Three more Russian regions relaxed restrictions due to COVID-19 pandemic :: Society :: RBC

Astrakhan, Russia

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The authorities of Sevastopol, the Astrakhan region and the Republic of Karelia announced the gradual removal of restrictions due to the spread of coronavirus, follows from reports on government websites.

In the Astrakhan region, the regime of universal self-isolation is canceled on May 16, reported Governor Igor Babushkin, specifying that residents over 65 are required to continue isolation.

“Walking is allowed, playing sports on the street,” he said. In this case, walking is allowed one by one or together, it is also necessary to observe the social distance. In addition, the region canceled access control, and hairdressers, dry cleaners and industrial goods stores with an area of ​​not more than 400 square meters. m resume work, the governor said.


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In Sevastopol, the regime of self-isolation will cease to operate on May 18, reported Acting Governor Mikhail Razvozhaev. “The situation in the epidemiological situation is quite stable,” Razvozhaev explained. Given the fact that many people have returned to work, the regime of self-isolation “loses its meaning,” he pointed out. At the same time, exemptions will also not affect older people.

In addition, there remains a special regime of entry into the city and exit, Razvozhaev pointed out. “It will be possible to get and leave the city, as before, by working passes or by QR codes,” he said.


Walking and haircuts: how regions relax restrictions due to COVID-19

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By according to Governor of the Republic of Karelia Arthur Parfenchikov, trolleybuses will resume work in Petrozavodsk on May 18, and a number of conditions must be observed. In particular, passengers in the cabin should be the number of seats. In addition, passengers and drivers must use medical masks and gloves. It is planned to equip the salons of vehicles with antiseptics for treating hands, and at terminal stops, vehicles will be treated with disinfectants.

Disinfection of vehicles is also required for trucking on interregional routes, where passengers and drivers will also be required to use masks and gloves.

From May 20, municipal libraries will open in Karelia. Services for residents of different ages will be divided by time. At the same time, free access to funds and reading rooms will be limited so far. Books will be issued by May 25 by reservation, and publications will be accepted starting May 26, but with their mandatory antiseptic processing.

Among other things, restrictions on conducting outdoor tourist excursions for groups of no more than 10 people will be lifted, subject to social distance and the use of personal protective equipment.


Coronavirus pandemic. The most relevant on May 16

Earlier May 16 on the removal of self-isolation announced Government of the Republic of Crimea, the changes will enter into force on May 18.

According to relevant given Federal operational headquarters, in Russia recorded more than 272 thousand cases of infection with coronavirus. There are 984 cases in the Astrakhan region, 135 in Sevastopol. In Karelia, 202 cases of COVID-19 infection were detected.

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