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Coronavirus restrictions extended in Chukotka again

Coronavirus restrictions extended in Chukotka again
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Part of the anti-epidemic measures introduced due to the coronavirus have been extended in Chukotka. They will be valid until October 12 inclusive. The decision was signed by the head of the region, Roman Kopin.

Nightclubs, entertainment centers and leisure facilities will remain closed. According to the press service of the district government, residents of Chukotka still need to observe social distancing in public places and a mask regime.

The region maintains a self-isolation regime for citizens over 65 years old. Testing of transit passengers for coronavirus will continue at the airports of Anadyr, Bilibino and Pevek.

Earlier, Chukotka moved to the third stage of lifting restrictions, catering enterprises and cinemas were resumed in the region. The authorities allowed outdoor events to be held.

There are now 192 cases of coronavirus infection in the region, 180 people have recovered, and two have died. Since the beginning of the epidemic, more than 35 thousand tests for COVID-19 have been carried out in Chukotka.

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