80% commitment of first day of curfew

The Interior Authority in the Autonomous Administration of the North and East of  Syria indicated that people interacted with the decisions and procedures to 80%  of the curfew on the first day. He noted that violations of procedures will be held accountable legally.

At 6:00 a.m., a curfew was announced in all areas of northeastern Syria as part of the second phase to prevent the outbreak of the Coronavirus in the region.

"The curfew came into effect this morning after it was preceded by a ban on movement between cities and the Autonomous Administrations and the civil administrations, while exceptions were made in the early morning hours," said Ali Hajjo, the co-chair of the Interior Authority in the Autonomous Administration of the North and East of Syria, in a statement to Hawar News Agency.

As for the medical conditions, farmers, emergency centers, municipalities, as well as the media." As for the mechanism used by the internal security forces to implement the decision, Hajjo noted that there are several measures taken by the forces to implement curfews, including patrolling and the deployment of roadblocks in public and secondary streets in coordination with traffic.

On the first day of the resolution implementation, Hajjo said: " On the first day, our people committed 80% with the curfew, the decisions that were made about the ban."

 "There were several irregularities on the first day that our forces tolerated on the first day, for the safety of our people and our people," he said, adding that the forces would deal seriously with the violators from now on.

 Hajjo called on the people to abide by the decisions of the Democratic Autonomous Administration and said: "The forces will not tolerate any violations that may arise in the coming days."

According to the democratic the Autonomous Administration of the North and East of Syria, the ban prevents movement between the city's neighborhoods and limits the movement on the few people to secure their living supplies only.

"The cases where a person is allowed to move within the city are only when necessary to shop for daily living and living supplies such as bread, vegetables and other foodstuffs only in the early hours of the morning, and for medical conditions," he said.

"In the event of violation, he will be held accountable by the internal security ," Hajjo said.

At the end of his telephone statement with Hawar News Agency, Ali Hajjo, addressed a letter to the people of the region, saying: "Our message to our people in northeastern Syria is to abide by the decisions of the Autonomous Administration for their own safety. We call on our people "With the help of the internal security forces in implementing this decision, and not to underestimate the disease, for their own safety."



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