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In the Amur region expanded the list of essential goods

In the Amur region expanded the list of essential goods
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The authorities of the Amur Region have added 14 items to the list of essential goods, thanks to which the organizations of 46 types of activities will be able to start work. They will be able to open even in quarantine, albeit with some conditions.

According to the press service of the regional government, a number of organizations will be able to open before April 12 during quarantine. Allowed the work of suppliers of parts, assemblies and accessories (including lubricants, tires, tires, tubes) for cars, as well as organizations that carry out repairs and maintenance. The ban on work has been lifted for timber merchants, banks, cadastral engineers.

Also, construction and design organizations, construction supervision, construction customers and manufacturers of building materials will be able to work. Visitors will be allowed to receive multifunctional centers, as well as insurance organizations and social service centers.

Educational organizations using remote technologies, employment centers can also work in quarantine. The ban was lifted from a number of agricultural enterprises: suppliers of fertilizers, veterinary preparations, animal shelters, veterinary clinics.

All operating enterprises must ensure compliance with sanitary standards recommended by Rospotrebnadzor. Moreover, due to the stable epidemiological situation, the Amur Region authorities are ready to mitigate quarantine mode in 26 municipalities of the region. In the whole area, it is confirmed today that everything four cases of coronavirus
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