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Published 04.06.2020 11:56
In Mauritius, a chemical company has launched a disinfection tunnel designed by Mauritian engineers.
The company, Blychem created to the device to disinfect people as they enter office, meeting, and entertainment spaces, in order to prevent the spread of Covid-19. The tunnel is capable of fully disinfecting a person, their clothes and personal belongings in five to seven seconds.
Unemployment, ,
Published 03.06.2020 17:40
In Mauritius the government has launched a Covid-19 action plan to preserve cultural life and support artists.
The action plan includes 13 emergency interventions which will be valid for six months. These measures include holding weekly online concerts and monthly online theatre performances paid for by the government, as well as supporting virtual art exhibitions and commissioning street art.
Health,
Published 08.05.2020 15:51
Mauritius rolls out mass testing, with the aim to screen over 100,000 people over two weeks.
Mass testing with immediate quarantine of infectious people and their contacts would allow the country’s lockdown to be gradually released while protecting lives and controlling the epidemic. The country has also conducted rapid testing training. A total of 50 teams will be involved in the mass screenings.  The capacity of…
Lockdown, ,
Published 17.05.2020 21:00
In Mauritius the government has announced that Covid-19 curfew has been extended to 1st June.
Schools will remain closed till 1st August. Under the curfew order which began on the 23rd of March everyone except public officers and essential service personnel, are expected to remain within their homes. Prime Minister, Mr. Pravind Kumar Jugnauth made the extension announcement on the 1st of May but further…
Unemployment,
Published 27.04.2020 06:36
In Mauritius, the government extends financial assistance to the private sector and self-employed.
Among the key economic responses to limit the human and economic impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, the government has earmarked Rs 4 billion (approximately US $100 million) for the extension of the Wage Assistance Scheme to cover the month of April 2020, and an additional sum of Rs 500 million…

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