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Self-isolation regime extended in the Irkutsk region

Self-isolation regime extended in the Irkutsk region
Photo: Press Service of the Government of the Irkutsk Region
Irkutsk region is not yet ready to exit the regime of self-isolation. The authorities of the region extend the restrictive measures until May 31.

According to the press service of the regional government, due to the increase in the incidence rate, the issue of mandatory wearing of masks in public places and transport is being discussed. The exit from the high-alert mode is planned after the stabilization of the incidence situation.

A phased plan for getting out of self-isolation will begin with the opening of baths, consumer services, points of sale of non-food products, but only with an area of ​​less than 400 square meters. meters. Also at this stage, residents will be allowed to play sports and walk in the fresh air, but only on condition of social distancing.

From May 12, draft commissions will begin to work, but only if all security measures are followed. If this does not succeed, then perhaps the call will be postponed to June. All arriving shift workers, including the surveyed workers from the Chayandinskoye field, will undergo mandatory 14-day quarantine.
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