From May 18, Kosovo will ease restrictions due to COVID-19

From May 18, Kosovo will ease restrictions due to COVID-19
 Skanderbeg Square in Prishtina
 The incumbent government of Kosovo said that from Monday, May 18, will begin the further mitigation of the restrictive measures imposed due to COVID-19 pandemics.

The acting Prime Minister of Kosovo, Albin Kurti, in a press conference, said that after the recommendations of the National Institute of Public Health, have been met the conditions for the start of the second phase of relief.

"From Monday, these businesses will reopen: hairdressers and curling salons, dentists and physiotherapists, retailers and the green market, gastronomy, rail transport, urban and intercity transport with special permits, call centers with lists of essential staff, such as and galleries and museums. Citizens will have the opportunity to go out twice a day for two hours...", said Mr. Kurti.

He said that the situation will be monitored by May 25 and if the number of those affected increases, restrictions will be reinstated.

As of Friday night, the number of people affected by coronavirus reached 955, of whom 29 lost their lives and 691 were cured.
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