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Places of worship to open at 70%


Sep 16, 2021 08:07:50 PM

All places of worship can open for fully vaccinated people after 70 per cent of the target population is vaccinated.
Workplaces, tertiary institutions, hotels, restaurants, cafés, cinemas, gyms, pools and tattoo parlours can also open, Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama said today..
Bainimarama in a press conference tonight said when the doors of these venues open, all other coronavirus-safe measures must be strictly enforced.
He said this means masks must be worn, two metres of physical distance should be maintained where possible and careFIJI must be installed on everyone’s phones.
“These relaxations are not for anyone to tread carelessly. We’re introducing new regulations that allow for spot checks on venues, businesses and houses of worship,” Bainimarama said.
“Those who do not respect these measures risk serious fines or being shut down. I repeat you will be fined heavily or shut down if you do not follow these regulations.
“My fellow Fijians, we must wield these new freedoms responsibly. Our journey to the new normal is a marathon, not a sprint.
“We have to move forward in step with the science at a careful and responsible pace. This war is not over and the defence is to continue to test, trace, and isolate positive patients.
“So, if you are feeling unwell, please stay home and please continue to keep a careful eye on those most vulnerable –– the elderly and those with underlying health conditions,” he said.
Bainimarama said community leaders should continue to keep careful track of who exits and enters their communities.
He said employers should continue to enforce coronavirus safe practices for their staff and their customers.
Bainimarama said leaders in houses of worship should be sure their devotees are adhering to coronavirus-safe practices as well.

Places of worship to open at 70% By Nacanieli Tuilevuka


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