Lithuanian interior minister hopes to agree with Latvia on isolation exceptions for workers

  • 2020-09-03
  • LETA/BNS/TBT Staff
VILNIUS - As Latvia plans to introduce mandatory self-isolation for people coming from Lithuania, Lithuanian Interior Minister Rita Tamasuniene hopes to agree with the neighboring country on exceptions for people going to Latvia for work-related reasons. "With no doubt, we will ask for those exceptions we now have with Poland. We have an exception for people going for work or agriculture-related reasons as we have border farmers. They are under an exception and do not to self-isolate," Tamasuniene told journalists on Thursday. "I also bel...
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