On Monday, both the Minister of Health and the Minister for Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises are scheduled to talk before the respective Chamber commissions.
LSAP lawmakers want to evaluate the current reopening strategy in the hospitality sector, which mainly relies on rapid tests to allow clients to sit inside again.
Furthermore, the maximum number of guests per table is still limited to four, and businesses have to close at ten o'clock in the evening.
In light of the continuing downward trend of new infections in the country, people are hopeful that the government will further ease restrictions by 12 June.
In the meantime, the Chamber's budgetary control commission will assess the costs of the Large Scale Testing procedures in a special report.