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The head of Chukotka called on residents to stay at home

The head of Chukotka called on residents to stay at home
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The governor of Chukotka, Roman Kopin, urged residents of the region to stay home and comply with the quarantine regime. At the same time, if employers did not take into account the entered non-working week, the head of the Autonomous Okrug urged to complain to the labor inspectorate.

On your page in Instagram The governor of Chukotka addressed residents of the Autonomous Okrug. He focused on the fact that this non-working week is not a vacation, but quarantine measures. Along with this, Roman Kopin called for abandoning trips within the region, recalled that it was decided to stop the work of enterprises and public catering establishments in the district. Separately, he recalled that, whenever possible, assistance should be given to pensioners who are at risk.

The heads of large enterprises decided to extend their shift for a month or more in order to prevent workers from coming from regions unfavorable for coronavirus. For those employees who are not allowed to leave their jobs, the governor recalled the labor inspectorate for the region, where they are ready to respond to complaints about employers who ignore quarantine measures.

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