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Entry into Jewish autonomy restricted due to coronavirus

Entry into Jewish autonomy restricted due to coronavirus
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From the evening of March 31, the entry of cars, including buses and trucks, was restricted in the Jewish Autonomy. The measure does not apply to citizens who are registered on the territory of the Oktyabrsky District, the transportation of fuel, essential goods, animals, seeds, fertilizers and mail cargo.

According to the press service of the regional government, the roads are also open for special vehicles, which are engaged in the transportation of household waste, the elimination of natural disasters and road repairs, cars of law enforcement agencies, authorities.

Residents of the Oktyabrsky District, where coronavirus quarantine was introduced, were recommended to stay at home and go out only in emergency cases, to go to the nearest store or pharmacy, walk pets and take out the garbage.

Such measures had to be introduced after detection three sick in the village of Amurzet, Oktyabrsky district. At the time of confirmation of the coronavirus, they were already in quarantine, as they were in contact with the Khabarovsk residents, who discovered a new virus.
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