Question-answer. Seventieth day
During the seventieth day of the work of the “hot line” on restrictive measures during the high alert period, which was organized by the administration of the city of Magnitogorsk, 54 calls were received from residents to the line.
The following questions turned out to be the most popular:
- How to get a grocery set and can I get it again?
- What restrictive measures are in force in the Chelyabinsk region at the moment?
- What are the rules for visitors from Moscow and other cities? Is self-isolation required for 14 days upon arrival?
The answers to these and other questions can be found here.
The hotline phone continues to work - 8 (3519) 49-04-74. You can ask questions on weekdays from 8:30 to 17:30, and on weekends from 9:00 to 18:00.
In the Chelyabinsk region there is a round-the-clock hotline on issues related to COVID-19 - 8 800-201-41-88. Also, South Urals residents can find answers to questions of interest in the Intersvyaz. Smart city. ”
A special “hot line” has been created for businessmen and entrepreneurs: 8 800-350-24-74.
According to the operational headquarters in Magnitogorsk on June 5, 11:00, 803 cases of COVID-19 were confirmed in the city, of which 299 patients recovered and were discharged from the hospital.
On May 25, a phased exit from the restrictive measures introduced in connection with the distribution of COVID-19 began in the Chelyabinsk region. However, mitigation is not a reason to break the mask, which continues to operate in the region.
Recall that from May 12, the use of PPE by all citizens when going to the store, traveling by public transport is mandatory. A mask regime has been introduced in the region, non-observance of which also entails administrative responsibility.
Since the beginning of the self-isolation regime in the region, police officers have been raiding daily on city streets and public places. Also, traffic police officers are on duty on the city roads, explaining to drivers the strict need to observe personal safety measures.
High alert in the Chelyabinsk region continues to operate. Rospotrebnadzor experts emphasize: at all stages of exit from restrictive measures, the self-isolation regime remains mandatory for people over 65 years of age, as well as for people suffering from chronic diseases. The rest must strictly observe all restrictive measures, namely: wear a mask and maintain social distance.