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The second stage of lifting restrictions began in the Magadan region

The second stage of lifting restrictions began in the Magadan region
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In the Magadan region, by order of the governor, the second stage of lifting restrictions imposed due to the coronavirus has begun. It will last from June 22 to July 6.

The document defines recommendations for organizing the work of museums, cinemas, libraries, theaters without the participation of spectators, educational and social organizations, fitness centers, sports organizations, public catering establishments.

According to the press service of the regional government, EastRussia said that until June 6, catering enterprises, clubs, cultural centers, fitness centers and fitness centers are not allowed to work, but they will be able to resume activities if they strictly comply with the requirements for coronavirus prevention among workers, and provided that the readiness to start their work will be confirmed by acts of executive authorities.

It is still forbidden to hold weddings and mourning ceremonies, protocol events, holidays and celebrations indoors or outdoors. But now, those arriving in the region do not need to undergo a two-week observation or self-isolation, if there are no signs of coronavirus, and if there is a negative result on COVID-19, obtained after arriving in the Magadan region.

Now in the region, 610 cases of coronavirus have been confirmed, during the epidemic in Kolyma, 271 people were cured of the coronavirus, three died. Until July 1, authorities extended readiness mode

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