Lockdown Level 1: What you need to know at a glance
The president announced the much-anticipated relaxation of lockdown regulations on Wednesday evening (16 September 2020).
While the country moves to Level 1 from midnight on Sunday 20 September, changes to international travel rules kick in on 1 October.
Here's the presidency's summary of changed rules under Level 1:
Source : https://www.123rf.com/photo_142136012_people-in-airport-are-wearing-masks-to-protect-themselves-from-virus.html
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