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Self-isolation regime will be tightened in the Irkutsk region

Self-isolation regime will be tightened in the Irkutsk region
Photo: Press Service of the Government of the Irkutsk Region
The head of the Irkutsk region Igor Kobzev signed a decree on strengthening the regime of self-isolation. He was supported by doctors in the region and district authorities.

According to the press service of the regional government, in recent days, the region has seen a sharp increase in the number of cases of coronavirus. At the same time, the level of self-isolation in the region is very low. In order not to provoke the spread of coronavirus, the authorities decided to restrict the operation of retail outlets on the May holidays.

From May 1 to May 11, only grocery stores and essential goods, as well as pharmacies, will work. It is recommended that shopping centers stop work for disinfection. Residents who spend their days at the dachas are advised by the authorities to stay out of town until May 11 to minimize travel and contact.

Now registered in the region 129 cases of COVID-19. For all time in the Irkutsk region from coronavirus four patients died
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