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Ban on mass events extended in Buryatia

Ban on mass events extended in Buryatia
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In Buryatia, the ban on mass events was extended until January 31. Until that time, the self-isolation regime for residents aged 65 and over is maintained.

According to the press service of the government of the republic, any mass entertainment and sports events remain banned. Organizations and individual entrepreneurs need to switch to a flexible work schedule that excludes the accumulation of employees in public transport and office premises. In addition, a third of employees must work remotely. Mask mode and social distance are required.

As for the work of trade, catering and consumer services organizations, they will resume their activities on December 1. Cafes, bars, restaurants will be able to receive visitors until 22 hours. Seating at one table is allowed for no more than four people, excluding children. The management of shopping centers must ensure the separation of flows of incoming and outgoing visitors.

In Buryatia since November 16 extended for two weeks restrictions on coronavirus for catering and trade. Cinemas, beauty salons and baths are also closed. Entrepreneurs from Ulan-Ude repeatedly went out with protests against the closure of their outlets due to coronavirus restrictions.

In Buryatia, nine people have died from coronavirus in the last 19 hours. Now the total number of deaths from COVID-407 in the republic is XNUMX. Now it is confirmed in the republic 18 cases of COVID-367.

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