Romania extends the state of alert. What restrictions remain in place
The extended alert status of the Government enters into force on Wednesday, January 13th. There will be no new restrictions, but no relaxation measures.
The National Committee for Emergency Situations adopted in Monday’s meeting the decision number 3, by which it proposed to the Government to prolong the alert state on the Romanian territory, as well as the measures for preventing the spread of SARS-CoV-2 virus infection applied so far.
What restrictions remain in place
The alert status implies the maintenance of the following restrictions:
- Obligation to wear a protective mask in public spaces, at work, in commercial premises, as well as in public transport, for all persons who have reached the age of 5,
- Weekly testing of care and support staff, specialized and auxiliary staff working in residential care and assistance centers for the elderly, residential centers for children and adults, with and without disabilities, as well as for other vulnerable groups,
- Prohibitions on the organization and conduct of rallies, demonstrations, processions, concerts or other types of meetings in open spaces, as well as meetings of the nature of cultural, scientific, artistic, sporting or entertainment activities in closed spaces, maintaining the prohibition of holding meetings on the occasion of holidays, anniversaries, parties in closed spaces and / or open, public and / or private, etc.
- Sports competitions can take place without spectators, cinemas and entertainment institutions may be opened with the participation of the public up to 50% of the maximum capacity of the space if the cumulative incidence in the last 14 days of cases in counties / localities is less than or equal to 1.5 / 1,000 inhabitants, with the participation up to 30% of the maximum capacity of the space, if the cumulative incidence in the last 14 days of the cases in the county / locality is higher than 1.5 and less than or equal to 3 / 1,000 inhabitants and are closed when the incidence exceeds 3 / 1,000 inhabitants.
- The activity of religious cults, including collective services and prayers, takes place inside and / or outside places of worship in compliance with the rules of health protection.
- Prohibition of organizing private events (weddings, baptisms, festive meals, etc.) indoors such as, but not limited to, salons, cultural centers, restaurants, bars, cafes, event halls / tents.
The authorities shall keep temporarily, in whole or in part, the following state border crossing points: at the Romanian-Hungarian border: Carei, Satu Mare county, at the Romanian-Bulgarian border: Lipniţa, Constanţa county, Dobromir, Constanţa and Bechet county, Dolj county (except freight traffic), at the Romanian-Ukrainian border: Isaccea, Tulcea county (except freight traffic), at the Romanian border with the Republic of Moldova: Rădăuţi-Prut, Botoşani county, at the Romanian-Serbian border: Moldova Nouă, Caraş-Severin county, Vălcani, Timiş county, Stamora-Moraviţa, Timiş county – railway ( except for freight traffic), Lunga, Timiş County and Foeni, Timiş County.
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