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Elderly people in Primorye urged not to leave home

Elderly people in Primorye urged not to leave home
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The Governor of Primorsky Krai Oleg Kozhemyako appealed to older residents of the region with a request to stay at home if possible. Such measures, according to experts, can help prevent the spread of coronavirus.

According to the press service of the regional government, a number of additional measures were taken in the region to counteract the spread of coronavirus: limited mass events, closedWhether there are swimming pools and cinemas, business representatives were called upon to transfer employees to a remote mode of work if possible, vacations were extended in schools and distance learning was organized in universities.

In the region confirmed two cases of coronavirus. The head of the region urged to be cautious and pay special attention to senior citizens, since they are at risk.

Primorsky Krai became one of the first regions where mass analyzes for coronavirus for the population. In addition, the authorities decided support business representatives by lowering regional tax rates. 


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