Certificates to enter shopping malls abolished – pregnant women to go back to work


Abolition of the measure for mandatory possession of a COVID-19 certificate for entering shopping malls / malls, certificate for COVID-19 instead of 45 to last 180 days and abolition of the decision by which pregnant women are released from work and work obligations with physical presence at work place, are the proposals of the Main Coordination Crisis Staff to deal with the consequences of COVID-19 which came as recommendations of the Commission for Infectious Diseases, and were accepted by the Government at a session on Tuesday.

In accordance with the proposals, the Government decided to abolish the measure for mandatory possession of COVID-19 certificate for entry into shopping malls, for which it remains mandatory to wear protective masks, while the obligation for mandatory possession of COVID-19 certificate remains for entry into restaurants where food and drinks are served, which are part of shopping malls, said the government press service.

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