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Circles and creative sections stopped working in the Amur Region

Circles and creative sections stopped working in the Amur Region
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In the Amur Region, from October 26, the work of sections, circles and creative groups in institutions of folk art has ceased. The measures were taken due to the deterioration of the epidemiological situation for coronavirus in the region.

The order to suspend the work of the circles and sections was signed by the Minister of Culture and Archival Affairs of the region, Nadezhda Dorgunova. According to the press service of the regional government, measures were taken to separate people as much as possible.

Creative teams have temporarily stopped classes until further notice. First-year students were transferred to distance learning at the Amur College of Arts and Culture in Blagoveshchensk. The rest continue their face-to-face studies.

In the dormitory of the college, at the request of Rospotrebnadzor, two isolation wards were organized. Teachers over 65 years old were transferred to a remote location, they teach remotely.

Now in the Amur region, 5 cases of coronavirus have been confirmed. The rate of increase in the incidence per day was 983%.

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