The President of the Republic of Burkina Faso, Roch Marc Christian Kaboré, has revised the curfew measures imposed on the country as part of measures on easing restrictions on movement.

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In the press release, that first gentleman of the land noted the lifting of curfew takes effect from June 3 but added that communities under state of emergency remain under curfew as part of measures against terrorism.

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Burkina Faso has so far recorded 847 Corona virus cases with 719 recoveries and sadly, 53 deaths.

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On 27th May, Burkina Faso announced that all students in examination classes will be returning to schools today, 1st June, 2020.

See press statement:

Press Statement

Source: GhanaRocks.com

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