The Government has adopted a Decree with a force of law imposing face-covering requirements during the state of emergency, as a part of an overall safety plan in response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
One of the requirements in the Decree with a legal effect as of April 23, imposes obligation for all employees to wear a face mask or face cloth in the workplace.
The mandatory wear of a face protection is applicable for all employees and the employees should not be permitted to work without such protection.
For any non-compliance with this requirement by the companies a penalty in the amount of EUR 2,000 is prescribed.
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