Prime Minister Ion Chicu will propose that the specialists who manage public health should exclude the obligation to stay in quarantine after July 15 for those who enter Moldova, President Igor Dodon stated after the June 29 meeting with the Premier and Parliament Speaker, IPN reports.
“If the situation in the Republic of Moldova as regards COVID-19 does not worsen until July 15, and you know that we have had favorable dynamics, the Premier will ask the colleagues who manage public health to remove the obligation to stay in quarantine after July 15,” said President Dodon.
He noted that they considered the possibility of reopening kindergartens. “After July 15, if the situation is favorable, the kindergartens will be reopened, at the first stage in rural areas probably. Evidently, depending on the epidemiological situation in each locality,” he stated.
A final decision to this effect will be taken by experts.