VILNIUS – Lithuania's police have warned they might need to tighten the control of public places where many people gather to ensure compliance with the ongoing quarantine introduced in Lithuania to slow the spread of the coronavirus.
Police Commissioner General Renatas Pozela says people gathering in parks and leisure zones and children playing together pose threat, and officers might have to make "authoritative decisions" if the situation doesn’t change.
"Not everyone realizes the threats. We see yards full of children, w...
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