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Coronavirus in the Far East: information on the morning of April 2
Now in Russia, coronavirus has been confirmed in 2 people in 777 regions. In the country, 75 people died from COVID-19. 24 patients recovered from hospitals.
Coronavirus in the Amur Region
In the Amur region, one case of coronavirus is still confirmed - in a woman who returned from Morocco. There are 45 people in the region’s isolators, another 13 citizens of the PRC are kept in an observatory deployed on the basis of the Volkovskaya medical outpatient clinic.
52 companies and simply indifferent residents are ready to sew reusable masks in the region. In the Amur region, quarantine measures were tightened and everyone began to do mass testing for coronavirus.
Coronavirus in Buryatia
Buryatia remains the leader in the Far East in the number of cases of coronavirus. Currently, 25 cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in the region. The circle of contacts is 821 people, five suspect COVID-19.
In total, 70 people are in the hospital of the Republican Clinical Infectious Diseases Hospital. The authorities of Buryatia introduced a regime of complete self-isolation, which will be valid until April 5 for all residents, regardless of age.
Coronavirus in Jewish Autonomy
There are three cases of coronavirus in the EAO. All patients are members of the same family from Amurzet. Under the supervision of doctors remain 70 people in contact with the sick.
The region introduced a regime of complete self-isolation, and then quarantine. In the EAO, the entry of cars, including buses and trucks, was restricted, which caused a huge traffic jam on the border with the Khabarovsk Territory. At the same time, in addition to grocery stores and pharmacies, pet shops, communication salons and funeral homes were allowed to work in the region.
Coronavirus in the Transbaikal Territory
Cases of coronavirus in Transbaikalia are not recorded. Now the region has tightened measures against the spread of coronavirus. Residents over 60 years of age and those who have chronic illnesses must observe a self-isolation regime.
The authorities of the Trans-Baikal Territory are still waiting for the appearance of coronavirus in the region in two weeks. Under the supervision of doctors remain about 600 residents of the region who have returned from abroad.
Coronavirus in the Kamchatka Territory
Despite the fact that no cases of coronavirus have yet been detected in Kamchatka, a self-isolation regime has been introduced in the region. Also on the peninsula, beer sales were limited.
At the airport, sanitary-quarantine control measures were strengthened. Now, experts from Rospotrebnadzor and doctors will inspect not only citizens who arrived from abroad, but also those who flew from Moscow, Vladivostok, Novosibirsk.
Coronavirus in the Magadan Region
In Kolyma, coronavirus was confirmed in a woman who had previously suspected COVID-19. So far, it remains the only one in the region with such a diagnosis.
In total, six people are suspected of COVID-19 in the region. 416 people were examined for coronavirus in the Magadan Region. The region introduced a regime of self-isolation. residents of the region are allowed to leave their homes only for emergency assistance, in case of threat to life and health, to take out garbage, go to the store or walk animals.
Coronavirus in the Sakhalin Region
In the Sakhalin Region, another case of coronavirus was detected. Now COVID-19 is confirmed in five people. He was in contact with those who returned after a vacation abroad.
For 274 passengers arriving from Thailand, the results on COVID-19 were negative, they will observe self-isolation at home.
Until April 5, the region is in full isolation. The authorities of the Sakhalin Region are ready to deploy an observer in the Olympia Park sports complex for one thousand seats, if the situation requires it. The region also received 200 thousand medical masks. Most of them were sent to transport and trade enterprises, as well as to volunteers,
Coronavirus in the Primorsky Territory
Four cases of coronavirus are still confirmed in Primorye; COVID-19 is suspected in two more patients. One of them recently visited Egypt.
A full self-isolation regime has been introduced in the region. In Vladivostok, public transport was restricted, weddings and forest visits were prohibited. In Primorye, an observatory was opened for people who, after returning from abroad, are not able to go into self-isolation. There are 38 people in quarantined medical facilities.
Coronavirus in the Khabarovsk Territory
In the Khabarovsk Territory, coronavirus was officially confirmed in nine people. The last infected contact with a previously ill. Now all patients are in the infectious diseases ward. Doctors assess their condition as satisfactory.
COVID-19 is suspected in 12 people. There are three people from close contacts in the isolation ward; they have no signs of illness.
A self-isolation regime has been introduced in the region, which will be valid until April 14 for risk groups. For the same period, shopping centers are closed in the region, and the suspension of cafes, bars and restaurants is extended. Also in the region they monitor the arriving passengers of all flights. In Khabarovsk, registry offices refuse to register marriage and advise to postpone the date of marriage.
Coronavirus in Yakutia
In the republic, 15 cases of coronavirus are still confirmed. One patient in the infectious diseases hospital with a new diagnosis has already been discharged. The Novosibirsk laboratory "Vector" did not confirm the coronavirus at the doctor of the city hospital No. 2 in Yakutsk, so quarantine was removed from the medical facility and the observatory.
In the region, mass testing for coronavirus in districts is starting. This week, laboratories in the districts will themselves conduct testing for coronavirus. Medical organizations in Mirny, Aldan and Neryungri will be involved in the analysis.
Coronavirus in Chukotka Autonomous Okrug
In Chukotka, the situation with coronavirus does not change; there are no cases there. Despite this, residents of the region are encouraged to stay at home and observe the quarantine regime.
An early census was postponed in the region and new measures to support entrepreneurs were envisaged. The district also expanded the list of organizations that will work on the weekend. Among them are non-food stores.