Current Affairs
Up to 75 persons in any one outlet, and not more than one person in every four sq.m.

Although activities for the masses are still not being permitted, there can be a maximum of 75 persons in one place as long as each person has a space of four sq.m.

During today’s medical bulletin, when replying to journalists’ questions Superintendent Charmaine Gauci stated that the regulation distance of four sq.m. per person is already in force in regard to restaurants and bars.

Professor Gauci added that the number emerged from evidence on how the Covid-19 virus is spread, further stating that clients in these places need not wear masks, although serving staff should wear a mask or a visor.

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