From today, a part of the restrictions applied under the special quarantine regime in Azerbaijan has been lifted, the head of the press service of the Cabinet of Ministers Ibrahim Mammadov said in his statement to ONA.
The activity of a certain number of employees of the state agencies in Baku, Sumgait, Ganja, Lankaran cities, and Absheron region and the activity of all employees of the state agencies on other territories of the country have been resumed. At the same time, the functioning of the physical and legal entities carrying out works and services for other entrepreneurial entities in various sectors of the economy whose activity was restricted during the special quarantine regime, the individual trade facilities in all sectors of the economy, barbershops, beauty salons, and cosmetic service centers has been resumed.
A part of people, who work in the mentioned activity field during special quarantine regime, have gone to the regions, where they were registered. Head of press service of the Cabinet of Ministers Ibrahim Mammadov, who told ONA regarding how these people can return to Baku, said that they can easily come to Baku with a card of the institution they work for and certificate of employment: “Management gives a certificate with signature and stamp in order to approve the person is their employee and called to work. If the people, who work at not public institutions, but the private sector (barbershop, beauty salon, etc.), should return work, they have to register at icaze.gov.az website. A certificate can also be given for the person regarding where that person works at (any beauty salon, barbershop, individual educational center, etc.).”