VILNIUS – The Lithuanian government plans to end the ongoing lockdown on June 17 but it would be replaced by a state-level emergency situation, Prime Minister Saulius Skvernelis says.
"Today, the COVID–19 committee discussed a potential plan on exiting the quarantine regime. If the epidemiological situation does not change for the worse in Lithuania, this plan would see the introduction of a different legal regime, i.e., a state-level emergency situation," the prime minister posted on Facebook on Wednesday.
"We have a prelimin...
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