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Self-isolation regime extended in Khabarovsk Territory

Self-isolation regime extended in Khabarovsk Territory
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The authorities of the Khabarovsk Territory extended the regime of self-isolation and restrictive measures until May 11. This applies to enterprises, businesses and ordinary citizens.

According to the press service of the regional government, restrictions on the work of public catering enterprises, retail facilities, and consumer services will continue to apply. Only cosmetic, massage and spa salons and hairdressers will continue to work. It is also allowed to resume activities of logging enterprises, leasing companies, lawyers, the Notary Chamber of the Territory, enterprises and organizations engaged in geological exploration and mining, printing activities, distribution of print media products.

Until May 11, residents of the Khabarovsk Territory are prohibited from being in parks, squares, beach areas and other recreational areas. It will still be possible to leave the house only for emergency medical assistance, in cases of a direct threat to life and health, following to the place of work, for the acquisition of goods, work, services, the implementation of which is unlimited.

Also, the regional authorities made changes to the list of non-food basic necessities. It included glasses, lenses, power supplies for hearing aids, print media.

Now registered in the region 498 cases of COVID-19. Most cases are people between 18 and 65 years old. 57 people have recovered from coronavirus in the region, five patients with COVID-19 died.⠀⠀

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