January 17, 2022

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Partial imprisonment is being announced from this weekend

Reunion Island Follow in Martinique’s footsteps And is being re-configured for two weeks from this weekend. Jack Billand, president of the Overseas Territory, announced on Thursday that partial control during the day would apply to a sector that is experiencing full suffering from new waves of Covit-19 pollution.
Like many territories of the Antilles.

“In the next 15 days, only establishments that cannot continue to wear masks that are open to the public will be closed,” the politician said, citing places covered by restaurants, bars, sports halls and activities that should stop all activity. The leader also pointed out that more than six people and picnic meetings are prohibited.

Curfew from 6pm to 5am.

As in Guadeloupe, The province of Reunion has also chosen a curfew order to curb the spread of the virus. This applies from 6pm to 5am. As a result, travel certificates are again mandatory. During the day, it is allowed to travel around the house within a radius of 10 km from Monday to Saturday and within a radius of 5 km on Sundays. To go around this 5km or 10km radius, “you need to bring proof of address and identity document”. Beyond that, Jack Billand said it would take a “certificate of compelling reason”.

Jack Billand underscores that Reunion can come and go “within a 10 km radius, in stores” by having to wear the mask regularly. The incidence rate of the corona virus, according to the district attorney Meeting There are currently 350 cases per 100,000 population and the positive rate “rises to almost 10%”. A new assessment should be made within ten days.

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ARS Martin Ladoucette Director General regrets low vaccination on the island, where three out of 10 people are vaccinated more than 10 out of 10 nationally. He set a goal of “60,000 injections this week” by the end of August, and “49% of the population of Reunion” was fully vaccinated.