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Coronavirus restrictions extended in Jewish Autonomous Region

Coronavirus restrictions extended in Jewish Autonomous Region
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In the Jewish autonomy, despite the relaxation of a number of restrictions, the mask regime and self-isolation will remain. These restrictions will be in effect until July 12.

According to the press service of the regional government, all current restrictive measures have been extended until July 12. This applies, including to self-isolation for people over 65 and suffering from chronic diseases, and to holding public events.

The first stage of lifting restrictions on coronavirus began in the EAO began on June 15. Then small shops of manufactured goods were opened, residents were allowed to play sports and walk in pairs on the street. However, according to the Rospotrebnadzor administration for the Jewish Autonomous Region, Coronavirus situation in the region remains tense. However, last week it was possible that the second stage of lifting restrictions would begin.   

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