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More than 60 Far East evacuated from China

More than 60 Far East evacuated from China
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More than 60 residents of the Far East were evacuated from China. For this, temporary transport corridors were organized through the checkpoints Blagoveshchensk-Heihe in the Amur Region and Poltavka-Junin in the Primorsky Territory. 

According to the press service of the Government of the Amur Region, 45 Far Easterners and two Chinese citizens with a residence permit in Russia arrived from Chinese Heihe. One of the Russians found signs of a respiratory disease, he was hospitalized and sent for examination.

Through Blagoveshchensk were able to send people in the opposite direction. By agreement with the Chinese side, 32 foreigners left for their homeland. In the Primorsky Territory, 19 people were evacuated. Starting February 6, temporary passage will be opened only at the Kraskino and Pogranichny border crossing points. 

All Russians returning home from China will have to undergo a two-week home quarantine. In the Far East regions, there are hotlines for those who want to return home from the epidemic in China and for their relatives.
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