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11 May 2020

Belarus lifts ban on export of gauze, bandages, cotton wool, face masks

Belarus lifts ban on export of gauze, bandages, cotton wool, face masks
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MINSK, 11 May (BelTA) – The Belarusian government has removed the ban on export of gauze, bandages, cotton wool, and domestically-made face masks. The appropriate Council of Ministers’ Resolution No.278 of 8 May 2020 was published on the National Legal Internet Portal on 9 May, BelTA has learned.

The ban on export of some medical products was introduced in line with the Council of Minister’s Resolution No.149 of 17 March 2020. The new resolution eased these measures.

Belarus lifted the ban on export of bandages, gauze, and cotton wool. Face masks (single- or multi-use) are also eligible for export now, provided they are produced in Belarus.

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