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Two residents of Chukotka checked for coronavirus

Two residents of Chukotka checked for coronavirus
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In the shift camp Kupol in Chukotka, two workers suspected a coronavirus. The results are not yet ready, but the village was quarantined

According to the governor of Chukotka, Roman Kopin, on his Instagram page, the high alert mode in connection with the threat of coronavirus was introduced in the region from March 16. Free attendance was introduced in kindergartens, and remote access in schools and technical schools training. Mass events are also temporarily prohibited.

Roman Kopin also noted that so far there are no confirmed cases of a new disease. Under medical supervision are two employees of the shift camp Kupol, who were hospitalized with high fever. The patients were taken and sent to Novosibirsk all the necessary tests, the results of which should be ready in three to four days.

In addition, a high alert mode has been introduced at airports. All arriving on duty are carefully monitored. Kupol village, where shift workers live and work, but for two days closed to quarantine.

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