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Curfew hours remain 11pm - 4am

Curfew hours remain 11pm - 4am

By Naveel Krishant
Sunday 14/11/2021
[Photo: File]

Curfew hours will remain from 11pm-4am.

The Ministry of Health says they had expected to fully vaccinate 90% of the eligible adult population in Fiji by 13th November 2021.

Once the 90% threshold was confirmed, the curfew hours were to move to 12 am - 4 am from Sunday 14 November 2021.

They say unfortunately, logistical issues posed challenges in vaccinating the remaining 10% of vaccine eligible adults. The Ministry's' expectation of reaching 90% was not achieved over the weekend.

They will continue with their vaccination efforts tomorrow, Monday 15 November 2021 and review the data mid-week.



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