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The regime of complete self-isolation was introduced in the regions of Yakutia

The regime of complete self-isolation was introduced in the regions of Yakutia
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The head of Yakutia, Aisen Nikolaev, introduced in the territories of Yakutsk and Zhatay, as well as the Neryungrinsky and Mirny districts, a regime of complete self-isolation. He signed a decree on March 30. In addition, dry law is introduced there.

The authorities decided to take additional measures against the coronavirus to stop the spread of COVID-19. Selected cities and areas fell under measures due to the fact that they are the gateway to the republic, and due to the fact that there are infected.

Now, residents of these territories should not leave their homes, except in extreme cases. You can go to work, go to the nearest store, take out the trash, walk your pets. In this case, it is necessary to observe a distance of at least 1,5 meters from each other, including public transport. In buildings where they provide services to the public, owners must apply special markings.

According to the press service of the regional government, from March 31 to April 6, the sale of alcohol is prohibited in these municipalities. Local governments were advised to limit public transport.

Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin asked the heads of the Russian regions to work out the possibility of introducing restrictive measures following the example of Moscow, including self-isolation for everyone citizens. Now confirmed in Yakutia 15 cases of coronavirus. COVID-19 is also suspected by an employee city ​​hospital Number 2 in Yakutsk.

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