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The Amur Region offers to ease restrictions for some entrepreneurs

The Amur Region offers to ease restrictions for some entrepreneurs
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In the Amur Region, for entrepreneurs who have created COVID-free zones, the regional business ombudsman Boris Beloborodov proposes to ease restrictions on coronavirus. The vaccination rate for employees in some enterprises has reached 90%.

According to Interfax-FAR EAST, as of October 29, 87% of employees in the service sector, trade and catering were vaccinated against coronavirus with the first component. This means that by November 25, almost 90% of workers in these areas will receive the second component of the vaccine.

According to Beloborodov, this suggests that some organizations have formed COVID-free zones. In this regard, for example, catering, it would be possible to soften the restrictions on the time of work, the occupancy of the halls. However, visitors will have to require a QR code. During the New Year holidays, such measures would help the business to at least partially compensate for the losses.

 

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