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Parks and attractions will open in Transbaikalia

Parks and attractions will open in Transbaikalia
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In the Trans-Baikal Territory, the removal of restrictions on coronavirus continues. New exemptions will affect the work of parks and attractions.

According to the press service of the regional government, the number of cases is steadily decreasing in the region. The second stage of lifting restrictions involves the opening of parks, and owners of attractions will also receive permission to resume work.

Currently, ten attractions are registered in the Trans-Baikal Territory. At the same time, children's carousels, trampolines are not included in their number. As noted in the State Inspectorate of the region, only attractions registered in the established order will be allowed to work. For the opening of attractions that have not received a technical examination, administrative liability is provided.

At the same time, the first stage of removing anti-epidemic restrictions has already been completed. From July 4th camp sites work, from July 9 - summer terrace cafes, and from July 10 - gyms and museums. For arrivals to the region from abroad canceled two-week quarantine. 

 

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