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Coronavirus cases rise to 23 on Sakhalin

Coronavirus cases rise to 23 on Sakhalin
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In the Sakhalin Region, another person was found to have coronavirus. Now 23 cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in the region.

According to the regional coronavirus control staff, the diagnosis was confirmed in a man who arrived on a flight from Moscow on April 25. The analysis was obtained after applying several diagnostic methods.

Four people with COVID-19 are currently undergoing treatment in the hospital, the remaining 14 patients with a confirmed diagnosis have already recovered. As the governor of the Sakhalin Region Valery Limarenko stated during a direct line, from April 30, potentially ill people will not be allowed to board a plane before flying to the island. Tests for passengers will be done back in Moscow, as well as in other departure cities.

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