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Quarantine at Chayandinskoye field introduced in Yakutia

Quarantine at Chayandinskoye field introduced in Yakutia
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The head of Yakutia, Aisen Nikolaev, signed a decree on the introduction of quarantine on the territory of the Chayandinskoye oil and gas condensate field. Several thousand employees of Gazprom will be tested for coronavirus. 

According to the decree of the head of the republic, entry and exit of employees has been prohibited on the territory of the Chayandinskoye field since April 17, only production cycles are working. According to the operational headquarters of Yakutia for the fight against coronavirus, all employees will be tested for COVID-19. Patients with fever, of whom there are now several dozen, are localized.

At the same time, three Gazprom employees who recently arrived in Lensk from Moscow received negative tests for coronavirus. Earlier, Aisen Nikolaev said that Lensk could soon turn into a major focus of coronavirusbut due to the fact that the management of the oil and gas condensate field untimely provided information about possible infected.

All in Yakutia today 47 confirmed cases coronavirus, 15 people recovered. The head of the republic also recalled that it is important to maintain self-isolation, since the source of one of the latest infections detected in the territory of Aldan was the sons of the sick playing on the same playground.
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