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Trips to cemeteries will be limited in Transbaikalia

Trips to cemeteries will be limited in Transbaikalia
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Due to the coronavirus, the authorities of the Trans-Baikal Territory decided to limit travel to cemeteries on parent's day. An exception will be made only for burials.

According to the press service of the regional government, municipalities should prepare appropriate measures. The ban on visiting cemeteries will remain in force until further notice by the authorities.

Total registered in Transbaikalia 103 cases of coronavirusа. Mobile teams of doctors are deployed on the roads to check all who enter the region, the police draw up lists of arrivals and transfer them to municipalities. Visitors must also observe two-week quarantine, lists are just needed to monitor insulation. In addition, the authorities getting ready to introduce electronic badges for all residents of the region. 
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