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Self-isolation regime removed from social service institutions in Transbaikalia

Self-isolation regime removed from social service institutions in Transbaikalia
Photo: Press Service of the Government of the Trans-Baikal Territory

In the Trans-Baikal Territory, the self-isolation regime for social service organizations is officially canceled. Nursing homes and boarding schools will be phased out of the regime.

According to the press service of the regional government, the changes concern 16 institutions in which 2 elderly and disabled people live. The weakening of the regime will take place from 190 to 4 August.

Five institutions in the Aginsky, Duldurginsky, Mogotuysky and Chita regions will continue to work in self-isolation. 660 people live in these organizations. As the Acting Minister of Labor and Social Services of Transbaikalia, Evgenia Kazachenko, noted, a difficult situation with regard to coronavirus remains in these four districts, so the self-isolation regime remains.

Strict quarantine in social service institutions of the Trans-Baikal Territory was introduced on May 14. Employees have worked six two-week shifts and are regularly tested for coronavirus.

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