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Walking and sports on the street allowed in Kamchatka

Walking and sports on the street allowed in Kamchatka
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From May 12, in the Kamchatka Territory, restrictions imposed due to coronavirus are gradually beginning to be lifted. So, solitary walks with children and outdoor sports are allowed, but no one cancels the mask.

According to the press service of the government of the Kamchatka Territory, the lifting of restrictions will gradually be introduced not only for citizens, but also for business. However, while they will not remove restrictions on flights in the region and on the abolition of masks in crowded places will not.

Starting May 12, hairdressing salons, beauty salons, dry cleaners, and clothes and shoe repair shops are allowed. The owners of such enterprises should only accept appointments, and visitors should be provided with masks and gloves. Non-food stores not in shopping centers can also start working, but subject to the restriction of customers: by ten square meters. meters should be no more than one person.

According to the acting head of the region Vladimir Solodov, a separate task now is to prevent infection among doctors. In total, there are 20 sick doctors in the region, but the healthcare system copes with the flow of infected people - about half of the prepared beds are empty.

Now in the region, the coronavirus has been confirmed in 384 people, among the cases there are 12 children aged from zero to 16 years. There are five people in the intensive care unit, one remains in critical condition. 
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