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Weddings for a month will be banned in Vladivostok

Weddings for a month will be banned in Vladivostok
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In Vladivostok, applications for marriages in city registry offices have been suspended. The authorities decided to introduce such measures for the prevention of coronavirus.

According to the press service of the administration of the capital of Primorye, all May applications from the newlyweds will not be accepted. The wedding can be scheduled for the period from June 1.

Those who even before the ban planned to sign in April-May 2020 are urged to postpone the ceremony to a later date. In exceptional cases, registry offices will carry out state registration of marriage, but only in the presence of the bride and groom.

Primorye, like many other regions of Russia, has passed self-isolation mode since March 31. Anticoronavirus measures also fell Registry Offices of Kamchatkawhere the number of guests is limited to 15 people. Weddings in Khabarovsk are not yet banned, but employees will limit themselves to solemn signing of documents in the presence of some newlyweds.

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