Beglov extended the ban on rallies due to coronavirus restrictions until the end of the year

Petersburg Governor Alexander Beglov extended the anti-COVID restrictions, including a ban on rallies and solo pickets. About it reported press service of the Smolny.

Anti-epidemiological instructions will be valid until December 31. In the decision, Beglov referred to the recommendations of the chief state sanitary doctor for the city of St. Petersburg, Natalia Bashketova.

At the same time, catering establishments will continue to work without changes, Petersburgers are also not required to wear protective masks and gloves.

What you need to know. By data of the operational headquarters, in St. Petersburg, 12 people died from coronavirus per day by 11:00 on October 26. In addition, 103 people were hospitalized. Previously “Paper” wrote that a new wave of the spread of COVID-19 is starting in the city and Russia, which is associated with new strains of “omicron”.

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