Prime Minister Andrew Holness on Thursday decided that he will be pushing back the ongoing curfew time, as well as looking to have face to face classes in full swing by the next two weeks.
The announcement was made in Parliament during a press briefing, where he announced that the once 10 pm to 5 am curfew will be changed starting on February 11 to 11 pm to 5 am.
As for the churches that were only allowed a conversation limit of 100, Mr Holness has now decided to allow them to base their limits on the size of the building while adhering to the social distance policies.
As for the Disaster Risk Management Act, the Prime Minister says that it will soon become obsolete, with the Controlled re-entry programme being looked through.
As for the other Covid-19 measures, the leader of the country says they will remain the same however, he has expressed that the Government is still watching the key indicators of the measures to know if further adjustments are necessary.
Where face to face classes are concerned, the Prime Minister says he will be making known the timetable he will be working with by the two weeks deadline that he has set for the changes.
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