Interior Ministry proposes making face masks in closed public spaces mandatory for non-EU citizens arriving in Latvia

  • 2020-07-14
  • LETA/TBT Staff
RIGA - Citizens of non-EU countries will be obliged to wear face masks in closed public spaces for two weeks after their arrival in Latvia under draft amendments proposed by the Interior Ministry. The government is expected to decide on the draft amendments to the law on containing the spread of Covid-19 at the weekly Cabinet meeting today.  Establishments like shops, cafes, restaurants, as well as public transport are all considered closed public spaces, according to the draft legislation.  Upon arrival in Latvia, non-EU ci...
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