Krasnodar, 24 July. The Kuban Governor Veniamin Kondratiev has announced a new stage of lessening of the high alert regime. According to it, aquatic parks and swimming pools are now open for public.
“Over the past week, the [coronavirus] disease was not detected in seven rayons; 85% of the patients have been discharged from hospitals. Both local dwellers and visitors are showing high activity; it is allowed to travel all over the region and to visit restaurants. The number of holidaymakers is growing at the seafronts and the beaches – and they should be spread apart. On 18 July, we will open the water parks and amusements, but only open-air ones, it’s a matter of principle,” Mr. Kondratiev said.
All facilities will have to strictly adhere to all sanitary requirements. The libraries will be working without reading halls. Some children’s institutions, sports schools including, will also resume activity, but only in the form of individual classes.
As before, it will be necessary to wear personal protective gears in indoor areas.
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