VILNIUS - The Lithuanian government on Wednesday further eased coronavirus lockdown restrictions: it will no longer be mandatory to wear face masks in open public spaces from Thursday, bars, cafes and restaurants will be allowed to serve customers indoors from next Monday, and students will start returning to classrooms in a week and a half.
Masks in open public spaces remain a recommendation, but not a requirement, except for places where people tend to crowd, such as open-air markets, public transport stops, events and excursions.
Wearing masks remain...
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