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High alert due to pandemic extended in Jewish Autonomous Region

High alert due to pandemic extended in Jewish Autonomous Region
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The EAO has again extended the high alert mode due to the pandemic. Restrictions on coronavirus are valid in the region until April 1 inclusive.

The corresponding decree was signed by the governor of the Jewish Autonomous Region Rostislav Goldstein. Masks, respirators, or other personal protective equipment must be used in public places (excluding streets), on public transport, in parking lots and in elevators.

The self-isolation regime for residents over 65 has been extended until March 29. Also, the decree establishes a ban on personal receptions of citizens in the regional government until April 1.

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