11 May 2020, 13:09
LPR lifts some COVID-19 restrictions across major part of Republic
LUGANSK, May 11 (Lugansk Media Centre) – The LPR emergency committee on prevention of the COVID-19 spread has allowed to reopen markets, kindergartens, hairdressers and to resume public passenger traffic.
"At the todays meeting, the emergency committee has decided to lift some COVID-19 restrictions for the most part of the Republic," the document reads.
Starting from May 13, food markets, retailers (working on markets, in trade centers), beauty centers, public transport system, pre-school educational institutions return to normal operation on condition of strictly implementing anti-COVID-19 requirements, such as providing maximum social distance, regular disinfection, monitoring employees' health.
LuganskMediaCentre — 11 May — Lugansk
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