VILNIUS – Lithuania would back softening of self-isolation requirements for incoming people by increasing the rate threshold that makes self-isolation mandatory, Lithuanian Prime Minister Saulius Skvernelis says, adding that a common position of the EU or at least the Baltic states is needed for that.
"Speaking of countries that are subjected to self-isolation, in fact there are not that many countries where people coming from them need to do that, there are two or three left. That's why, of course, we expect a common European decision," Skvernelis tol...
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