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Travel certificates for the region are introduced in the Irkutsk region

Travel certificates for the region are introduced in the Irkutsk region
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The authorities of the Irkutsk region will restrict the movement of residents in the region for a week. The carriage of goods within the Angara region, as well as their departure from the region, will be allowed if there is an appropriate certificate from the sender. And an exception will be made only for vehicles carrying out interregional transportation. Police officers will check compliance with the regime.

From April 5 to 12, residents of the Angara region are allowed to move only from home to work, if the activity of the enterprise is not stopped. You can also walk with animals within a radius of 100 meters from the house, take out the trash in the nearest containers, visit the nearest shops with essential goods. Also, if emergency assistance is needed, you can visit the hospital. 

According to the press service of the regional government, citizens should be ready to present a passport or other identification document to the police. Those who continue to work should have a certificate issued by the employer with them. Self-isolation violators will face fines. 

Similar measures were also introduced in the Primorsky Territory. True, in Primorye pass to the street serves as an SMS message that will come to the phone after confirming the right to move during quarantine. 

Yesterday in Irkutsk first patient died with coronavirus. In total, there are 13 confirmed cases in the region, one analysis is rechecked. 






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