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Squeeze the grip: quarantine measures will be tightened again in Buryatia

Squeeze the grip: quarantine measures will be tightened again in Buryatia
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The head of Buryatia, Aleksey Tsydenov, intends to postpone the planned relaxation of restrictions on enterprises. In Ulan-Ude and the border Zaigraevsky region, severe restrictive measures will be returned, and in other regions, enterprises will continue to work within the framework of existing measures.

According to the press service of the republican government, the authorities intend to revoke work permits, strengthen the restrictive regime and again close non-food stores and hairdressers. Previously, this regime will operate until April 30. The head of Buryatia noted that the authorities "wanted to loosen the grip, but now, on the contrary, they will tighten them again."

The measures will have to be tightened because of the coronavirus outbreak in the city hospital No. 4 of Ulan-Ude. In the medical institution, 26 people fell ill, all cases are not imported, but internal. Doctors concealed signs of illness, violated the quarantine regime. One of the nurses infected her husband, who works as ambulance drivers. Now the focus of the coronavirus is the entire area.


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