Moldova's Commission for Emergency Situations introduces new restrictions for period of emergency state
20:42 | 01.04.2021 Category: Social
Chisinau, 1 April /MOLDPRES/ - The Commission for Emergency Situations (CSE) of Moldova, at a today’s meeting, introduced new restrictions valid for the period of the emergency state, decreed in Moldova for the period 1 April – 30 May. The measures were announced by acting Prime Minister Aureliu Ciocoi, who is the chairman of the commission.
According to the official, CSE’s Instruction No 1 confirms the validity of the decisions by the National Extraordinary Public Health Commission (CNESP), adding also other restrictive measures as to the administrative and social organization in state. Thus, the Commission instructed that any economic unit, no matter the form of legal organization and statute, it if infringes the epidemiological norms and poses public danger, will suspend its work on the period of the emergency state fully or some entities or subdivisions will suspend the activity.
As far as the education system is concerned, Ciocoi said that the Commission members had remained on the position that the education process would take place online in the settlements where the COVID-19 infection rate stands at 100 infections per 100,000 residents, which implies red code of alert. ‘’The provision regards the primary, gymnasium and lyceum education, except for the pre-school one. The kindergartens will continue working, so that we do not create problems to the parents employed and who have no one to leave home to take care of their children,’’ the acting PM said.
In the context, Aureliu Ciocoi said that the CSE members continued to work and, for the moment, they were looking for and analyzing possibilities to identify resources of backing the business environment and the citizens on the period of the emergency state.
The Moldovan parliament on 31 March voted for the establishment of the emergency state, at a proposal by the acting cabinet of ministers.