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Vendredi, 13. Mars — Mardi, 14. Avril.

Due to the spread of the Covid-19 virus in Latvia, an emergency situation until Easter has been announced, setting a series of strict measures, officials said Thursday after an emergency meeting. The emergency situation is in effect from the date of the decision until April 14 this year, with the aim of limiting the spread of Covid-19 during this time.

The Ministry of Health has been designated as the authority responsible for coordinating action during the emergency situation.

During the emergency situation, state and municipal authorities are tasked with evaluating and, as much as possible, providing on-site services remotely.

To attend a preschool educational institution, parents must submit a written confirmation to the preschool educational institution on March 13 that the child and family have not visited Covid-19 affected countries or territories, have not been in contact with Covid-19 sufferers or contacts, and parents are not otherwise able to look after the child.

The on-site learning process at all other educational institutions will also be discontinued, providing learning remotely from March 13, 2020, except for centralized state examinations.

The learning process, such as trainings, competitions and rehearsals, for all cultural and sports professional and interest education programs will be discontinued.

From March 13, all public events, meetings, parades and pickets for over 200 people are canceled and banned.

Whereas tourism providers are instructed, as much as possible, to reschedule and not plan travel to Covid-19 affected countries and territories, which require special precautions when returning, according to information published on the Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (CDPC) homepage.

As much as possible, it is ordered to cancel, reschedule and not to plan travels and business trips to Covid-19 affected countries and territories, which require special precautions when returning, as directed by the CDPC.

It should also be ensured that persons with symptoms of acute respiratory infection are not employed in work which may involve potential risks to the health of others.

Whereas medical institutions, social care institutions and prisons will be restricted from visits by third parties, except with the permission of the head of the institution for the provision of basic functions. Statutory rights of prisoners may also be restricted, as decided by the head of the prison administration.

Natural persons are encouraged to refrain from traveling abroad.

Persons and contacts returning from a country or territory affected by Covid-19 will be required to take special precautions in the future, including monitoring of their health by measuring body temperature twice daily for 14 days after leaving the country or territory.

People should immediately call 113 if they develop any signs of acute respiratory infection, such as runny nose, cough, sore throat, high body temperature, and breathing problems. Individuals should undergo self-isolation at home or home quarantine and have access to communication and collaboration with family doctor and other medical personnel.

People also need to monitor their health.

Residents returning from a Covid-19 affected country are instructed not to expose other people to the risk of infection by trying to reduce direct contact with other people, that is, by not welcoming guests, visiting public places, institutions, or going on private visits.

They are also encouraged to stay at their place of residence and not to go to work, public places, places with a large number of people, and, as much as possible, not to use public transport.

These people must use one of the following options to purchase basic necessities or food – home delivery, avoiding contact with the delivery person, delivery of food or goods by relatives, leaving the goods at the door.

The above-mentioned people may also seek the assistance of the municipal social service, avoiding direct contact with the social worker.

Unless there are other solutions, these people can visit the store with a medical mask, during hours with fewer people in the store, within two meters of store visitors and sales-people, and taking into account hand and cough hygiene.

By declaring a state of emergency, medical practitioners working in the Emergency Medical Service and inpatient medical institutions, as well as epidemiologists working in the CDPC, are allowed to work overtime hours that exceed the maximum overtime hours specified in the Labor Law, but do not exceed 60 hours per week. The additional financial resources required for the payment of overtime work by the Ministry of Health will be requested from the state budget program "Contingency Funds".

The measures will be financed from the state budget resources allocated to the institutions in accordance with the law on “State Budget for 2020”, as well as upon request of institutions from the state budget program " Contingency Funds ". In such cases, the Cabinet of Ministers shall decide on the allocation of funding.

The law on ”Emergency Situation and Exceptional Situation” states that an emergency may be declared if there is a serious threat to the safety of the state, society, environment, economic activity or human health and life.

The law gives the government the right to declare an emergency situation for up to three months. The government shall have the right to extend the declared emergency once for a maximum period of three months, if necessary.

At the same time, a resolution of the Saeima on the justification of declaring an emergency is also necessary. The decision of the Cabinet of Ministers on the emergency situation shall be immediately included in the agenda of the Saeima meeting. If the Saeima rejects it, the government's decision will not be effective and the measures taken under it will be immediately revoked.

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