Here is my python code for multiprocessing. How can I write this in Julia?

```
if eris.NumProc > 1:
global pair_check
PL1, PL2 = mul_e_pairs(nocc)
def pair_check(dummy):
i, j = dummy[0], dummy[1]
ttmp = np.einsum('kdt,cd ->ktc', eris.Lov.transpose(1, 2, 0), tau[i, j, :, :], optimize='greedy')
ttmp = np.einsum('ktc,tac->ka', ttmp, eris.Lvv, optimize='greedy')
temp = np.einsum('kb,ka->ab', -t1, ttmp, optimize='greedy')
ttmp = np.einsum('kct,cd->ktd', eris.Lov.transpose(1, 2, 0), tau[i, j, :, :], optimize='greedy')
ttmp = np.einsum('ktd,tbd->kb', ttmp, eris.Lvv, optimize='greedy')
temp -= np.einsum('ka,kb->ab', t1, ttmp, optimize='greedy')
ttmp = np.einsum('tac,cd->tad', eris.Lvv, tau[i, j, :, :], optimize='greedy')
temp += np.einsum('tad,tbd->ab', ttmp, eris.Lvv, optimize='greedy')
return temp
with Pool(eris.NumProc) as p:
t21_temp = p.map(pair_check, PL1)
t21_temp2 = p.map(pair_check, PL2)
m = 0
for (i, j) in PL1:
t2new[i, j, :, :] += t21_temp[m]
m += 1
m = 0
for (i, j) in PL2:
t2new[i, j, :, :] += t21_temp2[m]
t2new[j, i, :, :] += t21_temp2[m].T
m += 1
```