Public gatherings are now limited to two instead of four. In-restaurant dining, previously permitted until 6pm, is now banned altogether. Face masks, already required in public indoor spaces, are now compulsory outside. Photo: AP Public gatherings are now limited to two instead of four. In-restaurant dining, previously permitted until 6pm, is now banned altogether. Face masks, already required in public indoor spaces, are now compulsory outside. Photo: AP
Public gatherings are now limited to two instead of four. In-restaurant dining, previously permitted until 6pm, is now banned altogether. Face masks, already required in public indoor spaces, are now compulsory outside. Photo: AP
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We should all adhere to the new measures to combat coronavirus

  • The tougher rules, particularly those governing crews manning ships, could have come earlier, but it’s still not too late to turn the tide

Public gatherings are now limited to two instead of four. In-restaurant dining, previously permitted until 6pm, is now banned altogether. Face masks, already required in public indoor spaces, are now compulsory outside. Photo: AP Public gatherings are now limited to two instead of four. In-restaurant dining, previously permitted until 6pm, is now banned altogether. Face masks, already required in public indoor spaces, are now compulsory outside. Photo: AP
Public gatherings are now limited to two instead of four. In-restaurant dining, previously permitted until 6pm, is now banned altogether. Face masks, already required in public indoor spaces, are now compulsory outside. Photo: AP
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