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Ritual halls close in Khabarovsk due to the threat of coronavirus

Ritual halls close in Khabarovsk due to the threat of coronavirus
Photo: khabarovskadm.ru

In Khabarovsk, ritual halls are closing due to the spread of the coronavirus. Only a few continue to work, limiting the number of people at parting to ten.

According to the press service of the city administration, the corresponding order is valid in the Municipal Unitary Enterprise “Special Combine”. There, the issue of the complete closure of the halls is being considered there.

Cemeteries are still open. However, experts urge the townspeople to refrain from visiting during the Easter and Radonitsa periods, when people massively come to the graveyards.

As for the burial of people who have died from the coronavirus, the experts cannot say clearly about the procedure yet. Only Rospotrebnadzor can decide whether it will be a mandatory cremation or a traditional burial.

Coronavirus officially confirmed in the region seven people, one diseased is in a stable serious condition. First suspicion of COVD-19 appeared in Komsomolsk-on-Amur.

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