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Special opening hours of stores extended in the capital of Transbaikalia

Special opening hours of stores extended in the capital of Transbaikalia
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The special mode of operation of non-food stores was extended until June 7 in the capital of the Trans-Baikal Territory. The restrictions did not apply to hospitals, pharmacies and social organizations.

According to the press service of the Government of Transbaikalia, in Chita non-food stores, markets and shopping centers can operate up to 19 hours from Wednesday to Friday. Restrictions also did not affect banks, veterinary clinics, funeral homes and transport service enterprises.

Now hotels and continuous-cycle enterprises can now operate in the usual mode - in the sectors of water treatment, energy, and heat supply. All grocery stores are also open.

At the end of May Rospotrebnazor extended restrictive measures in Transbaikalia due to coronavirus. Self-isolation mode lasts until June 8. Further actions to remove restrictions will depend on the epidemiological situation.

From May 29 to June 2 in the Trans-Baikal Territory closed shopping facilitieswhere non-food products are sold. So the authorities plan to disinfect public spaces as much as possible and stop the spread of coronavirus.

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