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The Lithuanian government on Wednesday extended the coronavirus lockdown for another month, until April, but allowed not to wear facemasks outdoors and to travel between cities and their surrounding municipalities.
Lithuania extends lockdown until April
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The lockdown will remain in place until midnight on March 31.

The Cabinet extended the ban on non-essential travel between municipalities until March 15, but permitted people living in the cities and districts of Alytus, Kaunas, Klaipeda, Panevezys, Siauliai and Vilnius to move between the city and the surrounding district.

It will not be mandatory to wear facemasks in open spaces if a distance of at least two meters from other people is maintain. The indoor mask-wearing rules remain unchanged.

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