Guatemala extends coronavirus-related restrictions, including curfew, until May 4
Buenos Aires/Sputnik/UNI: The Guatemalan authorities extended the disaster regime due to the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19), including curfew, until May 4, the country's government said.
"The special presidential powers due to the disaster regime have been extended until May 4 to avoid the spread of the virus," it said.
In particular, the curfew in the country from 18:00 to 04:00 remains, it is necessary to wear masks in public places, shopping centers will still be closed, religious services and other events involving a large number of people are banned.
Guatemala has 500 confirmed coronavirus cases, with 15 deaths and 49 recoveries.
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