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Shops were allowed to resume work in Primorye

Shops were allowed to resume work in Primorye
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The Primorye authorities have lifted the ban on the operation of non-food stores. Now only one restriction remains in effect.

According to the press service of the regional government, all stores will be able to open without restrictions on the area and conditions for the presence of a separate entrance, which were in force earlier. For such outlets, only a ban on receiving a large number of visitors will be in force - the occupancy rate must ensure at least four square meters. meters per person.

Before opening, heads of retail outlets must notify the regional Ministry of Industry and Trade about the resumption of work. After that, the authorities will check compliance with the sanitary and epidemic requirements.

The second stage of lifting restrictions began in Primorye in mid-July, with some restrictive coronavirus measures in the region extended until August 14... Now confirmed in the region 7 cases of COVID-316... The rate of increase in the incidence is 1,4%.

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