The chief medical officer has lifted a restriction under which visitors were banned from hospitals due to the coronavirus epidemic.
According to a statement from the National Public Health Centre, issued on Saturday, the ban remains in force in wards were Covid-19 patients are treated.
“Visitors must be healthy, wearing a face mask, and must keep a distance of two metres with hospital patients other than the person they are visiting,” the statement said.
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From now on, such services as hairdressing and pedicure are allowed in hospitals, while religious services can also be held, the statement said.
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