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Madagascar: Curfew to be lifted gradually

The government of Madagascar has announced that starting Monday April 20th, 2020, the country will start to lift gradually the curfew imposed on the three main cities of Madagascar. During the curfew there was no service at ARTEC, and staff were sent h…

The government of Madagascar has announced that starting Monday April 20th, 2020, the country will start to lift gradually the curfew imposed on the three main cities of Madagascar. 

During the curfew there was no service at ARTEC, and staff were sent home, realtime is confirming when work will be resumed within the authority.

Mauritius: Lockdown extended to May 4th; 2020

The government of Mauritius has announced the extension of the curfew up to May 4th 2020 in order to control the spread of the Coronavirus in the country. As published earlier; ICTA on March 19th, 2020, they invited their customers to opt for all their…

The government of Mauritius has announced the extension of the curfew up to May 4th 2020 in order to control the spread of the Coronavirus in the country. 

As published earlier; ICTA on March 19th, 2020, they invited their customers to opt for all their requests to their online portal and minimize their visist to the ICTA offices. 

ICTA has published an email address where its customers can reach for their inquiries, and courriers. 

Realtime expects a small delay.

Lesotho : Lockdown extended until May 5

As the previous lockdown expired on April 21, Prime minister of Lesotho announced that the lockdown would be extended until May 5th, even if the country has not recorded any case of Covid-19 so far.https://www.africanews.com/2020/04/22/virus-free-lesot…

As the previous lockdown expired on April 21, Prime minister of Lesotho announced that the lockdown would be extended until May 5th, even if the country has not recorded any case of Covid-19 so far.

https://www.africanews.com/2020/04/22/virus-free-lesotho-rolls-out-socio-economic-interventions/

Guinea: ARPT : Emergency state extended until May 15

ARPT announced on their website on April 20th that there would be an extension of the state of emergency until May 15 and that they would be implementing additional protective measures in order to prevent Covid-19 infections.Therefore, ARPT will be on …

ARPT announced on their website on April 20th that there would be an extension of the state of emergency until May 15 and that they would be implementing additional protective measures in order to prevent Covid-19 infections.
Therefore, ARPT will be on minimum service as working days are mondays, wednesdays and Fridays.The rest of week, employees will be working from home. Working hours have also been limited from 8:30 am to 3:30 pm.

https://www.arpt.gov.gn/communique/communique-reamenagement-du-plan-de-travail

Kuwait: Curfew extended to May 31st; 2020

On Monday; April 20th 2020, Kuwait announced the extension of the curfew in the country until May 31st; 2020; the curfew includes suspension of work in public sectors and ministries.Realtime is closely monitoring the situation; due to the current event…


On Monday; April 20th 2020, Kuwait announced the extension of the curfew in the country until May 31st; 2020; the curfew includes suspension of work in public sectors and ministries.

Realtime is closely monitoring the situation; due to the current events; the online portal of CITRA goes down frequently; however; we manage to submit whenever the portal is back on.