The main health officer of Khabarovsk territory Tatyana Zaytseva instructs extend introduced because COVID-19 restrictions in the region on August 7, because of an increasing number of cases, reports the Department of Rospotrebnadzor in the region.
Earlier it was reported that on 11 June, the province began the first phase of the lifting of restrictions was opened on-duty groups in kindergartens, outdoor cafe, fitness centers and some Department stores. In the province remain under the prohibition of mass events, working with restaurants, remains the regime of isolation for people over 65. Measures operate in the province until July 12. However, due to the fact that the number of cases is not decreasing, the regional authorities did not rule out a return to more stringent restrictions.
The increase in the number of reported cases of coronavirus infections, which is observed in the last two weeks in Khabarovsk Krai, occurred after the festivities on may day and due to the non-masked mode, said at a meeting of the regional headquarters for the coronavirus, the Minister of health region Alexander Vitko.
Earlier it was reported that in the last two weeks in the province registered daily over 60 new cases. Because of this, the authorities even wanted to tighten the regime of self-isolation, which is valid until June 10. It was repeatedly stated that people continue to walk and communicate, despite the introduction of restrictive measures.