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Digital passes canceled in Transbaikalia

Digital passes canceled in Transbaikalia
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In Transbaikalia for several days there has been a positive trend in the incidence of coronavirus. The regional authorities decided to proceed to the gradual removal of restrictive measures.

Digital passes have already been canceled in the region. They were introduced in Transbaikalia since 7 May. All residents of Chita and the Chita region should have received passes.

According to the press service of the regional government, the daily increase in the incidence of coronavirus infection continues to decline, for a day in Transbaikalia COVID-19 was confirmed in 42 people. The total number of cases of coronavirus in the region is 3. During the epidemic, 441 2 patients were cured in the region, 329 were discharged over the past day.

Transbaikalia authorities said last week that they were ready start the second phase of lifting restrictionsintroduced due to coronavirus. From July 4th recreation resumed work.

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