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Puerto Rico extends coronavirus curfew, reopens more places

Published Mon Jun 29 2020 16:32:27 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)
Puerto Rico’s governor has extended a coronavirus curfew for three more weeks, marking the longest such curfew in any U.S. jurisdiction even as she authorized the re-openings of certain businesses and government agencies. Everyone except essential workers has to stay indoors from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. until July 22. Face masks remain mandatory. The initial curfew began in mid-March, and Gov. Wanda Vázquez warned Sunday that stricter measures could return if she sees a spike in cases, with several small outbreaks already reported in some towns that health officials blame on those visiting or returning from the U.S. mainland.
by By DÁNICA COTO
Puerto Rico extends coronavirus curfew, reopens more places
Puerto Rico extends coronavirus curfew, reopens more places