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Strict mask mode introduced in Sakhalin buses

Strict mask mode introduced in Sakhalin buses
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Starting April 15, public transport in Sakhalin will be possible only in a mask. Drivers, upon detecting a passenger without it, can stop the bus.

According to the press service of the Government of the Sakhalin Region, all passengers should use municipal vehicles only in protective masks. If someone is in the bus without it, drivers will have the right to stop driving and not to start it until the violation has been eliminated.

Representatives of one of the largest carriers in the region noted that such a measure is very important, since it is conductors and passengers who are most in contact with others. The Sakhalin residents must provide for themselves on their own.

Total on Sakhalin 12 people with a confirmed diagnosis COVID-19. Six new cases were added the day before. 
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