A Health Minister decree on the latest round of relaxations and remaining restrictions in the framework of covid-19 measures was published late yesterday.
The measures will be enforced from midnight June 1st through to June 30th.
The curfew is pushed further forward from one past midnight to five in the morning until June 9th, excluding people travelling to and from work with the necessary documents, urgent medical needs that require a hospital, pharmacy or veterinarian, as well as personal care for people who cannot tend to themselves.
The curfew is abolished from June 10 onwards.
As of June 1st, cafeterias, restaurants and other catering businesses, will be able to provide services inside.
People have access to parks, beaches, squares, dams, picnic areas, marinas, zoos and nature trails.
Until June 9, mass events or gatherings, concerts, festivals (either in private or public areas) are prohibited, with the exemption of sports events under the necessary Health Ministry protocols.
On home gatherings, up to 20 people are allowed, including children and the permanent residents of the house.
The number of faithful in churches must not exceed 50% of capacity, with the over 12s only allowed in with a SafePass.
Up to and including June 9, all private businesses in the services sector, excluding essential utilities and other services, operate long distance to 50% of employee capacity.
On June 10, everyone is allowed to go back to work.