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Restrictive measures tightened due to coronavirus in Buryatia

Restrictive measures tightened due to coronavirus in Buryatia
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The authorities of Buryatia tightened restrictive measures introduced because of the coronavirus. They will begin to operate on April 28.

According to the press service of the government of the republic, organizations and individual entrepreneurs selling mobile phones and tablets should suspend work. Retailers, in which only subscription services are provided, can continue to work.

In Ulan-Ude, the village of Erhirik and the village of Nizhny Taltsy of the Zaigraevsky district, hairdressing salons should also close. The activities of retail and wholesale organizations selling construction and finishing materials were also suspended there.

Now registered in the republic 227 cases of COVID-19. Head of Buryatia Alexey Tsydenov tightened measures due to the outbreak of coronavirus in the city hospital №4 of Ulan-Ude. In the medical institution, 26 people fell ill, while doctors concealed signs of the disease, violated the quarantine regime.

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