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Restrictive measures mitigated in Buryatia

Restrictive measures mitigated in Buryatia
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The head of Buryatia, Alexey Tsydenov, lifted a number of restrictions for entrepreneurs of the republic. Now several categories of enterprises can start working in the region at once.

According to the press service of the Government of Buryatia, a large part of enterprises was opened in the region: construction and industrial, repair shops. Some restrictions remain for trade objects: trade in non-food goods is allowed only in trading floors with an area of ​​not more than 400 square meters. meters. Theaters, cinemas, shopping centers, baths, saunas, catering establishments, beauty salons and massage rooms, as well as hotels, tourist facilities, sports clubs and sections, remain closed.

For residents, some concessions will also be introduced soon: they will allow physical education and sports on the street with joint exercises of no more than two people and the distance between them is at least five meters. It will also be possible to walk in pairs, observing a social distance and without visiting crowded places, including playgrounds.

Moreover, all exemptions will not affect residents of the Kizhinginsky district, where so far there is an unfavorable epidemiological situation. Only continuously operating enterprises, pharmacies, banks accepting utility bills will continue to work there.

Now registered in the republic 736 cases of COVID-19. In infectious hospitals with a confirmed diagnosis, there are 309 patients, including 30 children. 
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