MOSCOW, 1 may — RIA Novosti. In Vilnius, the Lithuanian capital, cafes and restaurants will be allowed to open if they have outdoor Seating, according to Lonely Planet.

a Large part of public spaces in the city will take the summer verandas. This will allow visitors to distance. Under the new rules, the tables must be located at a minimum distance of two meters from each other.

More than 160 outlets have already applied to get a work permit. In fact, the centre of Vilnius turned into a giant dining under the open sky.

Also, the city is allowed to work in hairdressing and almost all the shops. Wearing masks is mandatory, and the outlets need to limit the number of clients that can be found on their site at the same time.

According to the mayor of Living of Simasius, open cafes and restaurants will help the city “to preserve jobs and maintain the life of Vilnius.”