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The ban on walks in the forests extended in Ulan-Ude

The ban on walks in the forests extended in Ulan-Ude
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The authorities of Ulan-Ude have extended the ban on staying in the forests. The order of the head of the capital of the republic Igor Shutenkov is valid from May 19 to June 8. This is necessary to ensure fire safety.

According to the press service of the mayor's office, specialists from the Ministry of Emergencies and the administration will patrol the forests, including on weekends and holidays. Warning houses will be installed along the roads, and unauthorized entries into the forest belt will be blocked. Mineralized strips and fire breaks will also be arranged.

Being in for sports on Komsomolsky and Bogorodsky islands, as well as in the area of ​​a football field on Verkhnyaya Berezovka, is allowed subject to the requirements approved by the head of the republic. From May 12, you can engage in physical education and sports in the open air (together - no more than two people). The distance between them should be at least five meters.

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