Lithuania eases facemask restrictions in bars and restaurants

Clients in bars, restaurants, and cafes will no longer be required to wear a facemask while waiting for their order, Health Minister Aurelijus Veryga announced on Friday.

People will still be required to wear facemasks when entering a catering establishment.

A facemask or “other face coverings” are required when “entering or exiting”, but no longer needed when “sitting at a bar or a table”, Veryga posted on Facebook.

Under the previous rules, clients had to wait for their order wearing a facemask.

The new regulations came into effect on Friday.


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