Restrictive measures have changed in Almaty

Date: 12:53, 24-12-2020.

Almaty. December 24. KazTAG - Restrictive measures have been changed in Almaty, reads the report.
“The opening of additional duty groups in preschool institutions and the opening of additional duty classes from 1 to 5 classes in city schools will be suspended. Operation of retail facilities (shopping and entertainment centers, shopping centers, retail chains) is allowed until 23.00 on weekdays, weekends and holidays, while  food facilities and pharmacies located in these retail facilities are allowed to operate without time limits. The food and non-food markets are allowed to operate until 17.00 on weekdays, weekends and holidays, ” reads the official statement.
The activity of non-contact non-stationary trade objects without seats (auto-express, doner and burgers points), as well as facilities for the provision of services to the population (dry cleaning, repair of clothes, shoes points) is allowed without time limit, in compliance with the silence regime.
“Operation work of tourism objects is allowed in compliance with the restrictive measures established during the work in the test mode - the sports and recreation center “Medeu” and “Shymbulak” ski resort will continue operation with occupancy of no more than 750 people at the ice rink of Medeu and no more than 30% of the capacity at Shymbulak. Operation of entertainment establishments (karaoke, billiards, computer, nightclubs and game clubs, bowling centers, children's sports and playgrounds, trampolines, courts and others in enclosed spaces), as well as bookmakers and lottery clubs is prohibited," reads the report.
The activities of food courts (with the exception of delivery, without time limit), banquet and gala halls, regardless of location, are prohibited.
It is prohibited to hold New Year's events in all organizations and institutions from December 25 to January 5, the work of agencies providing services of animators at home (New Year's characters "Santa Claus", Snow Maiden and others) is prohibited.

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