"The government led by Ingrida Simonite unanimously decided to extend the quarantine", reads the message.
It appears that the Cabinet decided to extend the restrictions until January 31.
The communication among families is restricted now. No more than two people (including family members) at once can stay in a public place. The traffic all over the country is restricted; checkpoints will be set on the roadways. However, those traveling to work, for shopping, those going to a hospital or to visit people with special needs will enjoy freedom of movement.
Kindergartens are supposed to switch to the remote education mode.
Work restrictions are also imposed in non-grocery shops and shopping malls.
According to worldometers, the number of Covid-19 cases in Lithuania exceeded 95,000 now.
Earlier, we wrote that, in the near future, Ukraine has a chance to obtain enough vaccine to get four million people inoculated. Olena Kondratyuk, Deputy Head of the Ukrainian Parliament said so during the session of the conciliatory council.
'The only thing Ukraine can rely on now is the supply of insignificant number of vaccine from coronavirus in the first six months of 2021 (...) That makes some eight million doses of vaccine, which would suffice for four million of Ukraine's population. However, according to the Healthcare Ministry, 20 million Ukrainians need urgent vaccination, which includes people from all zones of risk groups, particularly, elderly people", Kondratyuk said.
The official claimed that, thus, Ukraine actually needs at least 40,000 doses.