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Quarantine was introduced in another shift camp in Yakutia

Quarantine was introduced in another shift camp in Yakutia
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In Yakutia, on the territory of the shift camp of LLC VostSibSpetsMontazh, a quarantine was introduced in the territory of the Kutaninsky village. Restrictive measures were taken because of the cases of coronavirus that appeared there.

42 workers live in the village, ten confirmed COVID-19. According to the press service of the government of Yakutia, quarantine was introduced in the village by order of the chief sanitary doctor of the republic and by the request of the district administration. It will operate until April 30.

Entrance and exit to the shift camp were closed, access control is in effect, law enforcement officers cordoned off the territory. The transport communication has been terminated in the territory of the village, the exception is valid only for special vehicles and for transportation of food and essential goods.

Now confirmed in Yakutia 130 cases of COVID-19. Eight patients were identified in a shift camp on 887 km of the Vilyui highway in Suntarskiy ulus. The village was completely isolated.

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