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Mass events on holidays banned in Yakutia

Mass events on holidays banned in Yakutia
Photo: sakha.gov.ru

In Yakutia, a ban was again introduced on all public events on weekends and holidays. Due to the increase in the number of coronavirus cases, the authorities have tightened the previously weakened restrictive measures.

According to the press service of the government of the republic, additional security measures for COVID-19 were introduced from April 20 throughout the region. Canceled conferences, forums, cultural events on weekends and holidays, except for those held in the "online" format. On weekdays, you can gather in a group of no more than 50 people, but this event must be coordinated with the operational headquarters for coronavirus.

Restaurants and banquet facilities will now close at midnight until six in the morning. Tables must be placed at a distance of at least 1,5 meters, the number of visitors in the halls cannot be - no more than 50% of the capacity. The number of people at one table should be no more than 15 people.

A restriction on visits to theaters, cinemas and concert venues has also been introduced - up to half of the occupancy rate (previously, the permissible loading of the auditorium was increased to 75%).

In Yakutia, according to the results of the past week, the incidence of coronavirus almost doubled... One of the reasons for the growth was the general conniving attitude of the population towards the current restrictions.

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