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At a table in a cafe, no more than two people can now sit on Sakhalin

At a table in a cafe, no more than two people can now sit on Sakhalin
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Only two can now sit at tables in cafes and restaurants on Sakhalin. The corresponding changes to the decree regarding visits to public institutions were introduced by Governor Valery Limarenko.

This rule does not apply to families with children.

In the Sakhalin Region since 26 May restaurants, cafes and canteens reopened. Catering establishments can only work from 7 am to 21 pm. In May, it was reported that in the Sakhalin region, one of the lowest in the country the rate of increase in incidence. 

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