday from six o'clock in the evening until midnight on the sixth of June. The ban measures included, according to the statement, the suspension of official working hours, the closure of all places except pharmacies and ovens, the closure of border crossings and airports in front of travelers, the closure of all mosques and mosques, and places of worship.


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