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The third stage of lifting coronavirus restrictions began in Transbaikalia

The third stage of lifting coronavirus restrictions began in Transbaikalia
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The Trans-Baikal Territory has entered the third stage of lifting the restrictions imposed by the coronavirus. From July 29, cinemas, cafes, restaurants and kindergartens will be able to resume work in full format.

According to the press service of the regional government, the proposal to resume the work of all areas of business was supported by the head of the regional department of Rospotrebnadzor Svetlana Lapa. Beaches, catering establishments, children's educational organizations, hotels, swimming pools and saunas, attractions, cinemas, theaters and concert organizations, libraries and reading rooms will be able to receive visitors.

At the same time, for all spheres of activity, the requirements for a social distance of 1,5 meters remain, the resumption of work must be notified to Rospotrebnadzor and the Ministry of Economic Development, which will verify compliance with safety measures and issue a work permit. An exception will be cinemas - there it will be possible to maintain a distance of one meter between the audience, and family members will be able to sit side by side.

It is also forbidden to hold mass sports and cultural events, and business meetings are limited to no more than 50 people. In cafes and restaurants, it is necessary to install partitions and maintain a distance of 1,5 meters between tables.

For the elderly, the regime of self-isolation remains, and for the rest, a mask regime in public places and social distance are required.

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