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The regime of complete self-isolation was introduced in Buryatia

The regime of complete self-isolation was introduced in Buryatia
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The authorities of Buryatia introduced a regime of complete self-isolation in the republic. It will be valid for all residents, regardless of age.

Until April 5, all residents of Buryatia must be at home. As noted by the head of the republic, Alexei Tsydenov, you can only go to the nearest grocery store with safety precautions.

The measures of life support workers and doctors will not be affected. In hospitals, they switched to a round-the-clock mode of operation with complete self-isolation: they do not return home and do not communicate with relatives and friends. In other hospitals and polyclinics, everyone has switched to an excess of working hours.

The first in the Far East to introduce a regime of complete self-isolation authorities in Yakutia, and then - Primorsky KraiI, Magadan region, Transbaikalia, Sakhalin Oblast. Today they intend to introduce it in the Khabarovsk Territory.

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