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COVID-19 restrictions extended in Kamchatka

COVID-19 restrictions extended in Kamchatka
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In the Kamchatka Territory, the restrictions on coronavirus have been extended. The mask and glove regime is maintained until February 7.

The corresponding decree of the governor "On measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in the Kamchatka Territory" was signed by the acting head of the region Sergey Nekhaev. The previous restrictions were in effect until January 24.

Now in Kamchatka, mass events are prohibited; in public places, residents must wear masks and gloves. Residents over 65, as well as people with chronic diseases, are required to remain in self-isolation. Catering establishments are prohibited from working after 23 hours.

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