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More than 100 shift workers from the Chayandinskoye field will be delivered to Buryatia

More than 100 shift workers from the Chayandinskoye field will be delivered to Buryatia
Photo: gazprom.ru

The shift workers from Buryatia who worked at the Chayandinskoye field in Yakutia will be taken to their homeland. More than 100 people will return to the republic on May 9.

As the Commissioner for Human Rights in Buryatia, Yulia Zhambalova, said on her Facebook page, a special board will take workers from the city of Mirny to Ulan-Ude. It is planned that the flight will be completed on May 9. Approximately 120 people will return to Buryatia.

Shift workers are taken out due to an outbreak of coronavirus in the field. Now COVID-19 is confirmed in 6% of employees - this is about 600 people. In 90% of cases, the disease is asymptomatic.

On a day, four flights with shift workers fly from Yakutia to different regions of the country. Till managed to transport 1,8 thousand people. In total, about 10,5 thousand workers are at the field.

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