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More than 7 thousand shift workers were exported from the Chayandinsky field of Yakutia

More than 7 thousand shift workers were exported from the Chayandinsky field of Yakutia
Photo: gazprom.ru

More than seven thousand shift workers left the Chayandinskoye field in Yakutia during the coronavirus pandemic. The regional airline "Yakutia" evacuated 7180 people from there.

According to the press service of the government of the republic, export flights from the Chayandinsky field were operated from May 3 to June 1. 70 flights were completed. Shift workers were sent to 32 Russian regions. Only healthy passengers were allowed to fly, they were given special suits. The crews were also equipped with protective suits.

The head of Yakutia on April 17 signed a decree on quarantine on the territory of the Chayandinsky oil and gas condensate field. The field has 34 shift camps with more than 10 thousand people. There are practically no locals here.

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