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Mandatory mask mode introduced in Transbaikalia

Mandatory mask mode introduced in Transbaikalia
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In the Transbaikal Territory, a mask regime was introduced. Now wearing a face mask or respirator has become mandatory when visiting public places.

According to the press service of the regional government, residents of the region should wear a mask in the porches, elevators and stairs of residential buildings, in markets and in retail outlets, in yards, including playgrounds, in public transport, and also at workplaces.

Now confirmed in Transbaikalia 167 cases of COVID-19, including in 23 children. From May 2, residents in Chita and the Chita region introduced digital skipping mode

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