VILNIUS - Facemasks will no longer be mandatory in Lithuanian retail stores and places of public events starting on Wednesday, but physical distance and hygiene requirements remain in place, according to a decree signed by Health Minister Aurelijus Veryga on Tuesday.
Services providers, retailers, and leisure and entertainment venues will have to ensure that at least 1-meter distances are maintained between people, to provide hand sanitizer for customers to use, and to regularly disinfect and air premises.
People displaying symptoms, such as...
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