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In the Kaliningrad region extended the ban on mass events

The ban on holding mass events in the Kaliningrad region, entered March 28, due to the spread of the coronavirus, has been extended until June 15, reported the press service of the regional government following the meeting of the operational headquarters on control of novel coronavirus infection.

"The region is also a ban on conducting business, sports, cultural, recreational, public and other events is extended to June 15. Thursday changes in regional government resolution of 16 March 2020", - stated in the message.

In addition, until July 1, and also extended the ban on the state registration of marriage in solemn atmosphere. However, in retail outlets, including shopping malls, removed the restriction on the schedule (until may 31, they only work on weekdays from 10 to 18 hours). In addition, now the number of buyers is calculated at the rate of one person per 25 square meters, not 50 squares, as it is now.

Change the rules of observation for arriving at the airport "Khrabrovo", living in other Russian regions and have not been registered in the Kaliningrad region. From June 1 they will be required to pay the cost of staying in the Observatory in the absence of adherence to isolation by other means and to conduct laboratory research on novel coronavirus infection.

Since April 20, all arriving to the Kaliningrad region through the airport "Khrabrovo" we need to respect isolation for 14 days from the date of arrival in the region: residents of the Kaliningrad region, as well as those who with them live - in the home, living in other subjects of the Russian Federation and those who do not have their own housing in the region - in the Observatory. From 6 April, Russian Railways temporarily canceled trains between the cities of the Russian Federation and the Kaliningrad transit through Belarus and Lithuania.

On may 28 in the Kaliningrad region for COVID-19 surveyed, 47.5 thousand. 1376 identified cases of infection, of which 588 people were recovered, 23 died, remain under medical observation 3916 people, including 173 in the Observatory.

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