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Recreation centers will resume work this week in Transbaikalia

Recreation centers will resume work this week in Transbaikalia
Photo: press service of the Transbaikalia government

In the Trans-Baikal Territory, starting July 4, the recreation center will resume work. They will be able to receive guests subject to all requirements.

According to the press service of the regional government, recreation centers will be able to start work, where there are opportunities for accommodating guests in rooms with a separate exit to the street. It can accommodate one guest or family.

Also, the premises should have disinfectants, air conditioners, disinfectants, masks and gloves should be available in public areas. The staff must pass tests for coronavirus to be admitted to work.

Meals in places of rest should be arranged in the rooms. Canteens and cafes will only be able to take away. Sun loungers, changing rooms and other equipment on the beaches will need to be arranged taking into account the social distance. At the same time, the maximum number of guests in the territory will be established at the bases.

Transbaikalia authorities said they were ready start the second phase of lifting restrictionsintroduced due to the coronavirus. The authorities of Chita may soon start to open additional groups in kindergartens.

 

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