Restrictions as of 4th of May

Restrictions are gradually lifted from 4th of May.
Restrictions are gradually lifted from 4th of May.

As of 4 May, larger gatherings will be limited to 50 people, instead of 20. Service providers, such as hair salons and dentists, will be able to open their doors again. High schools and universities will reopen with certain limitations, while elementary schools and preschools will return to normal. The decision is based on the recommendations of the Chief Epidemiologist.

Main changes from 4th of May

Limits on large gatherings will go from 20 to 50 people. The two-meter social distancing rule will still be in effect.

Schools and preschools will operate normally.

High schools and universities will reopen, but the 50-person limit and two-meter social distancing measures apply.

Various services: Hair salons, massage parlours, physical therapy clinics, beauty parlours, museums, and other similar services can reopen, but are to maintain the two-meter social distancing rule as possible.

Healthcare: Healthcare and dental practices (elective surgery excluded) will resume.

Organized sports activities for children are permitted outdoors with limitations:

  • Groups will be limited to no more than 50 children.
  • Participants are to keep two meters apart as possible, especially in older age groups.

Other organized sports activities are permitted outdoors with limitations:

  • No more than four individuals can train or play together.
  • Touching is prohibited, and individuals are to stay two meters apart.
  • The use of shared equipment should be limited, and all equipment sanitized after every use.

The following measures will remain in effect:

  • Exemptions for economically significant companies will remain unchanged.
  • As before, grocery stores and pharmacies can allow up to 100 people to enter their establishments simultaneously.
  • Swimming pools and gym facilities will remain closed.
  • Nightclubs, bars, and similar businesses will remain closed.
  • The Directorate of Health’s instructions regarding the postponement of elective surgeries will remain in effect.

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