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The head of Angara region calls on to attract local to shift work

The head of Angara region calls on to attract local to shift work
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The acting head of the Irkutsk region, Igor Kobzev, called for local residents to be preferred when hiring shift workers. He explained this by the need to protect residents of the Angara region from new cases of coronavirus infection. It will also help solve the problem of unemployment.

According to the press service of the regional government, over the past day, another 48 shift workers who arrived from other regions of the country were diagnosed with COVID-19. In total, 20 cases of the disease were registered in the region on May 83. The number of deaths from coronavirus in the region has increased to eight. Igor Kobzev noted that it is very important to exclude contact between incoming and outgoing shift workers.

In the Irkutsk region suspended all movements of shift workers until further notice. Obligatory wearing of masks in public places introduced in the Irkutsk region since 20 May. At-risk residents promised free give out about two million medical masks.

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