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International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Monday, 21.09.2020, 22:22

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Lithuania's COVID-19 committee to decide on measures as coronavirus cases grow

Lithuania's COVID-19 committee to decide on measures as coronavirus cases grow

21.09.2020

As the number of new coronavirus cases jumped over the weekend, Lithuania's COVID-19 management committee will meet to decide on measures to contain the spread of the virus, LETA/BNS informed.

Keyword tags: Covid-19, EU – Baltic States, Lithuania, Markets and Companies, Medicine



Self-isolation mandatory also for travelers returning to Latvia from Lithuania

Self-isolation mandatory also for travelers returning to Latvia from Lithuania

18.09.2020

As Covid-19 continues to spread, also travelers returning to Latvia from Lithuania are required to self-isolate, according to the latest data released by the Center for Disease Prevention and Control (CDC), writes LETA.

Latest Covid-19 figures in Europe exceed March peak

Latest Covid-19 figures in Europe exceed March peak

17.09.2020

The latest weekly number of novel coronavirus infections in Europe is higher than in March 2020, when the region went through the first peak of the pandemic, the World Health Organization's (WHO) top European official said on September 17th, cites DPA/LETA.


The first 35 million dollar longevity medicine-focused venture capital fund for startups is established in Baltic

The first 35 million dollar longevity medicine-focused venture capital fund for startups is established in Baltic

17.09.2020

LongeVC - an investment group backed by the most prominent advisory board in the longevity industry - has announced its first official early-stage investment fund that is going to be based in Latvia. This news comes together with the announcement of the first exit - Deep Longevity, Inc. has been acquired by the company Regent Pacific.

Lithuania agrees to provide EUR 2.5 mln for creation of coronavirus vaccine

Lithuania agrees to provide EUR 2.5 mln for creation of coronavirus vaccine

17.09.2020

The Lithuanian government has agreed to contribute 2.5 million euros to the EU's Emergency Support Instrument (ESI) to accelerate the creation of a COVID-19 vaccine, informs LETA/BNS.


16.09.2020

Coronavirus spreading in 4 schools, 3 kindergartens in Tallinn

Sick children in schools and kindergartens have resulted in four schools and three kindergartens in Tallinn transitioning to distance learning -- according to the Health Board, the measures taken so far in the capital have been very welcome, the Estonian daily Postimees writes, cites LETA/BNS.

16.09.2020

1 in 200 people returning to Estonia test positive for coronavirus

One in 200 people returning to Estonia test positive for the coronavirus, it appears from latest testing statistics, Postimees reported, cites LETA/BNS.

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