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High alert mode introduced in Irkutsk region

High alert mode introduced in Irkutsk region
Photo: Press Service of the Government of the Irkutsk Region

In connection with the coronavirus pandemic, the authorities of the Irkutsk region limit mass events, recommend refraining from business trips and observing self-isolation. On March 18, the region entered a high alert mode. 

According to the press service of the regional government, the region now has restrictions on the number of participants in mass events, distance learning and daily disinfection in educational institutions have been introduced. All arrivals from adverse coronavirus countries or those in contact with such citizens were encouraged to organize self-isolation. 

In addition, the government decided to impose restrictions on travel outside the regions. So far, for employers who have planned employee business trips, this measure is advisory in nature. 

Since the beginning of the week, special measures have also been introduced in other regions of Russia: SakhalinIn Transbaikalia, Buryatia, on Chukotka, in the Jewish Autonomous Region, Khabarovsk TerritoryIn Yakutia and Kamchatka
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