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As of May 10, holding of public religious services and other religious events is allowed, provided that special conditions have been met. Compliance with the 2-by-2 rule and the availability of disinfectants must be ensured. In order for people to fulfil their personal spiritual needs, churches and other prayer houses and venues have been open for private services and personal visits.

Last updated: 06.05.2020 14:16

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As of May 10, holding of public religious services and other religious events is allowed, provided that special conditions have been met. In a church, the same hygiene and infection prevention measures need to be observed as in any other public space. Compliance with the 2-by-2 rule and the availability of disinfectants must be ensured.

Last updated: 06.05.2020 17:46

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As of May 10, holding of public religious services and other religious events is allowed, provided that special conditions have been met. In a church, the same hygiene and infection prevention measures need to be observed as in any other public space. Compliance with the 2-by-2 rule and the availability of disinfectants must be ensured.

Until May 10, all religious-ecclesiastical public events, including religious services, church concerts and other gatherings of people, have been cancelled or postponed. The conduct of religious services has been so far permitted in unavoidable and isolated circumstances, and to be held privately, provided that measures are provided to prevent possible spread of infection.

Last updated: 06.05.2020 19:10

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Holding of religious rites is allowed privately if measures are taken to avoid possible spread of infection. You have to keep at least 2 meters apart from other people. Up to 2 people can be together in a public place.

Last updated: 06.05.2020 19:11

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Holding of religious rites is allowed privately if measures are taken to avoid possible spread of infection. You have to keep at least 2 meters apart from other people. Up to 2 people can be together in a public place.

Last updated: 06.05.2020 19:11

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Religious rites are allowed if measures are taken to avoid possible infection of people. You have to keep at least 2 meters apart from other people, unless it is not possible to guarantee this.

Last updated: 13.05.2020 01:17

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More information about the coronavirus and restrictions related to it is available calling 1247 (from abroad +372 600 1247).