Stricter quarantine measures come into force on Monday, April 6
The decision was adopted today by the Cabinet of Ministers amending its Resolution 211 of March 11.
In particular, the following is prohibited: 1) from 6 April 2020, being in public without a mask or respirator; 2) from 6 April 2020, walking in groups of more than two persons (except for exigency of business and accompanying children); 3) being in public places for persons under 14 years of age without adult supervision; 4) visiting parks, squares, recreation areas, other than pet walking and exigency of business; 5) visiting sports and children's playgrounds; 6) holding any mass events; 7) being outside without identification documents certifying citizenship or special status; 8) leaving the places of observation (isolation) without permission: - persons requiring self-isolation are: persons who have had contact with a patient with COVID-19, except for persons who were using means of personal protectiion in connection with the performance of their duties; persons suspected of being infected or persons infected with COVID-19 who do not require hospitalization; persons aged 60 or older, except for those carrying out activities to prevent the spread of COVID-19, ensuring operation of critical infrastructure facilities.
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