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Coronavirus restrictions are eased in the Khabarovsk Territory

Coronavirus restrictions are eased in the Khabarovsk Territory
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The authorities of the Khabarovsk Territory went to weaken some restrictions aimed at the non-proliferation of coronavirus infection. From January 22, an increase in the workload of cultural and sports institutions is allowed.

As the acting governor of the Khabarovsk Territory Mikhail Degtyarev stated in his instagram account, an analysis of the epidemiological situation in the region showed that some restrictions associated with anti-virus measures can be mitigated. Thus, it is allowed to increase the loading of theaters, cinemas, philharmonic and sports facilities from 30% to 50%.

On the eve of the situation with morbidity in the region, the authorities described as a "shaky plateau". Every day in the region, about 300 people are infected with COVID-19. According to the latest over the entire period of the pandemic, 41 cases of coronavirus infection were detected in the region, with 591 active cases at the moment.

Moreover, every day in the Khabarovsk Territory from coronavirus infection up to 600 people are vaccinated... Until the end of February, the region plans to vaccinate 27 thousand local residents, and by March 80, local authorities hope to reach XNUMX thousand people.

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