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Restrictive measures are valid until June 21 in Yakutia

Restrictive measures are valid until June 21 in Yakutia
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In Yakutia, restrictive measures are valid until June 21 inclusive. The corresponding decree was signed by the head of the republic, Aisen Nikolaev.

According to the press service of the regional government, until that time, employees of enterprises not included in the list of life support will continue to work remotely.

Every Sunday, all organizations are required to carry out disinfection and general cleaning of the premises. In most territories, beauty salons, massage and beauty parlors are allowed to operate by appointment, provided that no more than 2 clients are present at the same time.

Since June 15, the requirements for compulsory isolation do not apply to employees of organizations to protect the life, health, rights and freedoms of citizens.

Also from June 15, the restriction on the carriage of passengers by inland water transport on the Aldan and Vilyui rivers is lifted.

Earlier it was reported that in the region the prevalence rate of coronavirus today amounted to only 0,89. Due to this, part of the restrictive measures will be removed from June 15. But it’s too early to talk about the complete removal of the self-isolation regime.

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