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Sonangol to punish street workers instead of quarantining

The state oil company has warned its workers that they are required to comply with quarantine that they will be "severely and disciplinarily" punished if they are found walking on the street, according to a press release.


The Board of Directors of Sonangol found that some employees covered by the quarantine that has been in force since this Tuesday due to the covid-19 “have not followed the guidance of staying at home, being seen circulating in the city, as well as in public and public places. recreation".

The oil company's management therefore asks the company's management to make efforts to control the teams, urging them to comply with the preventive measures under penalty of being held responsible.

Sonangol also warns that it is not responsible “for any constraints” that non-compliant employees may have with the forces of order and security.

Angola has three confirmed cases of infection with the new coronavirus responsible for the covid-19 pandemic, which has already infected more than 386,000 people worldwide, including a Sonangol administrator, of whom 17,000 have died.

After appearing in China in December, the outbreak spread across the world, prompting the World Health Organization to declare a pandemic.


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