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Elderly workers were transferred to remote locations in 166 organizations of the Amur Region

Elderly workers were transferred to remote locations in 166 organizations of the Amur Region
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In the Amur Region, residents over 65 were transferred to remote work in 166 organizations. 1 pensioners over 704 are working remotely.

According to the press service of the regional government, more than one thousand workers went to work at home in Blagoveshchensk - they are employees of 22 organizations. According to Elena Dulenova, head of the employment department of the Amur Region, Raichikhinsk is in second place in terms of the number of employees of this age transferred to remote work, followed by Zeya and Belogorsk.

In Shimanovsky, Romnensky and Seryshevsky districts, employees of this age were not transferred to the remote mode of work.

The Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation recommended the heads of the regions to introduce point constraints on coronavirus. According to the head of the ministry, Mikhail Murashko, anti-coronavirus measures should be actively introduced, but not necessarily throughout the entire region.

According to the recommendations of Rospotrebnadzor, all citizens over 65 years old must comply with the self-isolation regime.

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