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Open food service and allow sports activities are being prepared in the Magadan region

Open food service and allow sports activities are being prepared in the Magadan region
From June 22, the second stage of lifting quarantine restrictions will begin in the Magadan Region. Cafes, restaurants are preparing for the opening, and after that, service companies.

According to the press service of the government of the Magadan region, the region is ready to begin the second stage of lifting restrictive measures. The most tense situation is observed when seasonal workers are hired by gold mining and construction enterprises. All of them undergo two-week quarantine before being sent to the shift.

 Otherwise, the situation with coronavirus in the Magadan region is stable. Starting next Monday, catering enterprises will open, but only those who have complied with the recommendations of the Federal Service for Supervision of Consumer Rights Protection and Human Welfare. Check compliance with sanitary standards will be a commission led by the regional Ministry of Agriculture.

 Also, at the second stage of lifting quarantine restrictions, sports in closed premises will be allowed, but on an individual basis. It is planned to open libraries, museums, contact zoos.

 A children's camp around the clock will open in Magadan only in July. The authorities plan to send some of the children to rest in the Crimea and the Krasnodar Territory.

At the same time, mask-glove mode will remain for residents, and extended availability extended until July 1st. Total in the area 541 cases of coronavirus. For patients, an additional infectious diseases hospital in the village of Ola at the base of the district hospital. 
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