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Rebel workers began to be exported from Yakutia

Rebel workers began to be exported from Yakutia
Photo: gazprom.ru
About 200 workers were transported from the Chayandinskoye oil and gas condensate field in the Lensky district of Yakutia by special flights. They have no signs of acute respiratory viral infections, and tests for coronavirus showed a negative result.

According to the operational headquarters of Yakutia for the fight against coronavirus, in total two special flights of the Yakutia airline with shift workers took place. Workers who completed the shift arrived in Bashkortostan. Previously, the leadership of Gazprom said that the removal of workers there will be no time ahead of schedule

At the Chayandinskoye field there are immediately 34 shift camps for ten thousand workers. Since April 17 at the field quarantined. To date, 39 cases of coronavirus have been confirmed among employees.

Last week, workers staged a spontaneous rally: they complained about insufficient awareness of the coronavirus, non-compliance with their labor rights and sanitary and epidemiological legislation. After the riot of workers in the situation Yuri Trutnev, Presidential Envoy to the Far Eastern Federal District, Intervened и prosecutor's office of the Lena district of Yakutia
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