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First-aid posts plan to organize at all camp sites of Angara

First-aid posts plan to organize at all camp sites of Angara
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After removing the restrictions for the tourism industry in the Irkutsk region, the authorities decided to introduce new rules. For operational medical care, vacationers plan to organize first-aid posts in recreation areas.

According to the press service of the regional government, there is already a massive concentration of tourists on Olkhon and the Baikal coast. Medical teams work in Khuzhir and Yelantsy, there are beds for treating patients with coronavirus.

An emergency evacuation procedure has also been developed. However, so far no cases of the disease have been identified among tourists. Nevertheless, the organization of first-aid posts should help promptly prevent coronavirus outbreaks.

Chalets and cafe resumed work in the Irkutsk region since July 3. For each branch in the region, a number of sanitary requirements have been developed: it is recommended that guests be accommodated mainly by families, disinfectants should be in all rooms, and personnel must be provided with medical masks.

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