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Buckwheat and pasta supplies will be tightly controlled in the Amur region
Due to the spread of coronavirus infection in the world, the authorities of the Amur Region decided to try to organize testing for coronavirus at will and tightly control the supply of buckwheat and pasta to the region.
Despite the fact that no cases of infection in the Amur Region have yet been identified, the regional authorities have introduced a high alert mode. From March 18, it will not be possible to organize mass events of more than 50 people in the region. The work of cinemas and other cultural and sports organizations will be limited. Arriving from countries unfavorable for coronavirus will be carefully examined and monitored for their compliance with the self-isolation regime. The issue of testing for coronavirus, if desired, is also being worked out.
Separately, when organizing a high alert regime in the Amur Region, daily monitoring of prices for basic food products is prescribed: buckwheat, pasta and canned food. In conditions of high demand, retail chains were advised to create additional stocks of products and, if necessary, increase supplies. In case of unreasonable overstatement of prices, all information will be promptly transferred to the FAS.
Since the beginning of the week, special measures have also been introduced in other regions of Russia: SakhalinIn Transbaikalia, Buryatia, on Chukotka, in the Jewish Autonomous Region, Khabarovsk TerritoryIn YakutiaOn Kamchatka and Sakhalin, in Transbaikalia.