State of public health emergency extended until November 30

The state of public health emergency declared nationwide on September 9 was extended until November 30 inclusive, as the National Extraordinary Public Health Commission decreed. As from November 8, the holding of such private events as wedding parties, christening ceremonies, festive and commemoration meals is banned, IPN reports.

The authorities make reference to the worsening of the epidemiological indicators. There are 14,200 active cases of COVID-19 in Moldova at present. The incidence rate the past seven days was 308 cases per 100,000 persons, an increase of 16% compared with a week before. The COVID-19 mortality rate the past seven days was 6.9 deaths per 100,000 people, up 18% compared with a week before and up 156% compared with a month before. Almost 7,500 persons succumbed to COVID-19 in Moldova so far. In 81% of the cases, the persons were older than 60.

Until November 8, the holding of private events will be permitted with the involvement of at most 50 persons indoors and 100 outdoors, by ensuring an area of at least 2 square meters for each visitor/client and by obliging these to present the COVID-19 certificate. After November 8, private events cannot be staged.

Under the decision, beneficiaries will have access to social-medical, rehabilitation, recovery institutions and sanatoriums based on the result of a COVID-19 diagnostic test, regardless of the vaccination status (SARS-CoV-2 rapid antigen test valid for 48 hours or PCR test for COVID-19 valid for 72 hours).

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