Barbados’ curfew and several other COVID-19-related measures have been extended.
That’s according to the Emergency Management COVID-19 Curfew #20 Directive, 2021.
The 9 p.m. to 5 a.m. curfew has been extended until November 7th.
As has been the case for several months now, several types of gatherings remain prohibited.
These include fetes, graduations, private party, banquets and balls, among other things.
However, certain outdoor events, such as limes and picnics are permitted, up to a maximum of twenty people.
Churches are allowed to hold in-person service, subject to certain conditions, based in part on the facilities.
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