Several coronavirus restrictions lifted in Marosvásárhely

Starting today (Monday, April 26), several coronavirus restrictions that were introduced to slow down the spread of the epidemic will be lifted in Marosvásárhely (Târgu Mureş in Romanian). The extension of the weekend curfew and restrictions on local gyms and fitness clubs have been lifted Hungarian newspaper, Székelyhon reports.

Since April 16, shops and restaurants have had to close at 6 p.m., and people were not allowed to leave their houses nor stay on the street/public spaces without a good reason starting at 8 p.m. on the weekend. These restrictions have now been lifted after taking into account the county’s rate of new coronavirus cases in the past 14 days. Now, shops can remain open till 9 p.m., while the curfew starts at 10 p.m. all week long (not just on weekdays), the Maros (Mureş) County Prefect announced.

The number of infected people per 1,000 inhabitants ranges from 1.5 to 3 in the following settlements: Marosbogát (Bogata), Karácsonfalva (Crăciunești), Oláhkocsárd (Cucerdea), Mezőpanit (Pănet), Mikefalva (Mica) and Gödemesterháza (Stânceni). Meanwhile, in Marosvásárhely, the rate of infection is 3.49 per 1,000.

Title image: Residents can now enjoy the city center of Marosvásárhely until 10 p.m. on the weekends as well. Photo: ms.sapientia.ro

Author: Orsi Sarány