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“AUTHORITIES TO LIFT CURFEW FROM EARLY TOMORROW MORNING”

The National Disaster Management Office has advised that the curfew currently in effect will be lifted on Monday 22 February at 5.30am. With the lifting of the curfew, all public
21 Feb 2016 16:09
“AUTHORITIES TO LIFT CURFEW FROM EARLY TOMORROW MORNING”
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The National Disaster Management Office has advised that the curfew currently in effect will be lifted on Monday 22 February at 5.30am.

With the lifting of the curfew, all public transportation will resume services from 5.30am tomorrow.

All those engaged in essential services are still permitted to travel around the country provided that they have access to a travelling pass issued by the Fiji Police Force.

All civil servants are to report to work on Monday 22 February. Permanent Secretaries and Heads of Departments have the discretion to monitor and assess the situation with respect to the opening of their respective offices and attendance of staff, depending on the restoration of public utilities. In exercising the discretion ,the Permanent Secretaries and Heads of Departments must ensure that necessary services are made available to all Fijians at the soonest.

All Permanent Secretaries and Heads of Departments must ensure the safety and security of all government premises and personnel.

The Disaster Office will continue to monitor the situation and update the public.

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