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Residents of the Khabarovsk Territory will be allowed to walk in isolation

Residents of the Khabarovsk Territory will be allowed to walk in isolation
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In the Khabarovsk Territory they plan to soften the regime of self-isolation. Regional authorities want to allow walking and playing sports in compliance with social distance and mask regime. The decision will be made taking into account the increase in the incidence of coronavirus.

The authorities also intend to expand the types of economic activity, which will introduce exemptions and allow work. In the Territory, they are adopting a three-stage plan for the resumption of economic activity: first they want to expand activities where people can relatively safely communicate with each other, then open some enterprises pointwise, and then take measures based on the epidemiological situation.

To expand the list of permitted types of work and services according to the Rospotrebnadzor department in the Khabarovsk Territory. However, this should be done with strict adherence to guidelines for industries. At the same time, small and medium-sized businesses should not wait for the instructions of Rospotrebnadzor, but study the recommendations on their own. In case of violation of the rules, organizations will close.

Intend to extend the regime of self-isolation in the Khabarovsk Territory until 1 June, and phased lifting of restrictions will begin on May 12. Now registered in the region 781 case of COVID-19. 540 people are under treatment, nine of them are in serious condition, five are connected to mechanical ventilation devices. 

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