Health Ministry said set to recommend ending ban on visiting grandma

The Health Ministry will reportedly recommend an end to the ban on visits with second-degree relatives, including grandparents, Channel 12 news reports.

Gatherings of up to ten people will be also allowed, with social distancing restrictions of two meters and the wearing of masks.

In addition, malls and markets will reopen in two weeks, on May 17, and restaurants will be able to allow diners to eat on-site from June 15, the report says.

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