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Museums and porches of cafes will open in July in the Amur Region

Museums and porches of cafes will open in July in the Amur Region
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Despite the fact that the coronavirus epidemiological situation in the Amur Region remains grave and hospitals are working in a busy mode, the infection spread rate is decreasing. Therefore, the regional authorities decided to relax some of the restrictions.

According to the press service of the regional government, museums are returning to the usual work schedule, and they are required to comply with all the requirements of Rospotrebnadzor. At the same time, groups of no more than ten people can be there. From July 10, catering enterprises will be allowed to open verandas, and from July 2, attractions in Blagoveshchensk will resume work. Newlyweds will be allowed to invite guests to weddings, but not more than ten people.

According to the regional staff, for a day the coronavirus was confirmed in 44 people in Blagoveshchensk, Raichikhinsk, Svobodny, Tynda, Shimanovsk, Belogorsk, Blagoveshchensk, Ivanovo, Mazanovsky and Tambov regions. The growth rate of the incidence rate was 2,9%. The total number of COVID-19 cases has increased to 1.

46,2% of patients with coronavirus developed pneumonia, 16,2% of the disease was asymptomatic, and 37,5% had ARVI. During the epidemic in the Amur region, 515 patients recovered, 15 were discharged over the past day. Another 232 people are on an outpatient basis.

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