We previously discussed the news that Côte d’Ivoire participated in making restrictions on the people. Just like other countries, Ivory Coast is also experiencing overwhelmed overcoming the spread of the Covid-19 virus.
It is no longer a secret, all countries do have the same case but with a different number of infections. Handling is more or less the same and the rules made basically not much different because many countries follow the advice of WHO.
Ivory Coast Loosen Lockdown Rules
In Ivory Coast yesterday just made curfew rules and travel restrictions or crowded is called lockdown. Close all restaurants, schools, offices and places already carried out Ivory Coast.
Since the death toll of 20 people in the West African country, all activities have been closed and the entire community is required to follow the rules set by the government to reduce the spread of the virus.
But after more than a month of lockdown in various areas in Ivory Coast, the government finally began to relax the restrictions. All sectors will return to normal or reopen except Abidjan region.
Freedom or Allowance for Lockdown Not in All Regions
Almost all regions will feel freedom again, except for the capital Abidjan. The city has not yet received a permit to ease Lockdown because the city is the majority of the most cases of viral infections in Ivory Coast.
In addition to the good news about the number of deaths that have not increased, there is quite viral news because Ivory Coast residents destroyed the corona virus inspection center.
Many residents came to the location and shouted “we don’t need this”. This incident is estimated because the local residents did not agree with the existence of the building which was considered too close to residential areas.
Actually what happened was due to the lack of information obtained by the local community that the building or place was only a place of examination not treatment of infected patients.
This news is already being heard throughout Africa. Perhaps this incident was due to the lack of counseling about co-19 in Ivory Coast residents so that there was a great fear felt by each of these communities.