Also, according to the decision, it is allowed to organize weddings, parties in open spaces, terraces and courtyards up to a maximum of 100 people, and not more than 50 percent of the capacity of the space and 6 people at the table.
Tomorrow in Northern Macedonia the decisions for mitigation of antiCOVID measures will enter into force, namely the removal of masks in open spaces, grouping of people, allowing weddings and others, while the curfew will remain in force for two more weeks.
Today, the Central Crisis Staff has accepted the recommendations of the Commission for Infectious Diseases and proposes them for approval at tomorrow’s session of the Government.
From June 1, it is allowed to remove the mask in public spaces, with the recommendation that the mask be kept if the number of people is higher than 6 people. “Measures remain in place for the mask to be worn on public transport, taxis and in all enclosed spaces, such as department stores, shops and closed centers,” said the Central Headquarters of the Crisis.
At the meeting of the Crisis Staff, taking into account the drastic reduction of figures and active cases, the public is allowed even in sports events which are held in open spaces up to 30 percent, of the total capacity of visitors, respecting the distance between visitors from 1.5 to 2 meters.
“It is allowed to organize weddings, parties in open spaces, terraces and courtyards up to a maximum of 100 people, and not more than 50 percent of the capacity of the space and 6 people at the table. “Music will be allowed during the organization of weddings, in accordance with the adequate protocol, but not dancing,” said the Central Headquarters of the Crisis, transmits EO, reports Albinfo.ch.
Sanctions will be active until the decision of the Government enters into force and citizens are urged to be careful about each antiCOVID measure, as tolerance towards them will be zero.
During the last 24 hours, 218 misdemeanors for not wearing a mask were registered. Meanwhile, 27 people were fined for violating the ban on free movement during curfew last night.