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Restriction regime extended until May 31 in Chukotka

Restriction regime extended until May 31 in Chukotka
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Restrictions due to the threat of the spread of coronavirus in the Chukotka Autonomous Region were extended until May 31. The corresponding amendments to the resolution were introduced by the regional governor Roman Kopin. 

According to the press service of the regional government, the district’s sanitary doctors do not yet recommend drastically reducing preventive measures. Residents over 65 years of age must still observe mandatory self-isolation, all visitors to the region must undergo two-week quarantine.

Employers of shift workers were recommended to extend the duration of shifts and to exclude access for residents of shift camps to settlements. When using public transport and visiting public places, citizens must observe a social distance and wear masks. 

Small exemptions were made for school graduates. It is allowed to conduct individual and small-group consultations on preparation for the exam and entrance examinations. On-call groups are kept in kindergartens, the issue of the work of institutions in the regime of free visits is being considered.  

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