The Government of Lesotho has announced that the country will go into lockdown from midnight on 29 March 2020 to 21 April 2020 as a measure in the fights against the coronavirus pandemic. Only the following essential services will remain operational during the lockdown in Lesotho: health, security, special banking, grocery shops, pharmacies, water, power and fuel. Lesotho’s borders with South Africa will be closed during the lockdown but those supplying goods will be allowed in at commercial borders.
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