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Bars, restaurants, snackbars, and każini will be able to remain open until 2:00am as from Monday 28th June, according to new rules issued by the Ministry for Health.

This rule only applies to those establishments licensed to remain open until that time, the Ministry warned.

According to the announcement, waterparks will also be allowed to re-open their doors to the public.

Meanwhile, sea transportation vessels will see an increase in the passengers allowed onboard to 65 per cent of their licensed maximum.

Fitness enthusiasts will also be able to resume participation in organised classes as from Monday.

Finally, the scheduled extension of permitted contact sports to persons under 17 will also be effected.

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