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Restrictive measures extended in Buryatia

Restrictive measures extended in Buryatia
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The authorities of Buryatia have extended the restrictive measures imposed due to the coronavirus until May 11. At the same time, on the May holidays, residents of the republic over 65 years old will be allowed to go to their dachas, provided they do not use public transport and do not communicate with neighbors.

According to the press service of the government of the republic, construction shops, gardening equipment, seed supplies and hairdressing salons will open in Buryatia on April 30. However, all entrepreneurs were urged to be wary of the situation and continue to comply with the sanitary measures prescribed by Rospotrebnadzor.

Now registered in the republic 271 cases of COVID-19. In infectious hospitals with a confirmed diagnosis, there are 177 patients, including 12 children. In the intensive care unit, two people remain in serious condition.
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