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Quarantine restrictions in Uzbekistan extended until August 15

By the decision of the Special Republican Commission on Combating Coronavirus, quarantine restrictions introduced in Uzbekistan from July 10 were extended until August 15.

A number of previously introduced restrictions are also retained. Including:

– the ban on holding weddings, family and other events remains;

– Persons over 65 are advised to observe the self-isolation regime and not leave the house without a reason;

– it is forbidden to gather in public places in groups of more than three people;

– Citizens must maintain a social distance of 2 m and use face masks.

The ban on the following facilities has been extended until August 15:

– attractions in parks;

– clothing markets and large stores of non-food products;

– gyms, fitness clubs, gyms and swimming pools;

– catering points (restaurants, cafes, canteens, teahouses), with the exception of delivery services (catering);

– preschool educational organizations, training courses and circles of all types;

– sanatoriums, boarding houses, children’s camps, guest houses, hostels, beaches and other recreation areas;

– hairdressing and beauty salons.

In addition, the ban on the entry and exit of vehicles to Karakalpakstan, regions and Tashkent, including non-linear taxis (with the exception of movement between Tashkent and Tashkent region), remains.

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