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Martial hour abolished throughout Moldova from 26 April

13:45 | 22.04.2021 Category: Official

Chisinau, 22 April /MOLDPRES/- Acting prime minister Aureliu Ciocoi chaired today online meeting of the Commission for Emergencies. He approached the latest decisions taken on the Commission's platform, the government's communication and protocol department has reported.

Therefore, it was decided to repeal the martial hour in Moldova from 26 April.

"I would like to thank my colleagues of the Ministry of Internal Affairs and those of the Ministry of Defense for the significant effort to ensure public order, security of citizens and observance of this ban from the moment of declaring a state of emergency," he said.

Next week, the educational process in technical and higher education will be resumed for carrying out the internship, practical hours and assessment sessions that cannot be done remotely.

The CSE decided to allow the resumption of theatrical-concert activities starting with 2 May. The number of spectators will not have to exceed 30 percent of the capacity of the available seats. Depending on the evolution of the epidemiological situation, the decision could be reviewed.

From 2 May it will be allowed to carry out outdoor cultural activities, organized by the theater-concert and cinema institutions accredited by MECC, in line with the sanitary rules.

Given that the Easter holidays are coming, in order to avoid the infection with SARS-Cov-2 of citizens, the Commission ordered that on 25 April -11 May the activity of religious services and divine services should take place outside the places of worship, keeping a distance of 1.5 meters and observing measures to prevent Covid-19 infection.

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