VILNIUS – The Lithuanian government is set on Wednesday to consider extending the existing lockdown until May 11 but will also lift certain restrictions and allow certain businesses and institutions to reopen.
The Cabinet will consider a proposal to allow businesses where people's contact would last more than 20 minutes, as allowed now, to reopen. If such a decision is made, outdoor cafes, some providers of beauty services, the organizers of driving exams will be allowed to resume their operation, alongside golf, tennis and other sports premises, outdoor zoos, b...
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