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Self-isolation regime for residents over 65 years old extended in Amur region

Self-isolation regime for residents over 65 years old extended in Amur region
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In the Amur Region, for residents over 65, the self-isolation regime was extended until December 28. This entitles workers of this age category to extend sick leave.

According to the press service of the regional government, self-isolation is mandatory for unemployed citizens over 65, pregnant and with ENT diseases. The regional Rospotrebnadzor reported that there are no dynamics to stabilize and reduce the incidence of coronavirus in the Amur region.

Most of the cases were registered in Blagoveshchensk, many cases in the Mikhailovsky, Zeysky and Selemdzhinsky districts.

Last week in the Amur region for remote operation transferred residents over 65 to 166 organizations... 1 pensioners over 704 are working remotely.

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