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Public employees on Sakhalin will not be allowed abroad due to coronavirus

Public employees on Sakhalin will not be allowed abroad due to coronavirus
Photo: Press Service of the Government of Sakhalin Region

In addition to quarantine measures, distance learning in universities, the authorities in Sakhalin decided to limit the islanders' trips abroad. The measure will be binding, but not for everyone.

According to the press service of the Government of the Sakhalin Region, a whole range of anti-epidemiological measures is being introduced in the region. So, mass events with the number of participants of more than 100 people are prohibited, spring breaks in schools will begin almost a week earlier - from March 18. In shopping centers, schools, cinemas, theaters and libraries of the region, it was entrusted to place dispensers with an antiseptic. In addition, the authorities promised to compile a list of companies that offer services for the delivery of groceries and essential goods via the Internet.

Hospitals are moving towards wider home care. All cases of community-acquired pneumonia and ARVI will be registered and sent to the regional Center for Hygiene and Epidemiology. Additionally, on transport, including on the Vanino - Kholmsk crossing, sanitization and questioning of all passengers will be carried out

Together with this civil servant of the region travel abroad is limited. They will not be able to go on vacation or on a business trip. The same measures, only of a recommendatory nature, were offered to businessmen by regional authorities.

Since the beginning of March, authorities in the Sakhalin Oblast have also restricted message with the Japanese island of Hokkaido. All the Russians who remained on the island returned to their homeland through Tokyo. All who are on the island are sent to home quarantine.   

 

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