Seychelles: Restrictions Return in Seychelles, Forcing Schools to Close, Ban On Sports, Groups

All educational institutions in Seychelles closed on Tuesday for three weeks as the health authority re-introduced societal restrictions to curb an increase in COVID-19 transmissions.

While state and some private schools are currently on holiday, other private schools and post secondary institutions had been open and now must close. Daycare and childminding services will remain open for now.

The re-introduced restrictions include earlier closure of shops, bars and casinos, a ban on commemoration…


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