On May 13, schools and preschool educational facilities will resume usual operations, and so will municipal transport. This decision was made at today’s meeting of the Interagency Coordination Council.
The meeting discussed ways to boost the process of immunization. To that end, vaccination rooms and, accordingly, vaccination teams will increase in number.
For those unable to register for vaccination electronically, the 15 22 hotline is available to register for COVID-19 vaccination over the phone. This hotline will also forward calls from citizens to the 112 Public Safety Command Center and the 144 Unified Government Hotline.
Presently, the 9 PM-5 AM curfew remains in force. The council continues to monitor the epidemiological situation, based on which the likelihood of easing regulations will be assessed.
The Interagency Coordination Council once again urges citizens to use facemasks and observe social distancing, so that we all may do our best to prevent the spread of the virus and to return to life as usual as soon as possible.