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The head of Yakutia: it is too early to mitigate the regime of self-isolation

The head of Yakutia: it is too early to mitigate the regime of self-isolation
The head of Yakutia, Aisen Nikolaev, said that, despite the stable situation with the coronavirus, they will not soften the self-isolation regime yet. The reason is the high morbidity among the residents of the capital of the republic and the disregard of some sanitary rules.

According to Aisen Nikolaev, Yakutsk accounted for a large proportion of patients with coronavirus - 1 103. At the same time, the region has for a long time maintained the highest rate of testing the population for coronavirus, which allows the disease to be detected in the early stages and not lead to severe cases. In total, laboratories of the republic conduct about four thousand analyzes on COVID-19 per day.

After some concessions were introduced for residents of Yakutsk, residents were allowed to walk in the fresh air, and a city park was opened. However, many do not respect social distance, which is why the incidence rate has begun to rise again.

“The start of quarantine easing was premature. Only the strictest observance of the norms will make it possible to cope with the coronavirus faster, ”said Aisen Nikolaev. 

Moreover, in the near future, the authorities will begin to react more actively to messages from residents regarding non-compliance with the mask and glove regime at retail outlets in the republic. The prosecutor’s office will be involved in verifying such facts.

Now confirmed in Yakutia1 445 cases of coronavirus. In hospitals of the republic, 11 people remain in serious condition. Asymptomatic, 333 people suffer the disease, they are treated on an outpatient basis.
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