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Restriction regime extended for another month in Buryatia

Restriction regime extended for another month in Buryatia
Photo: egov-buryatia.ru

In Buryatia, the regime of restrictions was extended until June 30. Persons over 65 years of age and those who have chronic diseases are required to be on self-isolation. The ban on the work of shopping centers and entertainment venues, spas and saunas will continue to apply.

According to the republican government, along with these preventive measures, some concessions will come into force. Starting June 1, state institutions and executive authorities will resume personal reception of citizens and the provision of state and municipal services. It is supposed to pre-record and maintain social distance.

On the first day of summer, sanatorium-and-health children's camps of year-round action, motels and other accommodation facilities will begin to work, subject to strict observance of anti-epidemiological measures. Severobaikalsk and the North Baikal district are allowed to receive guests from the Irkutsk region, subject to a medical certificate.

In addition, from June 1, registration of acts of civil status by appointment will resume. At the time of marriage registration, no more than four people may be present.

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