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Three checkpoints with China closed in the Far East

Three checkpoints with China closed in the Far East
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Checkpoints on the border with China were closed in the Khabarovsk Territory and Jewish Autonomy. They will suspend work until February 7 due to the coronavirus epidemic in China.

The Khabarovsk branch of the Federal State Institution "Rosgranstroy" said that the governors of the Far Eastern regions asked to extend the closure of mixed checkpoints. It is planned that the points Lobei (adjacent Amurzet), Tongjiang (adjacent Nizhneleninsky) and Zhaohe (adjacent Pokrovka) will resume work on February 7.

According to the press service of the Khabarovsk Territory government, earlier it was assumed that the Pokrovka checkpoint, closed during the celebration of the Eastern New Year, will start operating on January 29. However, due to the coronavirus, the regional authorities asked Rosgranitsa to postpone the opening date in order to minimize the risks of the disease entering the region.

Intercity routes in the Khabarovsk Territory equip quarantine posts, all food products from China have been thoroughly tested. At the airport, there is a double control for arrivals from China.

Earlier, the appearance of the virus was reported in the neighboring province of Khabarovsk Territory Heilujiang. Chinese epidemiologists called possible source of coronavirus - wild animals.