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The mayor of Yakutsk called on older residents to stay at home

The mayor of Yakutsk called on older residents to stay at home
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The mayor of Yakutsk Sardana Avksentieva asked residents to take care of their elderly parents. She asked older residents to stay home. 

As noted on her official page in Instagram Sardana Avksentieva, despite the quarantine measures, there are many elderly people and children on the streets of the city, in transport and in shopping centers. Because they are vulnerable to infections, she asked for self-isolation for the elderly and help with food. To do this, the city created groups of volunteers who are ready to help with the delivery of food. Together with social workers, they are already caring for 411 lonely old people.

Sardana Avksentieva also called on employers to transfer employees to a remote mode of work, and parents not to let their children go to public places.

Quarantine measures operate in Yakutsk and throughout the republic. Mass events are prohibited, the work of entertainment centers is limited, distance learning will be organized for students after the holidays. Confirmed in the republic seven cases of infection coronavirus, all patients are now in the hospital. 
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