Moldovan authorities have announced new national lockdown restrictions as the country faces a sharp rise in COVID-19 cases.
The new restrictions, to take effect September 10, will include a ban on non-vaccinated people visiting bars, restaurants, and cultural events.
The restriction will be in place until at least October 31.
Existing restrictions include the requirement for people to wear masks in public places and for bars and restaurants to close at 11 p.m.
The country currently has registered a cumulative total of 272,325 cases with 6,466 deaths as of Sept 8.
Vaccination efforts meanwhile have gone slowly; only about 25 percent of the population is fully vaccinated.
Moldova Announces New Lockdown Restrictions As COVID-19 Cases Rise
Revealed: The Kremlin-Connected Russians Employed By Europe's Top Security Body2
The Redut Ruse: Inside Russia’s Fake Private Mercenary Company Fighting In Ukraine3
Ukrainian Sappers Focus On Frontline Roads4
Djokovic Serves Up Another Controversy With Davis Cup Song Invoking 'Greater Serbia'5
Is The OSCE Meeting In Skopje A Triumph For Russia?6
The Evolution Of Henry Kissinger's Views On Russia And Ukraine7
Another Russian General Reportedly Dies In Ukraine8
Live Briefing: Russia Invades Ukraine9
Will The Afghan Taliban Choose Pakistan Or The Pakistani Taliban?10
Officials Say Wife Of Ukrainian Intelligence Chief Budanov Poisoned