RIGA - The deputy head of For Development's group at Saeima Vita Anda Terauda hopes that the current Covid-19 restrictions will allow to avoid even harsher ones in the future.
Asked about the need to introduce a military lockdown to limit the spread of Covid-19, which would limit non-essential movement during the day, Terauda expressing his personal opinion, told LETA that the current restrictions are already very strict.
The politician pointed out that the positive vaccination rates give hope that as the coverage of people who are vaccinated continues to increase, it will not be necessary to introduce even stricter restrictions.
Terauda stressed that further action will have to be judged on the basis of the situation on the ground, closer to the end of the current lockdown, which is November 15. After receiving this data, it will be necessary to listen to the views of epidemiologists, the politician pointed out.