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In the Rostov region from January 29, tougher anti-COVID measures are introduced

The authorities of the Rostov region decided to tighten anti-COVID measures due to the worsening epidemiological situation in the region.

In the Rostov region from January 29, tougher anti-COVID measures are introduced
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As the official site of the government of the Rostov region informs, the corresponding decree was signed by the governor of the region Vasily Golubev.

According to the document the restrictions will be tightened during the period from January 29 to February 28 inclusive.

In particular, the public catering establishments will be allowed to be filled no more than 75% of their calculated capacity. In this case, the food courts' occupancy should not exceed 50% of seats.

For the above-mentioned period, a ban on holding regional, intermunicipal and municipal official physical culture and sporting events has been introduced.

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There is also a temporary ban on exhibitions and entertainment events in enclosed spaces.

Planned medical care is temporarily prohibited, except for life-threatening situations.

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