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  • Szél: Délkelet, 27.8 km/h
  • Légnyomás: 1009 hPa
  • Rel. páratartalom: 84 %
  • Látástávolság: 10 mérföld
2020, július 12 - 03:00

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Seychelles receives 4 tonnes of medicines from India for fight against COVID-19

Seychelles received the first consignment of four tonnes of medicine from India to be used in the fight against COVID-19. The consignment arrived on Wednesday afternoon onboard a chartered Air India flight from New Delhi.

President of Seychelles: Roads to be closed after 7 pm to help fight spread of COVID-19

Only the police with the support of the army will be allowed on the road after 7 p.m. as of this weekend as Seychelles puts in place further measures to stop the spread of COVID-19, President Danny Faure announced in a national address on Tuesday.

Health commissioner in Seychelles urges the public to continue to respect COVID-19 health measures

The health commissioner in Seychelles is urging the public to respect health measures put in place and cooperate with law enforcement officers even as the number of COVID-19 cases is holding steady at 11.

Address by President Danny Faure on the COVID-19 situation

14 April 2020
Seychellois brothers and sisters,
COVID-19 continues to devastate communities worldwide. As of today, more than 2 million people around the world have been infected with the coronavirus. More than 120, 000 people have died from COVID-19. This is more than the entire population of Seychelles.

Empty rooms, empty wallets: Hotels in Seychelles try to cope with loss of income

Travel restrictions in Seychelles and globally due to the COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in a steep drop in revenue in the local tourism industry, affecting both owners and the staff they employ.

Total mess. Shut down public transport. Listen to the measures: Seychellois sound off on stay-at-home order

Citizens and businesses have diverse views on the shut down of non-essential services in Seychelles for 21 days from Thursday to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

Public in Seychelles asked to respect stay-at-home order; police checkpoints to increase

The public must respect the prohibition orders put in place in Seychelles to break the chain of transmission of COVID-19, a health official said Thursday, while police officers are set to increase checkpoints to ensure stay-at-home orders are followed.

After new COVID case, Seychelles shuts down non-essential services

Seychelles on Wednesday at midnight will shut down non-essential services and restrict the movements of people for 21 days to prevent the spread of COVID-19, a top health official said on Tuesday.

Address by President Danny Faure on the COVID-19 situation

6 April 2020

Seychellois brothers and sisters,