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COVID Restrictive Measures Eased in Yakutia

COVID Restrictive Measures Eased in Yakutia
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A number of restrictive measures on coronavirus have been eased in Yakutia. The republic noted a decrease in the number of both new infected and severely ill.

As EastRussia was informed in the press service of the government of Yakutia, cafes and restaurants with an area of ​​more than 100 sq. meters will be able to work from 06:00 to 23:00 hours. The maximum number of visitors is 100; no more than ten people can be accommodated at one table. All visitors are required to present QR codes.

It is also now allowed to host official sporting events without spectators. The occupancy rate of cinemas, theaters, concert halls is increasing: they can be filled by 70%, not 50%, as before. It is mandatory to present a QR code about vaccination, previous illness or PCR test. With QR code clearance, work is allowed without restrictions in hairdressing salons, spas, fitness clubs and gyms. Holding discos remained banned.  

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