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Coronavirus restrictions extended in Chukotka again
In the Chukotka Autonomous Okrug, part of the restrictive measures introduced due to the coronavirus have been extended. They will be valid until August 17 inclusive.
Governor Roman Kopin signed the resolution to extend the restrictions, and the document comes into force on 4 August. Nightclubs, entertainment centers and leisure facilities will remain closed in the region for two weeks. Residents still need to observe masking in public places and social distancing.
Until August 17, self-isolation is maintained for citizens over 65 years old. Now the region has 154 cases of coronavirus infection, 149 people have recovered, and two have died.
Earlier, Chukotka moved to the third stage of lifting coronavirus restrictions. In the region, catering enterprises, cinemas were resumed, children's school grounds and camps were opened. The district was allowed to hold public events in the open air.