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Schoolchildren will go to the distance because of the cyclone in Vladivostok

Schoolchildren will go to the distance because of the cyclone in Vladivostok
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Vladivostok schools will operate remotely on November 30 due to a cyclone. Blizzard, heavy snow and ice are forecast on Tuesday.

As EastRussia was informed in the press service of the regional government, the admission of children to kindergartens on November 30 was extended until 9:00. As the head of Primhydromet Boris Kubay noted, due to the bad weather, a high alert regime has already been introduced in Vladivostok.

“For the relevant services to work with maximum efficiency, it would be good for residents of Vladivostok to stay at home and work remotely on November 30 and December 1, not to travel to the city by personal transport during this period and not to park it on the roadway,” he added.

The high alert mode in Vladivostok will operate until December 4. Residents are asked to report violations in the work of the municipal economy to the EDDS.

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