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Part of restrictions on COVID removed in Kamchatka

Part of restrictions on COVID removed in Kamchatka
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In the Kamchatka Territory, in several areas where the vaccination rate reached 80% of the population, some restrictions on coronavirus were lifted. Now it is possible to host cultural and sports events in closed halls.

As EastRussia was told in the regional government, the decree on easing coronavirus restrictions was signed by the governor of Kamchatka, Vladimir Solodov. Such measures will now operate in the Sobolevsky and Aleutian regions. For newly authorized events, only the restriction on the number of participants will remain - the occupancy of the halls should be no more than 70%.

As noted in the regional government, 100% of residents who are shown vaccinations need to be vaccinated. Taking children and other residents into account, the vaccination rate should be 80%.

Ранее EastRussia wrote that they plan to create an interactive map in Kamchatka, which will show the "green" areas with the highest proportion of vaccinated population.

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