Posted by: Daniela Socolovschi
News / International
02 June 2020 / 14:41
Romania and Ukraine intend to remove some restrictions imposed by the pandemic
The new Coronavirus shows signs of losing intensity in Romania, where the number of COVID cases is declining. In this context, the Government intends to further relax the measures and eliminate the restrictions imposed by the Coronavirus pandemic, Moldova 1 reports.
Romanians may no longer be in confinement for 14 days when they return from vacation abroad, and malls may reopen in mid-June.
Romania has over 19,300 infected people and 1280 deaths.
In Ukraine, however, the number of diseases is still high. So far, more than 24,000 people have been tested positive, and nearly 720 people have died. Also, the Kiev authorities announced that starting with June 15 they will allow the resumption of international air traffic.