7 March 2022
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On Friday, March 4, 2022, during the last Council of Ministers, the President of the Gabonese Republic instituted to the Health Ministry, to lift gradually health measures imposed, as part of the fight against Covid-19 pandemic.
The Head of State, His Excellency Ali BONGO ONDIMBA, during the recent Council of Ministers, expressed the wish to gradually ease the restrictive measures required to curb Coronavirus. He particularly stressed on the curfew, in place since about 2 years, precisely in March 2022.
Indeed, the final statement of the said Council, stipulates that the Gabonese number one wants to “lift considerably certain barrier measures such as curfew”, as soon as possible. But he also wishes, authorities to revise “the limitation of the number of people participating in some events, such as ceremonies”.
These resolutions taken by the Head of State, come from the considerable decrease in the number of confirmed cases observed in recent weeks and also from the increase rate of vaccinated people (around 300,000 vaccinated people) in the country.
Data from the COPIL (steering committee for the monitoring and response plan against Covid-19) present: 389 positive cases in March, of the current year, corresponding to 4% compared to 2,542 (25%) of infected cases in December 2021.
Such a decision will probably bring euphoria in the entire nation. In addition, this relief would allow the revival of the country economy, in definite improvement, thanks to many initiatives launched by the government, with in particular the PAT (the Plan for the Acceleration of Transformation).
It is important to notice that, with a high vaccination rate and a probative response strategy, Gabon is at the forefront of the most effective African countries in the fight against Covid-19, according to the World Health Organization (WHO).
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