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Self-isolation mode is introduced in the Magadan region

Self-isolation mode is introduced in the Magadan region
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The governor of the Magadan region Sergey Nosov signed a decree on the introduction of a self-isolation regime for all residents. This is especially true for those whose work was suspended with the introduction of a non-working week.

According to the press service of the regional government, residents of the region are allowed to leave their homes only for emergency assistance, in case of threat to life and health, to remove garbage, go to the store or walk animals. You can move away from the houses for a maximum of 100 meters. In public places you need to keep a distance with other citizens from 1,5 meters. The only exceptions are taxi rides.

It does not stop only the work of shops with essential goods and products, the work of law enforcement agencies, civil servants, rescuers, Rospotrebnadzor and other services aimed at protecting the life and health of citizens.

The same regime was the first to be introduced in the Far East the day before. in Yakutia, today - in the Primorye Territory. Take such measures recommended by the Prime Minister of Russia Mikhail Mishustin.
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