Nov 24, 2020, 11:01 AM
At least no new confirmed case of COVID-19 is recorded, according latest COVID-19 reports.
Gathering of people is now allowed, casinos, restaurants and gyms have now opened. Masks are compulsory or defaulters will be punished.
Since Wednesday, riots erupted in different parts of the country which resulted 200 youths being arrested as they were burning tyres, government offices. However, the situation is now calm.
Minister Ndiaye announced government package for the transporters who were in two days strikes complaining for three months that they could not feed their families. They will receive D529.5 million plus musicians and artists who will receive the same amount of D529.5 million
The tourism sector will receive 6 billion dalasi, 169 million dalasis.
As from yesterday all commercial vehicles will move throughout the country.
During the state of emergency, which was first declared in March, transporters were confined in their regions.
The Ministry of Health also reported 89 new cases of covid-19, which brings the total infection to 4,021, 2,162 recovered, 45 deaths, 1,813 under treatment and 16 in serious condition.
The Truth, Reconciliation and Reparations Commission (TRRC) on Wednesday, April 29 submitted its interim report to Government. At a small ceremony held at the Ministry of Justice, TRRC Chair Dr. Lamin Sise handed over copies of the report to Justice Minister Abubacarr Tambadou for onward transmission to President Barrow.
Ismaila Jagne, the alkalo of Ghana Town in Brufut yesterday revealed before the TRRC that eight Ghanaians were massacred in his forest and other two individuals were handed over to the police with consultation of the Ghanaian counsellor in The Gambia in April 2005.