So far the markets, formal or informal, could remain in operation three times a week, between 06h00 and 13h00, but only for food marketing.
According to the presidential decree published on Wednesday, the wearing of masks in markets, enclosed spaces and public transport is now compulsory.
The second extension of the state of emergency declared on 27 March eases trade restrictions and reopens public services in general, from 8am to 3pm, but the workforce may not exceed 50 percent.
Commercial areas may operate between 8am and 3pm and those trading in food products may be open until 4pm.
Another novelty is the prohibition of dismissals based on the absence of workers from the workplace.
Citizens who are dismissed from work in person are subject to a home work regime.
Industrial activity in general is also permitted and the resumption of public works considered to be priority and strategic is authorised.
The provision of services by domestic servants resident in the family home is also permitted.
Urban and interprovincial public transport will now have a maximum capacity of 50 per cent, instead of the current 1/3, circulating between 5am and 6pm, while rail transport will continue to operate only for goods transport.
The President's auxiliary bodies, as well as the ministerial departments will extend the working hours for a further two hours, from 8am to 3pm.
Individual sports and leisure activities can take place in open spaces between 5am and 6.30am and between 5pm and 7pm.
The country registers 26 cases of covid-19, which caused two deaths in the country.