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Public, private entities in Moldovan capital to organize work at home from 1 October

11:59 | 23.09.2021 Category: Social

Chisinau, 23 September /MOLDPRES/- From 1 October public and private entities in the capital will organize the activity regime by working at home, or they will opt for a differentiated work schedule. The decision was taken by the Extraordinary National Commission on Public Health.

According to the CNESP decision, the employers in the public and private system will adjust the program of the employees who have preschool and school age children to the activity program of the educational institutions.

According to the CNESP decision, in the localities under the Red Code of COVID-19, including the capital, the technical and higher vocational education institutions will operate online.

At the same time, visitors' access to medical institutions and placement institutions will be prohibited. The catering units will organize their activity at maximum capacity in the outdoor spaces, and in the indoor ones with the use of at most 50 percent of the existing number of places and with the obligation that all customers present the COVID-19 certificate at the entrance to the unit. The organization of private events (weddings, baptisms) will be allowed with the participation of up to 100 people in indoor spaces or, respectively, 150 people in outdoor spaces, with the provision in the service space of at least 2 m2 for each person with the obligation to present the COVID-19 certificate.

According to the Ministry of Health, currently, 336 localities in the country are on green alert, 156 - yellow alert, 311 - orange alert, 178 - red alert, including the municipalities of Chisinau and Balti.

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