Angola: Luanda Remains Under Sanitary Fence

Luanda — The Luanda province is still under sanitary fence for additional 15 days, announced Monday the Minister of State and Head of the Civil House of the President, Adão de Almeida.

While speaking at a press conference regarding the Presidential Decree that enforces the Public Calamity Situation, the minister explained that the sanitary fence should be in force initially up to 09 June.

During this period, the official advanced that are only allowed to leave or enter transport means with humanitarian aid and foodstuff or people due to health and death.

The sanitary fence in Luanda was decreed taking into account the 26 and 31 cases which are responsibles for 42 cases of local contamination, from the 62 positive cases reported in the country.

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