Yes. According to the emergency measures adopted during the emergency state, the majority of businesses operated in establishments had to be closed. The emergency measures are gradually lifting this prohibition for more businesses.
The opened establishments have to comply with specified health & safety obligations, namely: (i) to actively prevent customers from being closer than two meters to themselves; (ii) to ensure that the queues both inside and outside the shops are operated in minimum distance of two meters mainly via placing marks; (iii) to place disinfectant products at regularly touched places (for example door handles, railings and trolleys) so the customers and employees may regularly use them; (iv) to ensure that employees wear gloves when touching goods and when accepting payment from customers; and (v) to ensure that customers are informed about the rules, mainly via information posters at entrance and inside the shop or through the speakers.
There are also other business-specific measures. For example consumers are not permitted to try on clothes and restaurants may only sell foods in a takeaway form through a dispensing windows and since 11 May 2020 the customers may actually be served outside of the premises (at the so called outside gardens, provided that there is at least 1,5m distance between tables).
In addition: (i) all businesses are advised to use cashless payment tools due to hygienic reasons and to limit direct contact with clients; and (ii) all people are obliged to wear a respirator, face mask, scarf, shawl, or other tools preventing droplet infection from spreading when in other places than the place of their residence.
The Government also issued a recommendation to all employers to: (i) transfer workers to home office wherever possible, (ii) support holidays and paid leaves for employees, (iii) limit the performance of work which is not essential to maintain the employer´s operations.