In the Penza region has extended the limitations due to the coronavirus
Restrictive measures in connection with threat of the spread of coronavirus infection in the Penza region was extended until July 12, said the press-Secretary of Governor Dean Cheremushkin.
"A high alert in the Penza region extended to July 12. In a decree of the Governor amended the trade of inedible goods in shopping centers taking into account the recommendations of the CPS at the second stage," - wrote in his Telegram Cheremushkin channel.
As it is told in published on Tuesday the decree signed by Governor Ivan Belozertseva, subject to the requirements of Rospotrebnadzor allowed the work of enterprises of trade, including those located in shopping centers, provided that the sales area does not exceed 800 square meters.
Governor Ivan Belozertsev has introduced in the field from March 16 to June 30 alert, a mandatory regime of self-isolation is provided for people over 65 or with a chronic disease. C June 19, the region moved to the second phase of the lifting of restrictions, enabling the trade of inedible goods with a sales area of 800 square meters, zoos, museums, libraries, beauty salons, massage parlors, and tanning beds. Citizens are obliged in the street and in public places to wear masks and observe social distance.
Only in the area of 4970 laboratory-confirmed cases of coronavirus. Died and 41 people with COVID-19, including a citizen of Kazakhstan, recovered 4661.
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