VILNIUS – The Lithuanian government on Wednesday extended the existing quarantine for another two weeks but relaxed some conditions.
"The quarantine regime is extended until April 27, 12 p.m..," Health Minister Aurelijus Veryga, who proposed the motion, told a government sitting today.
The government also allowed selling plants, seeds and fertilizers outdoors in specialized places. Up until now, any trading activity, excluding the sale of foods, essential goods, like fuel, has been barred.
Ministers also relaxed condit...
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