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Coronavirus: cabinet meeting to discuss relaxations

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Further relaxations of restrictive coronavirus measures was being discussed by the Council of Ministers on Wednesday morning.

During the session, chaired by President Nicos Anastasiades, protocols which will be in place until April 24 will be decided upon.

According to the Cyprus News Agency, it is likely that gymnasium students will return to school on April 2 and the number of people allowed in gyms and other indoor sports facilities will increase depending on the size of the premises.

It is also expected the number of individuals in private tuition centres will increase, from four to six in each room.

What will be discussed is whether to change the number of SMS messages for permission of movement from two to three during weekends.

At this stage, no changes are likely regarding the opening of indoor spaces in restaurants and cafes or the number of people allowed in churches, the Cyprus News Agency reported.

Official announcements will follow the session.

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