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Business Ombudsman of Primorye asked not to introduce a hard lockdown

Business Ombudsman of Primorye asked not to introduce a hard lockdown
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In the Primorsky Territory, business ombudsman Marina Shemilina asked the regional governor not to introduce a hard lockdown. Relevant proposals to reduce the incidence of diseases but preserve the work of the business were developed and sent to the head of the region.

As EastRussia was informed in the press service of the business ombudsman, the proposals were developed together with activists of the business community and public assistants. Instead of closing enterprises, it is proposed that entrepreneurs strengthen control over the fulfillment of sanitary and epidemiological requirements at their enterprises. Among the main measures are the mandatory wearing of masks, the measurement of the temperature at the entrance and the observance of social distancing.

In addition, to reduce morbidity, it is proposed to strengthen control in public transport, MFC, banks. Administrative commissions mainly visit shopping centers and catering establishments, although there, Shemilina added, all sanitary requirements are observed. Businessmen also propose to ban public events.

 

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