President Klaus Iohannis announced that starting May 15 the obligation to wear protective mask outdoors will be eliminated, with a few exceptions, such as markets, fairs and public transport stations.
"Starting May 15 the wearing of mask outdoors is eliminated with a few exceptions - markets, fairs and bus stations. (...) Outdoors the mask can be renounced," said the head of state, on Thursday, in a statement at the Cotroceni Palace.
Furthermore, he mentioned that starting May 15 the restrictions to nighttime travel and on the schedule of commercial agents are canceled.
"Sports activities - possible with 25 pct of occupied spaces. Inside we will have also relaxations that start, mostly, from June 1," Iohannis also said.
President Iohannis had a working sitting with Prime Minister Florin Citu, several members of the Government, with the head of the Department for Emergency Situations, Raed Arafat, and the director of the National Center for the Oversight and Control of Communicable Diseases of the National Institute for Public Health, Adriana Pistol, reports agerpres.