If the pandemic situation continues to improve, June may be the last month of quarantine, Lithuanian Health Minister Arūnas Dulkys told reporters on Wednesday.
“If everything moves like it's moving now, let’s hope that June will be the last month when we will have the word ‘quarantine’,” he said, adding that the “extreme situation” would not end.
“This means that we will have to adhere to some rules, but not restrictions,” added Dulkys.
During a press conference on Wednesday, he said that the upcoming challenges would be on the level of the European Union as a whole.
The current quarantine is in place until June 30.