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More and more residents of Jewish Autonomous Region are evacuated to temporary accommodation

More and more residents of Jewish Autonomous Region are evacuated to temporary accommodation
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In the Jewish Autonomous Region, more and more local residents affected by the flood are evacuated to temporary accommodation centers (TACs). Birobidzhan evacuation centers on ul. Pioneer and Embankment in them are 35 people, including 15 children.

According to the press service of the regional GU EMERCOM of Russia, in the region 21 TAC is ready to receive floaters. They can accommodate 1 450 people.

After heavy rains in Birobidzhan number of houses increasedaffected by the flood. Bottled water began to be transported to the flooded areas - employees of the Rospotrebnadzor recommend not to drink from taps and wells, since bacteria that are hazardous to health are highly likely to get into it. The flood situation in Jewish Autonomy worsened after passing typhoons. Now in the flood zone is located 21 settlement. Since August 2, the region has been operating Emergency modethis week rescuers started to evacuate people from the flood zone.