Today, further loosening of the restrictions comes into force. After an almost six-month break, fitness clubs and gyms, some swimming pools and saunas are resuming their activities. Open spaces may be used for sports and entertainment activities.
Gyms should provide an area of 20 square meters per person. Group classes can start with a maximum of 5 people.
Representatives of large networks of fitness clubs assure that the automatic control system will regulate the number of customers, and the customers themselves will be able to track their occupancy on the Internet. Most issues related to service, e.g. purchase or renewal of a subscription, will be dealt with electronically. Some clubs intend to organize group activities outdoors so that more people can participate.
Vaccine manufacturers BioNTech and Pfizer delivered the largest number of vaccines to date – 105,300 doses to the country on Monday. They should reach municipalities on the same day.
So far, Lithuania has received 612.1 thousand doses of Pfizer / BioNtech vaccines, of which 602.9 thousand were used.
Together with the new shipment, the number of vaccines supplied by all four manufacturers has exceeded one million, amounting to 1,035,905 doses of vaccines.
On Sunday, the pharmaceutical company Moderna delivered the eighth batch of vaccines against the coronavirus to Lithuania. A total of 10,800 doses of vaccine were delivered.
According to the Ministry of Healthcare, these vaccines will be delivered to local governments within two days.
So far, Lithuania has received 81.6 thousand doses of the Moderna vaccine and used 73.6 thousand of them.