Lithuania moves ahead with quarantine easing: all shops, outdoor bars to reopen
Lithuania moves ahead with quarantine easing: all shops, outdoor bars to reopen.
The Lithuanian government has extended quarantine until May 11, but is also moving ahead with the second stage of lockdown-easing measures.
Starting on Thursday, April 23, all retailers, including those in shopping centres, will be allowed to reopen, as well as other businesses outlined in the second stage of the quarantine exit plan published last week.
The selling of plants, seeds and fertilisers will also be allowed in open-air markets as of April 23.
Starting on Monday, April 27, outdoor cafes, restaurants and bars will be allowed to reopen. Driving and aviation exams will also be able to take place next week.