Prime Minister Gaston Browne says the rate of COVID-19 infection in Antigua and Barbuda has dropped.
He told Pointe FM that Cabinet will decide this week to reduce the curfew hours to as late as 11.p.m.
Browne said this is in the best interest of restauranteurs and other vendor who have been hit hard by the restrictive 8.p.m curfew.
The Cabinet will also give consideration to allowing bars to open for limited hours, and for restaurants to serve guests for a longer period each day.
However, these relaxations, should they come, will strictly enforce whatever conditions are imposed, supported by fines for those who disregard the rules.
Achieving normalcy gradually is the object of the Cabinet policy-making, supported by the science not guesswork.
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