The Lithuanian government has decided in the beginning of October to introduce a local lockdown in Raseiniai District, Western Lithuania, for two weeks, starting from October 9. The measures applied by the district's local authority until now, i.e. the requirement to wear facemasks, to work and study from home, etc., will now be complemented by a midnight curfew for public catering and entertainment venues and restrictions on the number of people in shops. Health Minister Aurelijus Veryga said at the government’s meeting adding that the COVID-19 incidence in the district reached 1...
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