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Control over self-isolated citizens will be strengthened in the Amur region

Control over self-isolated citizens will be strengthened in the Amur region
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In the Amur Region, control over self-isolated citizens will be strengthened. Among employees empowered to draw up protocols on violators will be instructed. 

132 people returned to the region from abroad, who, according to the order of Rospotrebnadzor, should be at home. According to the operational headquarters for combating the spread of coronavirus, Rosguard officials, police officers, heads of fire service units will be told how to act in case of violation of the quarantine regime by citizens. Self-isolation is recommended for citizens over 65, pregnant women and people with chronic diseases.

In addition, mobile groups have begun work to monitor compliance by entrepreneurs with all sanitary standards. Everyone who has resumed their work on Monday should have an irreducible supply of personal protective equipment and disinfection, conduct thermometry of employees, and carry out wet cleaning of premises every two hours.

Amur region confirmed nine cases of COVID-19... Experts predict that an increase in the incidence of coronavirus in the region will occur in May, so the authorities ready to tighten restrictive measures.




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