VILNIUS – The Lithuanian government is ready to consider gradually relaxing quarantine requirements for trading and catering venues if the situation around the spread of the coronavirus remains stable, Health Minister Aurelijus Veryga says, adding, however, it's still too soon to speak about specific steps.
"If we manage to maintain certain stability, then we could open that gate a bit more for our residents to be able to access more services," the minister told a press conference on Thursday. "We cannot speak about relaxing certain restrictions a...
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