The Embassy of Georgia to Cyprus has released a statement for Georgian citizens in Cyprus, according to which the Council of Ministers has made the following decisions which will be effective from 23 October to 9 November:
1. Gathering limits are ten people both indoors and outdoors, except for food facilities;
2. A maximum of 75 people may be present in indoor food facilities and 150 outdoor;
3. No more than six people may be seated at a table in restaurants;
4. Religious services must be held in line with the instructions by Cyprus dioceses;
5. Sports events must be held without anyone attending them;
6. A maximum of 50% of the room in indoor and outdoor cinemas and theatres may be occupied;
7. No wedding and baptism ceremony after-parties may be held;
8. Supermarkets and pharmacies will serve only people over 60 and persons with disabilities after their opening hours to 9 a.m.;
9. Face masks are mandatory for all citizens over 11.
In addition to the mentioned above, further restrictions have been introduced in Limassol and Paphos after increasing coronavirus cases:
1. All food facilities may serve customers before 22:30, with takeaway services rendered later;
2. Citizens may not leave their houses from 11 p.m. to 5 a.m. unless the urgent necessity for this exists (the necessity to visit pharmacies, hospitals, or for work purposes), with this proved by the corresponding document;
3. Minors under 18 may not participate in sports or social events temporarily;
4. Sports events for under-18 teams have been suspended," the statement reads.