The presence of persons in groups larger than three in public places, such as forests, parks, alleys and beaches, is not allowed. Maintaining physical distancing of one meter is mandatory, regardless of the number of persons who are present in public places, the National Extraordinary Public Health Commission decided on November 27, IPN reports.
Among the mandatory COVID-19 control and combating measures is the wearing of protective masks in all the open and closed public areas (common use), especially on public transport. The mask must cover the mouth and nose.
The persons older than 63 are not allowed to go out without an urgent necessity, except for service trips when remote work cannot be done, going to the grocery store and drugstore and for other justified reasons.
Presence on playgrounds, sports grounds and recreational areas is banned as is entry to Moldova for foreigners and stateless persons who come from “red zone” countries, with some exceptions.
The citizens who enter Moldova coming directly or in transit from “red zone” countries must fill out an epidemiological form and sign an own responsibility statement by which they will undertake to self-isolate to 14 days in definite places.
The National Extraordinary Public Health Commission instituted a state of public health emergency all over Moldova for the period between November 30, 2020 and January 15, 2021.