In Chuvashia, epidemic measures were stepped up in the face of an increase in detected cases of coronavirus infection: minors were forbidden to go to shopping centers without their parents. The corresponding decree was signed by the head of Chuvashia, Oleg Nikolaev, a REGNUM correspondent reports with reference to the document.
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This measure, as part of the fight against coronavirus, was proposed at the last meeting of the operational headquarters by the head of the Rospotrebnadzor department, Nadezhda Lugovskaya. This initiative was supported.
“Until further notice, while improving the sanitary and epidemiological situation, it is prohibited to find minors (under the age of 16) in shopping facilities with an area of more than 800 square meters. meters, in shopping and entertainment centers unaccompanied by their parents or other legal representatives,”the decree of the head of the republic says.
As reported by IA REGNUM, earlier officials referred to the fact that this measure would be relevant not only during the holidays, but also prevent schoolchildren from visiting shopping centers after school.
Recall that in Chuvashia, more than 14.5 thousand students were identified with signs of acute respiratory infections, which is "10.2% of the total number of attending schools," including the COVID-19 disease was confirmed in 108 children. During the autumn holidays, 19 schoolchildren were infected with coronavirus.
Note that since the beginning of the pandemic in Chuvashia, 10,535 cases of coronavirus infection have been officially detected, 8,981 people (85.2%) have recovered, 1,378 patients with COVID-19 continue to be treated in hospitals and at home. Died 176 patients with coronavirus.