Commission for Infectious Diseases recommends lifting mandatory isolation and indoor face masks

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The Commission for Infectious Diseases decided to reduce the restrictive measures and recommended two new measures on a regular meeting on Wednesday.

“The Commission proposes lifting of mandatory wearing of face masks indoors. Exceptions to this measure are health facilities, nursing homes, pharmacies and public transport. Citizens can wear masks if they want, but we propose that it should not be mandatory any longer,” said Commission for Infectious Diseases.

Asked by the media, the Commission explained that this measure will also apply to teachers, i.e. they will no longer be obliged to wear a protective face masks.

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