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In Yakutia from August 1, will open cafes and restaurants

Restaurants and cafes will open in Yakutia from 1 August the further removal of restrictions from COVID-19, said the head of the Aysen Nikolaev at the daily briefing of operational staff.

According to the head of the Republic, for the last day in Yakutia revealed 60 new cases of coronavirus infection, including 40 in Yakutsk, 20 people fell ill in the districts. 26 people were in a critical condition, and three were on the ventilator. In the Republic begin to reduce beds for patients with coronavirus, as they are two times fewer patients than at the peak of infection, he said.

Besides, Nikolaev has informed that has charged to Ministry of health of the region start from 1 August vaccination campaign. "The likelihood of another wave of coronavirus infection is estimated highly enough all epidemiologists of the country, and we must be ready for it," he concluded.

In turn, the Cabinet of the Republic explained that the activities allowed only with a separate external entrance, the simultaneous provision of customer services in the amount not exceeding 50% of room capacity and operation in the period from 08.00 to 00.00 hours. It is prohibited banquets and other events. The catering facilities located in the building of shopping malls, can only work for the delivery and sale of takeaway ready meals.

In the framework of the exemption in connection with the decree of the head of the Republic on 1 August in Yakutia will resume the work of state and municipal institutions and organizations. Extended isolation of citizens over 65 years of age, and citizens with chronic diseases.