The capital was quieter today from the hustle and bustle on Saturday morning after the government yesterday announced a closure of the Suva Nausori corridor through Monday May 3 at 4 a.m. to people ahead of the coronavirus outbreak One of the largest markets in Fiji – Suva Municipal Market, which was always lively and lively on a Saturday morning, was lifeless with no soul in sight.

There was no one to be seen in the street , who was waiting for street dwellers at the bus station and others who had slept the night before.

However, our hard-working police officers repaired checkpoints in the capital, and some government vehicles could be seen on our streets.

Want this closure we don’t, but it must be done in the fight against the virus.

In this way, we can effectively suppress and contain the spread of the virus and treat new cases effectively.