RIGA - Prime Minister Krisjanis Karins (New Unity) on Thursday called on people to practice physical distancing and meet with relatives "remotely" during the upcoming Easter holidays.
The prime minister told journalists that people will have plenty of free time during the holidays but warned that Covid-19 disease has no holidays, so people have to remember that this time visiting friends and relatives, especially elderly ones, is out of question.
"Let's protect our parents and grandparents from the risk of getting infected...
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