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A paid day off will be given to vaccinated residents of Chukotka

A paid day off will be given to vaccinated residents of Chukotka
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In Chukotka, a paid day off should be established for vaccinated residents. The innovations will affect employees of state institutions and subordinate organizations, and for local governments this measure is advisory in nature.

According to the press service of the Chukotka government, the mask regime and the rules of social distance have been extended in the region until July 31. Also, the ban on holding mass events in closed premises continues.

One-time payment of two thousand rubles can be obtained by citizens not from 60, but from 50 years, and registration in the territory of Chukotka is now not required to receive funds. In total, about 1,2 thousand people took advantage of this support measure. The overall vaccination plan was fulfilled by 73% - this is the highest rate in the country. In Chukotka, about 17 thousand people were vaccinated, 13,6 thousand of whom completely completed the vaccination course.

In total, 857 cases of coronavirus were detected in the region. Of these, 787 patients recovered, nine people died.

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