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High alert mode introduced in Primorye due to coronavirus

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The authorities of Primorye introduced a high-alert mode in the region. Residents were advised not to go to public events and carry out disinfection.

According to the press service of the regional government, within the framework of the introduced regime, the authorities will be able to stockpile medicines, masks and test strips outside of competitive procedures, which will speed up the procurement process. Residents were advised to refrain from leaving the region, not to attend entertainment events.

Arriving from coronavirus-poor countries are advised to immediately call a medical professional at home and remain in self-isolation for 14 days. Passenger vehicles were recommended to be disinfected daily.

Municipal organizations were instructed to conduct measures to identify foreign students with signs of infection. All classes in schools and universities will be translated into distance learning.

In seven clinics in the Primorsky Territory, they have already begun taking coronavirus tests for all residents of the region. For analysis need a policy and passport, the study is free. Earlier in the region held special teachings to detect coronavirus. 

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