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New Measures Introduced in Karelia
6.05.2020 12:40
New Measures Introduced in Karelia
(Source: https://avatars.mds.yandex.net)


      
In Karelia,  changes have been made to the list of restrictive measures in force in the regions in connection with the spread of coronavirus.

      From May 10 in ten cities of Karelia they introduce the obligatory wearing of masks in public places. It is mandatory to wear protective masks when visiting public places (shops, pharmacies, hospitals and clinics) in the following cities: Petrozavodsk, Segezha, Kondopoga, Kostomuksha, Kem, Belomorsk, Sortavala, Lahdenpohja, Pitkäranta, Olonets. In other areas, masks should be worn by those who arrived in Karelia from other regions. 

      In addition, from May 7, walks are allowed, including using personal transport. So far, it can only be single walks or with members of your family who you live with.

      In total, 110 cases of coronavirus infection were recorded in Karelia.

       

      



Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Karelia Russian regions coronavirus   

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