On 10 June 2020, President Adama Barrow extended the nationwide state of emergency imposed to contain the spread of COVID-19 through at least 1 July. All borders remain closed and commercial flights to and from Gambia remain suspended. However, Barrow recently eased some restrictions and allowed religious centers and markets to reopen. Markets are permitted to operate daily from 0600 to 1800 local time/UTC. Currently, there are 28 confirmed COVID-19 cases nationwide, including one death.