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CNSU approved the proposal to extend the alert by 30 days, starting with October 10

October 24, 2021

The National Committee for Emergency Situations (CNSU) adopted, on Wednesday, Decision no. 80 which proposes the extension of the state of alert on the entire national territory, for a period of 30 days, starting October 10, 2021.According to a press release of the Government, Decision no. 80 also provides for the measures necessary to be applied in order to prevent and combat the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, while maintaining the measures adopted in Government Decision no. 932 of September 9, 2021, with subsequent amendments and completions. Minister of Interior Lucian Bode on Wednesday announced that the government is going to prolong the state of alert by 30 days."Yesterday we became an interim government. During this interim period, the government will only issue the necessary normative acts for the administration of public affairs. Today, the government will hold a meeting to adopt a government decision to prolong the state of alert by 30 days," Bode said at the MAI headquarters. 

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