The authorities decided, on Friday, several measures to relax some restrictions in Romania. Basically, there will be access to shows, concerts, open-air festivals, with a maximum of 1,000 people, but only for the people who are vaccinated against COVID or who have passed through the disease in the past 6 months.
At the same time, spectators will be able to access sports competitions, also based on the vaccination certificate or a proof they had the SARS-CoV-2 infection.
It is proposed that the organization and development of sports competitions in Romania, in closed or open spaces, can be done, only in the time interval 5.00-21.00, with the participation of spectators up to 30% of the maximum capacity of the space, ensuring a distances of at least 1 meter between persons and with the participants wearing a protective facemask.
The new decision taken by the National Committee for Emergency Situations (CNSU) also establishes the conditions under which the December 1 ceremonies will take place.
Therefore, people can attend the National Day ceremonies on December 1 provided that they are vaccinated against Covid-19 or they have gone through the infection in the past 6 months. The ceremonies can be attend by 400 people a the most in Bucharest and by 200 at the most in the county seats if they respect the following rules:
-wear protecting facemasks
-mandatory hand disinfection
-maintain a distance of minimum 1 meter among participants.
The night lockdown restriction remains in place.