Health authorities have decided to ease social distancing rules in phases in line with the vaccination rate and quarantine situation as the nation prepares to transition to a "With COVID-19" system in November.
The decision was made during the second meeting of a joint government-civilian panel on the transition.
Some easing steps discussed include lifting operation restrictions on restaurants, coffee shops and other businesses, and adopting a vaccination and PCR test verification system for high-risk facilities, such as clubs and bars.
Wearing masks and other basic quarantine rules, however, will remain in place.
Authorities plan to hold a public hearing on the transition plan on Monday, before announcing the finalized details next Friday.