Home Page >> North Cyprus 21 May 2020, Thursday 09:26

Another step taken on easing Covid Restrictions

Another step taken on easing Covid RestrictionsThe government continues to lift or ease more restrictions in place to prevent the spread of Covid-19.
Paylaş  
0
0
0
0

The government continues to lift or ease more restrictions in place to prevent the spread of Covid-19.

In line with the Council of Ministers decisions all public beaches, beach bars, internet cafes, bars, seated restaurants, patisseries, coffee shops are fully open as of today.

Hairdressers, barbershops and beauty salons have also started operating today under strict hygiene rules and guidelines.

More restrictions are set to be lifted later this week and next week.

While childrens playgrounds and areas will be open as of May 22, mosques and churches will be allowed to open to mass worship on May 24.

Gyms will be allowed to open after the three-day Ramadan Bayram holiday on May 27.

Individually conducted sporting activities will be allowed as of May 21.

Also opening on June 1 are hotels, casinos, betting offices and tattoo parlours.

Culture and art events or activities are also set to begin as of June 1.

Wedding halls or outdoor organisation facilities will be allowed to open on July 1, if the current Covid-19 situation remains stable.

There has also been a change in the night-time curfew hours.

The curfew as of today will begin at midnight until 6am.

All businesses and activities will be subject to strict hygiene guidelines set by the Ministry of Health and Ministry of Labour.


banner

Show Your Response
0
 
0
 
0
 
0
 
0
 
0
 
0
 

banner

Facebook yorum
COMMENTS
0
WAITING FOR PERMISSION
0
Rain to replace heatwave
image The scorching heat wave that has brought unusually high temperatures for this time of the year is expected to subside as of today making way to rain, the TRNC Meteorology Department announced on Thursday.
PM gives orders on opening crossing points
image Prime Minister Ersin Tatar on Wednesday said they were ready for the health ministries of the two sides to work together for the reopening of the crossing points.
Yaam Ayavefe and his 'people first' principle
image Philanthropic Businessman Yaam Ayavefe says that the business community had a duty in these difficult times and these times would be overcome only through unity and solidarity.