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Shops will be closed for five days in Transbaikalia

Shops will be closed for five days in Transbaikalia
Photo: press service of the Transbaikalia government
From May 29 to June 2, trade facilities where non-food products are sold will be closed in the Trans-Baikal Territory. So the authorities plan to disinfect public spaces as much as possible and stop the spread of coronavirus.

According to the press service of the regional government, the restrictions imposed are a forced measure. All retail properties are due to close to buyers on May 29 at midnight. After that, at least four hours before the start of disinfection of the facility, entrepreneurs must send a notification of this to the e-mail address of the operational headquarters.

Disinfection must be carried out completely: all contact surfaces of the premises, equipment must be processed. For this, business owners will have a working day. The quality of disinfection will be checked. Employees involved in processing should be provided with protective equipment. Also, workers should retain wages for forced days of inactivity.

In addition, there remains a ban on the operation of non-food stores up to 400 square meters. meters, if the outlet does not have a separate street entrance. Also on weekends it will not be possible to work after 18:00. The restrictions do not apply to medical, pharmacy, social, transport organizations, as well as to companies working in the field of waste management and funeral affairs, as well as selling goods remotely.

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