Macedonia lifts indoor face mask mandate


After the General Coordination Crisis Staff (GCCS) adopted the conclusions of the Commission for Infectious Diseases Tuesday morning, the Government at today’s regular sessions adopted new COVID measures that, among other things, abolish the wearing of face masks indoors.
This information was published by the First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Political System and Inter-Community Relations Artan Grubi on social media.
The new government decisions lift the mandate for mandatory indoor face masks except in healthcare centers, pharmacies, public transportation (bus, train, plane, taxi), institutions for care of the elderly and people with special needs; high school students to attend in-person classes without the need to wear protective masks.

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