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The Lithuanian government decided on Wednesday to lift attendance restrictions for both indoor and outdoor events as of September if tickets are only sold online or spectators are registered electronically.
Event attendance limits to be lifted from September
© Romas Sadauskas-Kvietkevičius

If organizers fail to meet the requirements, the maximum number of spectators will be limited to 300 as of September.

The current rules allow up to 1000 people at outdoor events and up to 600 at indoor events.

Spectators have to stay at least a meter apart from one another outdoors, and maintain at least a two-meter distance or wear facemasks indoors.

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