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On March 3, the government of Eritrea announced they will quarantine travelers for 14 days coming from countries which are heavily affected by the coronavirus, such as Iran, France, China, and South Korea. This mandatory quarantine period has to be fulfilled in a local hospital.
After reporting cases of Covid19-infections on March 24, the country stepped up measures and announced a complete ban on all commercial passenger flights to and from Eritrea as of March 25. This ban has been imposed for a period of two weeks until further review.
On March 27, a complete nationwide lockdown of the country began in an attempt to stop the spreading of the coronavirus in the country. So far, five cases of infections have been reported by authorities. Eritrean authorities suspended all public transport and forbid the travel between towns and cities.
This lockdown also means the closure of all schools and universities. Social gatherings of more than 10 people have been banned.
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Last validated on March 27, 2020:27 March: Eritrea announced a complete stop on all commercial passenger traffic coming in or out of the country. Also, traveling between towns and cities is no longer allowed and public gatherings with 10 or more people have been banned.
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