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The next stage of easing the lockdown initiated

Taking into account the improvement of the epidemiological situation in the country, a gradual easing of quarantine conditions has started on April 22. In order to continue this work consistently, the situation at places has been studied, reasonable proposals have been received from each industry and khokimiyats.
 
Activities to be implemented based on the results of the analysis and proposals were discussed at the meeting.
 
In addition to restored industries, agriculture and construction, it is planned to gradually resume the activities of service sector entities.
 
In particular, it was noted that in districts with a positive epidemiological situation, it is necessary to allow the operation of non-food stores, provide medical diagnostics, taxi services, sewing activity, household appliances and shoe repairs, hairdressers, with the establishment of appropriate sanitary requirements for them. In addition, stickers will be canceled and the use of personal vehicles will be allowed.
 
However, since the threat of the coronavirus has not yet been completely eliminated, restrictions on mass gathering facilities, including theater performances, concert and sports events, celebrations and public transport will be maintained for some time.
 
The Republican Commission was instructed to decide in which regions and under what conditions services will be resumed.
 
“We will continue to remove restrictions as the epidemiological situation improves. On the contrary, if the situation worsens, we will resume quarantine measures”, says Shavkat Mirziyoyev.

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