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Operating enterprises on non-working days identified in the Khabarovsk Territory

Operating enterprises on non-working days identified in the Khabarovsk Territory
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How the residents of the Khabarovsk Territory will work on non-working days was determined by the regional government. QR codes in the region will begin to be introduced from November 1

As EastRussia was informed in the government of the Khabarovsk Territory, from October 30 to November 7, the executive authorities of the region and their subordinate organizations, as well as municipal authorities, cultural institutions continue to work according to the usual schedule. For medical organizations, there will be full working days from November 1 to November 3. Polyclinics on November 5 and 6 will work on Saturday, November 7 - a normal working day.

The rest of the employers must themselves establish the required number of employees for the period of unscheduled non-working days. Kindergartens will not interrupt their work. In schools of the region, the holidays will last until November 7 inclusive.

Places with a mass presence of people will allow visitors to use QR codes from November 1. QR codes in cafes and restaurants, hotels, fitness centers will begin to be introduced no earlier than November 20.

The regional authorities recommend that unvaccinated employees over 60 years old (and not over 65 years old, as it was before) go to the distance. Auditoriums, sports facilities, fitness centers continue to operate at a maximum load of 50%. In Platinum Arena and Arena Erofei it will be possible to gather no more than 500 people at a time.

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