Romania further eases restrictions from June 1

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The Romanian government decided to ease more of the restrictions imposed in the country in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic. According to the government decision adopted last week, as of June 1, the number of people who can participate in cultural, artistic and entertainment activities held outdoors increases from 500 to 1,000.

However, participants must show proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test.

Those who have recovered from the infection can also attend these events.

Moreover, open-air events with more than 1,000 people can also be organized if all participants are vaccinated. Similar rules have also been set for sports events, which can welcome spectators both indoors and outdoors. Private events such as weddings or baptisms can be organized with a maximum of 50 people if the event takes place indoor and 70 people outdoors.

Indoor playgrounds can open at 50% of capacity, but the adults accompanying the children must be vaccinated or show proof that they have r ecovered from infection. Gyms or fitness centres, as well as indoor swimming pools, are also allowed to fill up to 70% capacity (or more if all people are vaccinated). Moreover, the bars and clubs can stay open between 05:00 and 24:00, but at a limited capacity of 50% and only for vaccinated people. 

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