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Cafe and summer verandas resumed work in Transbaikalia

Cafe and summer verandas resumed work in Transbaikalia
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Work in the Transbaikalia was resumed by summer cafes and verandas. They were allowed to open from July 9.

Decree Governor Alexander Osipov signed a work permit. At the same time, the owners of such cafes must conduct spring cleaning before starting work, they must also ensure social distance of 1,5 meters, establish the maximum number of visitors, and put antiseptic agents at the entrances.

Cafes are obliged to warn the ministry of economic development of the region and Rospotrebnadzor about the beginning of work, and the authorities must ensure control over the work of food outlets. The decision entered into force on July 9.

Earlier, the Office of Rospotrebnadzor in the Trans-Baikal Territory proposed remove coronavirus restrictions from several categories of objects. The possibility of opening kindergartens, street trading venues, sports and cultural facilities is being considered.

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