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   Within the framework of the month "Traffic safety - the peace of our life" for carrying out educational activities aimed at ensuring road safety, preventing road accidents, providing first aid, employees of the Lebap velayat department of the National Red Crescent Society of Turkmenistan, together with the responsible employees of the Police safety, carried out work with drivers of motor transport and pedestrians on one of the main streets of the city of Turkmenabat.
    With the help of employees of the Road Safety Police Department, drivers of vehicles were stopped at the side of the road to carry out explanatory work on the observance of traffic rules, as well as taking into account the increase in the concentration of dust particles in the environment, the use of masks and the observance of a social distance of at least 2 meters, compliance with the rules of personal hygiene by paying attention to the relevance to the provision of such events. Employees of the velayat department of the National Red Crescent Society of Turkmenistan, along with the work with car drivers, organized preventive work among pedestrians and distributed information materials aimed at preventing infectious and non-infectious diseases, providing first aid.

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