SKOPJE (N. Macedonia), October 19 (SeeNews) - North Macedonia's government decided to relax some of its Covid-19 restrictions in the hospitality sector, lifting capacity limits at cafes, bars and restaurants, it said on Tuesday.
There will no longer be any limit to the number of guests per table and venues can now operate at up to 50% capacity both indoors and outdoors, North Macedonia's government said in a statement.
Until now, bar and restaurants were required to operate at 30% indoor and 50% outdoor capacity.
Vaccination certificates are still obligatory when entering cafes, bars and restaurants.
As of Monday, North Macedonia has registered 197,197 Covid-19 cases, including 6,964 deaths, health ministry data shows.