August has unleashed some really scorching days across the Baltics. Mingling in the crowds of beachgoers in Palanga, Jurmala or Saaremaa, the nation-branding resorts in Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia respectively, or sizing up the tons of people on the beaches from a socially safe distance, if it is possible, you wouldn’t even suspect that the COVID-19 pandemic has not just abated recently, but, frighteningly, has been picking up speed – and new victims – throughout August.
However, the policies the Baltic States have in effect against the contagious viru...
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