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Self-isolation mode will begin to remove in the JAO

Self-isolation mode will begin to remove in the JAO
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In Jewish autonomy, they are moving to the first stage of lifting restrictions due to coronavirus. Next week, residents will be allowed to walk, some shops will open.

According to the operational headquarters of the EAO for the fight against coronavirus, restrictions will begin to weaken from June 15. At first, small, up to 400 meters in area, non-food stores with a separate entrance will start working. At the same time, retail outlets will be able to accept one buyer per four square meters. meters. Walking will be allowed in twos and away from public places. It will also be possible to play sports on the street in twos, but with a distance of five meters.

Restrictions apply to people at risk. Also, additional restrictions have not been lifted from the Orphanage, the TB dispensary and the psychiatric hospital. The staff will continue to work in shifts until further notice.

 Also, the region refused to hold the Victory Parade, planned in many cities of Russia on June 24. Authorities will be limited to conducting only the air part of the parade.

 In total, in the region on June 11, there were 368 sick four patients who died, 275 people recovered. In serious condition, only one patient is connected to mechanical ventilation.

 Moreover, investigators of the Investigative Directorate of the Investigative Committee of Russia in the Khabarovsk Territory and the JAO investigate coronavirus outbreak in prisonin the village of Bira. Among employees from April 2020 turned out to be employees, and prisoner colonies. Quarantine from the village of Bira was filmed in may.
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