Mozambique extends state of emergency for 3rd time, with some restrictions relaxed

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Mozambique extended the state of emergency with another 30 days for the third time whilst relaxing some regulations as it eases into the new normal during the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.

In a broadcast address, Mozambican President Filipe Nyusi announced that they had decided to maintain the level three measures and adjust some regulations in a phased manner to allow certain sectors to resume activities.

He added that during the extended state of emergency period, the process of relaxing restraining procedures will be gradual, and could be reversed depending on the progression of the pandemic.

The reopening of several sectors including education, business, culture and tourism will be done in strict compliance of preventive measures and protocols defined by health authorities.

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