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Several restrictions on coronavirus removed in Yakutia
The authorities of Yakutia removed a number of restrictions imposed due to coronavirus. In the republic, summer cafes, recreation centers, libraries, museums were allowed to open.
Decrees on the removal of restrictions were signed by the head of Yakutia, Aisen Nikolaev. Now compulsory isolation for arrivals has been abolished in the republic. Only shift workers and those who come to the city of Udachny and the village of Aikhal of the Mirny district will be sent for observation. Self-isolation regime remains mandatory only for citizens over 65 years of age and those who have chronic diseases and immunosuppression conditions.
Now allowed the movement of passenger taxis and buses of the M1, M2 category on federal, regional and local roads. The suspension of the inland water transport of passengers on the Lena River was canceled.
Also in Yakutia, subject to sanitary and epidemiological requirements, they were allowed to work shopping and entertainment centers and shopping complexes. The ban on work continues to apply for food courts and playing areas located there.
Now in Yakutia, 4 cases of coronavirus have been confirmed. During the epidemic in the republic, 267 people were cured of COVID-19, the number of deaths increased to 3.