may allow gym classes and open indoor cafes

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Today, at an extraordinary meeting, the Cabinet of Ministers will review the measures of epidemiological safety.

This week, the Operations Management Group explored the possibility of revising the epidemiological safety measures. Prime Minister Krisjanis Karins said that on Thursday the Cabinet of Ministers will discuss the revision of epidemiological safety measures, but refrained from mentioning specific measures.

In turn, the director of the State Chancellery Janis Tsitskovskis said that the group headed by him is working according to a four-stage plan, which provides for the gradual easing of restrictions taking into account the epidemiological situation.

In particular, third stage provides that with a two-week cumulative incidence no more than 250 cases per 100,000 population may be Restrictions on individual gym sessions have been revised.

Also provided full opening of the beauty industry and the possibility of providing indoor catering services, outdoor events with a limited number of visitors.

Last week, the government passed a second phase of relaxation, allowing large shopping malls to operate and libraries, museums and cultural sites to welcome individual visitors. Restrictions on private events have also been relaxed.


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