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Sakhalin and the Kuril Islands began to phase out the regime of self-isolation

Sakhalin and the Kuril Islands began to phase out the regime of self-isolation
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A phased exit from the regime of self-isolation began in the Sakhalin Region. Now you can walk with children there, engage in sports sections, kindergartens and schools have opened in seven municipalities of the region.

In the Sakhalin Oblast, one of the lowest rates of growth in the incidence rate in the country. Some trade and service facilities with a separate entrance have been launched in the region: clothing and headwear stores, retail outlets with audio and video equipment, jewelry and music stores, shoe repair shops.

According to the press service of the regional government, kindergartens resumed work in municipalities where no coronavirus infected were detected: Aleksandrovsk-Sakhalinsky, Kurilsky, Makarovsky, Nevelsky, Tomarinsky, Smirnykhovsky and Kholmsky districts. There, students of the eleventh grades will return for school desks, however, up to 15 people can be in classes at the same time. Pupils and teachers were required to wear medical masks.

Training in sports sections will be held in specialized halls, at facilities up to 50 square meters. meters can not simultaneously be more than five people, up to 100 square meters. meters - no more than ten people, up to 200 - no more than 25, more than 200 - no more than 30 people. In large open areas up to 50 athletes will be able to train.

In the Sakhalin region, the coronavirus was confirmed in 41 patients. Now 21 patients with coronavirus are receiving treatment in the region, 20 people have already recovered.

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