COVID-19: Government Re-imposes Lockdown On Freetown In Sierra Leone

The government authorities in Sierra Leone has re-imposed a new lockdown in the country just to reduce the spread of the coronavirus in the country. This was a move taken by the government to prevent the increase of the coronavirus across the country.

These measures, similar to others unveiled Thursday, become effective from Monday, for about fourteen days at first, said in a proclamation from the Government community for reaction to COVID-19.

Freetown has recorded the greater part of the instances of pollution in the country.

The specialists chose to limit section and exit from the Western Area, the domain comparing to Freetown and its environmental factors.

Travel outside Freetown considered fundamental is dependent upon a negative Covid test inside 72 hours.