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In Iraq were allowed to resume work at the airports from July 23

The Iraqi authorities have decided to resume July 23, the operation of the airports, which were closed earlier in the epidemic of the coronavirus, and also to reduce the curfew, which will soon be abolished completely, said Thursday the High Committee for health and security of Iraq.

"Decided to resume work at the airports on July 23," - it is told in received RIA Novosti news Agency the statement of the Committee.

Will also be open for commercial traffic checkpoint Safwan border with Kuwait and closed in March, CPT al-Seib and El Mansuriya on the border with Iran, told the Committee.

"Decided to reduce the validity of the curfew - from 21.30 to 06.00 (same as GMT), and open shopping centers in compliance with preventive measures", - stated in the message. While the curfew is planned to cancel after the Muslim holiday of Eid al-Adha (celebrated according to the lunar calendar, it is the end of this year account for approximately 2-3 August - ed.).

In Iraq since March, curfew imposed in the framework of the fight against the epidemic of coronavirus, suspended domestic and international flights partially resumed by the authorities in connection with the necessity to return of citizens from abroad.

According to the latest data of the Ministry of health in Iraq was more than 86 thousand cases of infection of the coronavirus, including 3522 fatal. Recovered more than 54 thousand people.

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