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Ethiopia relaxes some regulations put in place to fight coronavirus

Ministry of Health has announced today that the nation has relaxed some regulations put in place by the government to fight the coronavirus pandemic.

The Health Minister, Dr. Lia Tadesse has announced improvements on guidelines of the state of emergency decree declared in response to COVID 19 in several aspects.

According to the improvements funeral ceremonies over COVID 19 deaths could be arranged by the community as per precautions set to prevent spread of the virus.

And families of the victims can arrange funerals before post mortem results are issued from clinical laboratories. But, the number of people allowed attending funeral remains fifteen, Dr. Liya said.

The improvement privileges people who test positive for the virus to have caregivers around them in treatment centers based on their preferences

Passengers from abroad who hold COVID 19 negative certificate are mandated to isolate themselves only to three days after they give samples, and stay for 14 days at home before joining the community.

The mandatory quarantine days up on arrival from abroad are reduced from 14 days to 7 days, according to improvements of regulations.

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