Kirkuk: Crisis Cell extends curfew until April 11 and reduces rents by 50 percent

Kirkuk, Crisis Cell meeting, March 28.

Karwan Salehi- Kirkuk

Ali Hamadi, Kirkuk governor assistant, announced that The Crisis Cell has decided to extedn the curfew until April 11 and reduce rents by 50 percent.

The decision was made in a meeting of The Crisis Cell held today March 28, with the presence of the Kirkuk Acting Governor Rakan Al Jabouri, numerous parliament members.

Hamadi said, “several decisions were made for coming days. The curfew was exnteded until April 11 like other provinces.

He also reaffirmed “the reduction of rents by 50 percent, decreasing the price of internet services by 25 percent, and reopening the malls and the Bazaars from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

The bakeries will be allowed to open form 9 a.m. up to 3:0 p.m.

The Crisis Cell also obliges the local generators to reduce their electricity service in all the neighborhood. “We have asked the owners of the generators to forgive families that are facing financial difficulties.”

Three public gas stations will be opened, Sharqiya, Aqaba Bn Naf’, and Andalous, according to the decisions.

From now on, vehicles who are selling heating gas should change their music to medical instructions to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.

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