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Coronavirus restrictions extended in Transbaikalia

Coronavirus restrictions extended in Transbaikalia
Photo: press service of the Transbaikalia government
The Office of Rospotrebnazor in the Trans-Baikal Territory decided to extend restrictive measures due to coronavirus. So far, the self-isolation regime will continue until June 8.

According to the press service of the regional government, further steps to remove restrictions will depend on the epidemiological situation. However, while the incidence rate in the region does not allow to remove the restrictions completely.

Now in Transbaikalia they are preparing for a phased removal of restrictions. One of the conditions is the availability of free beds for the treatment of patients with coronavirus, a test indicator, and the mortality rate. In addition, the recorded weekly incidence of community-acquired pneumonia is taken into account compared with the level calculated over the past three years.

So far, the infection spread coefficient in the region is 1,11 - this does not allow moving on to further weakening quarantine. In Transbaikalia, most non-food items are operated in compliance with sanitary restrictions. Closed catering, hotel, tourism and sports facilities.
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