The emergency situation in Latvia due to Covid-19 has been extended until June 9, but the strict restrictions set in advance have been relaxed – gatherings of up to 25 groups of people are allowed, observing a distance of two meters. Restrictions will take effect on May 12.
- The emergency has been extended until 9 June.
- It is allowed to gather up to 25 people, subject to distance and safety.
- Organized indoor events will not last more than 3 hours.
- There are no restrictions on the number of people at events where the visitor is in a car.
- Subject to conditions, it will be possible to organize non-contact sports classes in groups of up to 25 people.
- It is mandatory to use a nose and mouth mask on public transport.
- On-site consultations at an educational institution in preparation for state examinations are allowed.
- Face-to-face consultations in an educational institution for 9th grade students are allowed.
- Subject to safety, on-the-job training in sports orientation and sports interests is permitted.
- Kindergartens will be open to five-year-olds and six-year-olds in pre-school education.
- Leisure and entertainment venues, including restaurants, will be open from 7.00 to 24.00
- It is allowed to organize tourism services for travel only in Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia.
- The government has not yet decided on international passenger transport.
The first new case of coronavirus infection in more than a month has been discovered in the Chinese city of Wuhan, where the coronavirus pandemic broke out, China’s National Health Commission said on Sunday.
The strict quarantine regime, which lasted 54 days in France to limit the spread of the new coronavirus, officially ends on Monday, but many of the restrictions remain in place.
A record number of new confirmed cases of coronavirus infection was registered in Russia last day – more than 11,000, and thus the total number of infections exceeded 200,000, the operative headquarters for the fight against Covid-19 informed on Sunday.
The number of people infected with the new corona virus in the world has exceeded four million, according to information compiled by the news agency Reuters.
Law enforcement officers of the Riga Regional Office of the State Police have detained a woman who in March and April of this year offered to buy non-existent medical masks and disinfectants on the social network “Facebook”, thus deceiving the population, the State Police informs. Be careful. Don’t by masks on internet if you are not sure where they come from or from whom you are purchasing them!!!!