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Vladivostok
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Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk

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Duty gardens will accept children at the presidential weekend in Yakutia

Duty gardens will accept children at the presidential weekend in Yakutia
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All municipal and state kindergartens in Yakutia will be closed during the presidential holidays. However, in small areas and settlements there will remain on-call groups in preschool institutions, and in Yakutsk - on-call kindergarten. Doctors, policemen, workers of life-support enterprises, who will continue to work, will be able to bring children there. 

According to the press service of the republican government, measures have been taken to minimize social contacts of the Yakut people. They will operate from March 28 to April 5, as President Vladimir Putin decided to make the next week inactive to minimize the spread of coronavirus. 

In total, there are 14 confirmed cases of coronavirus. The Russian government has already decided to allocate additional Far Eastern regions funding one billion rubles to combat coronavirus. 

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