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Noise ban removed in the afternoon on Sakhalin

Noise ban removed in the afternoon on Sakhalin
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In the Sakhalin region, the ban on noisy work was canceled during the day. Earlier, Governor Valery Limarenko at the request of residents introduced such a ban due to the fact that students were engaged at home.

According to the press service of the regional government, the quiet regime now operates from 22 hours to 6 am on weekdays and from 22 hours to 9 am on weekends. A temporary ban on the production of noisy work in houses was valid until 15 hours from Monday to Friday.

This was necessary for students remotely. The restrictions have been lifted since the last bell rang for schoolchildren.

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