Washington will start lifting restrictions on public isolation


Pensacola, fl

Washington Mayor Muriel Bawser said on Wednesday that the US capital will begin the first stages of lifting restrictions on public isolation imposed to stem the spread of the Corona epidemic tomorrow.

Bawser, who had issued an order on March 30 for residents to stay in their homes, said that the region had witnessed a “steady decline” in cases of the emerging coronavirus over a 14-day period that allowed the lifting of restrictions.

Bowser added that the gathering of more than ten people will remain prohibited.

She added that retailers of non-essential items will be allowed to open their stores on Friday to receive orders outside the store or at the main door and will allow barbershops and hairdressers to work but with prior dates and for restaurants to serve customers in open areas only and will open some gardens and places of entertainment.


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