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Shift workers will be less in the Amur region

Shift workers will be less in the Amur region
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There will be fewer visiting workers in the Amur region. The head of the regional Rospotrebnadzor Olga Kurganova recommended that all enterprises reduce the number of workers from other regions as much as possible, or temporarily abandon them.

In addition to these recommendations, it became known that sanitary requirements for the attraction of shift workers will be tightened. The press service of the government of the Amur region reported that there are about 100 enterprises in the region, employing more than 45 thousand shift workers. Among them are gold mining, construction and road enterprises.

As the Governor of the Amur Region Vasily Orlov said, many enterprises will not be able to work without the relocation of workers. He urged the management of each company to submit a sanitary action plan for the involved workers. And he strongly recommended involving doctors in the staff.  
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