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    Residents must observe the two-meter distance in common areas of apartment buildings and courtyards - ministry

    RIGA, March 31 (LETA) - Residents must also observe a two-meter distance in the common areas and courtyards of residential buildings, the Economy Ministry informed LETA.

    The ministry stressed that physical distance and strict adherence to all restrictions can help prevent Covid-19 infections and limit the spread of the virus. Therefore, it is important to observe maximum precautions also in public places such as common areas in apartment buildings.

    The Economy Ministry order states that in any public place - indoor, outdoor, as well as in public areas, i.e. both in stairwells, in multi-apartment dwelling communal areas, courtyards and parking lots, persons must keep within two meters of each other, as well as observe all other epidemiological safety measures.

    The ministry urges not to visit common areas unnecessarily, and to keep two meters apart from others when in these common areas.

    Residents are also encouraged not to visit children's playgrounds, celebrations or other events with persons that are not members of their household.

    The ministry also encourages only the most necessary emergency repairs of residential buildings, in order to avoid the possible spread of the virus between households and workers.

    • Published: 31.03.2020 13:48
    • Raivis Spalvens, LETA
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