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Coronavirus

Libya’s government imposes two-week curfew following spike in COVID-19 infections

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Libya’s Government of National Unity announced on Monday a two-week curfew in some local councils where there is a rise in COVID-19 infection cases.

The curfew, which will take effect as of Tuesday, will be imposed in some selected municipalities in western and central regions of the country.

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The government said the curfew will be from 6 p.m. to 6 a.m., and all commercial activities will be closed except for institutions that provide public, security, and medical services.

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