December 1, 2021


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Latvia restricts its total vaccinated or unvaccinated population to almost a month

The Latvian Prime Minister announced that he would restructure the country until November 15. This measure does not differentiate between vaccinated and non-vaccinated individuals.

Latvian Prime Minister Krisjanis Karins announced on Monday a month-long lockout in his country due to a resurgence of the epidemic and low vaccination rates.

“I apologize to those who have already been vaccinated, but the restrictions apply to everyone,” Garrison told reporters after a ten-hour meeting of his government.

“Many more who have not been vaccinated will catch the cow and die in hospital,” he justified.

Curfew order, shop closure, distance school …

The restriction is to be extended from Thursday to November 15, with a curfew order from 8pm to 5am, cafes, theaters, theaters and concert halls will be closed, and restaurants will only be allowed to carry food.

Shops selling food and essentials can only be open and most employees have to work remotely, with the exception of construction, transportation and other work that cannot be done by telecommunications.

Schools will switch to distance education, with the exception of juniors, up to tertiary primary school, where they can continue to visit institutions.

These measures could be amended at another government meeting on Tuesday or before a vote in the parliamentary session on Wednesday.

Vaccination rate less than 50%

Less than half of the 1.9 million Latvians have received two doses of the Govt vaccine, which allows them to develop the infection in a month.

The pollution record was broken every day last week, with 1,253 new cases and seven deaths reported on Monday.

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It brings a total of 186,000 infections and 2,897 deaths since the onset of the epidemic.

Franுவாois de la Tail with AFP