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Coronavirus restrictions will be lifted in Tuva

02.08.2021 43 просмотров

In Tuva, on 2 August the objects of trade and services will resume their work.

The authorities of the Republic of Tyva, where there is a decrease in the daily incidence of coronavirus, decided to soften the imposed restrictions on August 2. As reported on Sunday on the website of the republican government, objects of the trade sector will be able to start work with a occupancy rate of no more than 50%, the service sector - no more than 25%.

On July 16 the authorities of the region introduced additional restrictive measures in the republic due to the deteriorating epidemiological situation. The movement of citizens without official necessity was prohibited, the work of shops was suspended, with the exception of those with a separate entrance, service facilities.

lift some of the restrictions. In particular, retail facilities, shopping centers and complexes, non-food trade enterprises with occupancy rate of no more than 50% will resume their work. Bathhouses, laundries, dry cleaners and ateliers can start working with the same percentage of loading. For fitness clubs and  rooms, beauty salons, hairdressers, massage and  nail salons, the following requirements are set: occupancy rate is not more than 25% and acceptance of clients by appointment, - the message says.

The government emphasized that the main condition for the resumption of the work of the above facilities is the vaccination of the entrepreneurs themselves and the personnel of the enterprises. “Employees with medical exemptions are not allowed to work during the pandemic. The management of enterprises must provide the regional department of Rospotrebnadzor with a list of vaccinated workers indicating the date of vaccination," the press release says.

Holding mass events in the region is still prohibited. Remote work for people over 65 and pregnant women remains mandatory.

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