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Lesotho Eases Lockdown Restrictions With No Coronavirus Cases

A health official measures temperatures of motorists in Maseru, Lesotho on March 10.

Photographer: Molise Molise/AFP via Getty Images

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Lesotho, which has no reported cases of Covid-19, will ease restrictions implemented as part of a two-week lockdown from midnight Tuesday.

Businesses, public services and state companies will resume operations, along with some classes in primary and high schools and all tertiary institutions, Prime Minister Thomas Thabane said in an address broadcast on state television and radio.

Churches can conduct services provided attendance is restricted to 50 people at a time.


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