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Self-isolation mode will be extended in the Khabarovsk Territory

Self-isolation mode will be extended in the Khabarovsk Territory
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The regime of self-isolation in the Khabarovsk Territory will be extended until June 10. Until this time, a mask regimen and other antiviral security measures will operate.

The extension of the regime during a live broadcast on Instagram was reported by the governor of the Khabarovsk Territory Sergey Furgal. He noted that all restrictive measures will not work, they will gradually be mitigated, as people run out of money. If there are no new outbreaks of coronavirus, kindergartens will open in the region from June 11. In the meantime, duty groups will continue to work in them.

According to him, the term for seeking help in the amount of six thousand rubles for residents who were left without work was extended. Payment will be able to receive and individual entrepreneurs whose enterprises have closed.

Sergei Furgal believes that the first wave of incidence in the Khabarovsk Territory is not yet over, but within a month and a half everything goes according to the predicted scenario, which allows hospitalization of patients - a hospital bed is enough. The governor said that according to the results of the epidemic, the tourism sector, the hotel business, and the sale of non-food products will suffer the most, however, according to him, the region’s economy will recover quickly.

The regime of self-isolation in the region was previously extended until June 1. Now confirmed in the Khabarovsk Territory 1 cases of COVID-827. 654 patients are in hospitals, 14 of them remain in serious condition.

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