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60% of workers in Transbaikalia will be transferred to a remote location

60% of workers in Transbaikalia will be transferred to a remote location
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The Governor of the Trans-Baikal Territory, Alexander Osipov, suggested making it mandatory to transfer 60% of office workers to a remote mode of work. In this case, individual cases of exceptions will be coordinated with Rospotrebnadzor.

The head of the region intends to tighten the restrictive measures on coronavirus, as the epidemiological situation in the region worsens. According to the press service of the government of Transbaikalia, an additional 19 million rubles will be allocated to measures to combat COVID-18,3 in the region.

The rate of increase in cases of coronavirus infection per day in the Trans-Baikal Territory was 2,3%. This indicator twice as high as in Russia... Registered in the region 10 cases of COVID-650... Four more people died, the total number of deaths increased to 118.

Due to the deterioration of the epidemiological situation in Transbaikalia returned some restrictions... All schools in the province will be transferred to distance learning, while autumn кgames started earlier

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