State of Health Emergency in DRCongo Ends
By Philippe Lolonga August 3, 2020 / Bukavu, Congo
On July 22, 2020, President of the Democratic Republic of the Congo His Excellency Felix Tshisekedi lifted the measures of the State of Health Emergency, with stores, banks, restaurants, bars, cafés, businesses resuming on July 23rd. Some resumed unofficially prior to this date.
The most important date to remember is undoubtedly August 15 – with places of worship, discos, stadiums and performance halls, such as ports, airports and borders scheduled to reopen. The resumption of migratory movements between provinces will also occur at that time.
Bishop Gabriel Unda calls on faithful United Methodists to be “vigilant as the end of the State of Emergency does not mean the end of COVID-19.” Bishop Unda calls on all clergy and lay leaders to “continue to observe the barrier measures.”
Mother Mbilizi Bonane, president of United Methodist Women in Bukavu, shares that with the grant received from Harper Hill Global, “We bought megaphones which allowed us to carry out sensitizations at the community level in the towns of Bukavu and Goma.”
Bishop Gabriel Unda calls on faithful United Methodists to be vigilant as the end of the State of Emergency does not mean the end of COVID 19, I call on all clergy and lay leaders to continue to observe the barrier measures
Philippe Lolonga is a correspondent of Harper Hill Global in Kivu, for more detail call us on +243992756779 or email@example.com.
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