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North Macedonia to resume flights on July 1 says government

Christian Fernsby ▼ | June 25, 2020
The government of North Macedonia said that it has decided to resume flights at International Airport of Skopje and St. Paul the Apostle Airport in Ohrid, on July 1.
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The decision was taken at a government meeting and is based on the recommendations of the Commission for Infectious Diseases, according to a press release.

Topics: Macedonia

On March 18, authorities decided to close flights at the two airports in an effort to prevent the spread of coronavirus in the country.

At the meeting, the government also decided to fully open on June 26 all border crossings for passengers and vehicles without presenting a PCR tests and without asking for home isolation or mandatory state quarantine.

According to the press release, all bars and restaurants will be allowed to operate in their indoor areas through an appropriate work protocol on June 26.

In addition, the government decided to allow all gyms to open as of June 26 and shopping malls to operate on Sundays.

On Tuesday, the Health Ministry reported 118 new coronavirus cases in the past 24 hours, bringing the country's total to 5,314, with 2,048 recoveries and 251 fatalities.