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Bahrain: ‘Curfews Not Required’ Says Health Ministry

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The National Taskforce for Combating the Coronavirus (COVID-19) held a press conference at the Crown Prince Centre for Training and Medical Research at the Bahrain Defence Force Hospital to highlight latest COVID-19 developments.

In line with this, Dr Waleed Khalifa Al Manea, Undersecretary Ministry of Health reiterated that no curfews would be imposed in Bahrain.

He further highlighted that the Ministry of Health was keen to expand the scope and numbers of daily checks for early access to existing cases and thus quickly isolating and treating them. Bahrain has conducted more than 262,000 laboratory tests.

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Dr Al Manea added that as of Wednesday, 27 May 2020, all salons and barbershops are to re-open, whilst ensuring health and social distancing guidelines are followed.


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