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Visiting cemeteries banned in Vladivostok

Visiting cemeteries banned in Vladivostok
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The authorities of Vladivostok introduced a ban on visiting city cemeteries. It will begin to operate on April 18. The only exception is the burial ceremony.

According to the press service of the city administration, restrictions will apply in the Sea, Forest, Central cemeteries and on the Russian island. During the church holidays of Easter, Red Hill and Radonitsa, thousands of citizens come to the graves of relatives, which may aggravate the epidemiological situation in the city.

Also, the Vladivostok administration decided to abandon the allocation of additional buses during the days of traditional visits to burial sites. The number of patients with coronavirus in Primorye is already is approaching to fifty.

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