Lockdown restrictions on Leros as of Monday, March 29

by LerosReport

Movement Restrictions:

Is a curfew in place? Yes
A nationwide lockdown is in effect 24 hours per day. A nighttime curfew is additionally in effect from 9:00pm to 5:00am throughout the country.
In general, travel outside the home should be avoided, but is permitted for work and for the following reasons between the hours of 5:00am and 9:00pm:
For health reasons;
To buy essential supplies if delivery is not possible in time, limited to the municipality of residence or up to 2km from your home;
Essential banking or urgent appointments for public services (e.g., electricity), within your municipality or 2km from your home;
To help people in need. Transfer to/from workplace of a spouse or first-degree relative. Transfer of a minor to/from school (with a certificate from the school);
Attending a ceremony (e.g., funeral). Travel to exercise visitation rights;
Movements near one’s residence for physical exercise, or care of pets or strays, done on foot or bicycle only. Cars or other transport may not be used to travel to other areas for exercise.
If you must travel outside the home for one of the first six reasons listed above, you must send an SMS message to the number 13033 prior to going outside. The message should include the number of the reason for the movements (1-6, as above).
Movements for work are permitted with a certificate issued by the employer (no SMS needed).
The nighttime curfew between 9:00pm and 5:00am restricts movements only to work (with certificate), health (SMS Option 1), and walking a pet close to home (SMS Option 6).

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