Gatherings of up to 100 people allowed again in Slovenia

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Slovenia on Monday eased two of the perhaps most disapproved pandemic restrictions. The months-long assemblies ban abolished, as gatherings of up to 100 people allowed, and outdoor hospitality reopen after nearly six months in most of the country, according to a report by Sloveniatimes.com.

At outdoor gatherings participants will have to keep a 1.5 meter distance, as earlier. Moreover, one person or one household allowed on a surface area of 10 square meters. If these conditions are met, masks will not be required. Masks will be obligatory at indoor gatherings, which will be limited to one person or one household per 30 sqm.

The government decided to abolish the public assembly ban on Friday after the Constitutional Court stayed the ban two days prior. Moreover, the government decided to allow outdoor hospitality to open in eight of the country's 12 statistical regions. In all but one of the regions the opening comes after nearly six months. 

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