feat A complete ban on traffic for 7 days in the “province” of Nicosia and 14 days in the “province” of Kyrenia, starting at midnight tonight, decided the “cabinet” in the occupied territories, adopting the recommendations of the epidemiological committee of the “ministry of health”. Between January 29, Friday and February 1, Monday, the full traffic ban will apply throughout the Occupied Territories.
From tomorrow, January 27 until February 10, schools, “public” and private, will do e-learning, as will tutoring, special classes and libraries. Kindergartens and special education are excluded.
Announcing the decisions, the “Prime Minister”, Ersan Saner, noted that the number of patients with symptoms who need treatment is increasing and took these measures so as not to create a problem in the treatment system and to be able to cope with the number of beds that will be needed.
According to the announced decisions, in the “provinces” of Nicosia and Kyrenia, as long as the complete traffic ban is in force, the supermarkets, pharmacies, gas stations, bakeries and butchers and similar food chain companies will remain open. The restaurants will only sell packages, while the agriculture, livestock and construction sectors remain open.
It is forbidden to enter and leave the “provinces” of Nicosia and Kyrenia, except for the employees in the “public”, security services, the banking sector, the local government and the journalists with the journalistic – yellow – identity.
In all other areas except the “provinces” of Kyrenia and Nicosia, the traffic ban will apply at night for tonight from 22.00 and from tomorrow from 20.00 until 5.00 in the morning. The measure will be valid until February 3.
Those who live in the Occupied Territories and come to the free areas for treatment or medical follow-up will do so without having to go into quarantine, but will have to show a negative 3-day PCR test and undergo a new PCR on the 7th and 14th day of the visit to doctor on the e / k side.
Without quarantine will continue trade through the Green Line Regulation that does not require contact.
The crossings for medical reasons from the Kato Pyrgos – Limniti roadblock for ambulances will be done without mandatory quarantine.
Those who live in Pyla and work in the occupied areas will have to submit a negative PCR of the last 72 hours and will pass without quarantine. Negative 72-hour PCR is required for those working in the UN, the EU, the Bases, the dead zone and the peacekeeping force.
For workers in the vacant areas living in the occupied areas, return quarantine continues to be mandatory. Those who live in the free areas and work in the occupied areas, quarantine is also mandatory. Those who live in Pergamon and have agricultural and livestock activities in the Bases will not be subject to mandatory quarantine.
Funerals are allowed only with first degree relatives, all training, weddings, parties, etc. are stopped. Home visits and contact between people who are not the core of the same family are prohibited.
Workers in essential services will need permission from the “provincial administrations” to be able to go to work.
It was announced that the situation will be re-evaluated on February 2.
In the meantime, from the “parliament” where the debate on the “state” budget began last Thursday, it was announced that it will be completed on January 29 and not next Wednesday.
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