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The Supreme Committee for Health Emergencies decides to suspend studies in all universities and schools for a month

Khartoum | Times of Sudan

It is expected that the number of cases will rise to one hundred thousand infections in the first and second weeks of June.

The Supreme Committee for Health Emergencies decided, in its meeting No. (103), which was held in the Friendship Hall, on Tuesday, headed by Dr. Siddiq Tower, the alternate chairperson of the committee, to suspend studies in all universities and schools for a month from the date of the decision, and to stop collective prayers and rituals in all places of worship.

It also decided to prevent all arrivals from all crossings from the state of India directly or from other countries who were in India during the past fourteen days.

In a statement issued this evening, the committee decided to reduce the number of workers in various work institutions according to the assessment of the decision-maker in the institution, taking into account the conditions of people with chronic diseases, the elderly, and special cases such as pregnant and lactating women and others.

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