Government Holds 38th Session, Adopts Decision Related to COVID-19 Situation

The Government of Macedonia held on Wednesday its 38th session in which several regulations related to the COVID-19 situation were adopted. The government adopted a protocol for entry in the country of foreign accredited ambassadors and diplomats and their families. According to the protocol, when entering Macedonia, the ambassadors and their families must go in a compulsory and controlled self-isolation. The government also adopted changes to the regulations for movement of people with disabilities during the new extended curfew. These people, and the people that take care of them, will be able to freely move about on working days between 07:00 and 08:00 p.m. and for weekends between 11:00 a.m. and 01:00 p.m. Another regulation passed by the government is the one that postpones the execution of prison sentences up to 3 years in order to avoid spreading coronavirus in prisons.