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Coronavirus in the Far East: information on the morning of May 2

Coronavirus in the Far East: information on the morning of May 2

Now in Russia, the coronavirus has been confirmed in 114 431 people in 85 regions. In the country, 19 people died from COVID-1. 169 recovered from hospitals were discharged. 

Coronavirus in the Amur Region

In the Amur region, the coronavirus was confirmed in 11 more people. There are now 67 cases of COVID-19 in the region. 

New cases appeared in the Seryshevsky district, Belogorsk and Tynda. In 57% of cases, the infection occurred in the family and close circle, in 43% - outside the Amur region and along the route. In 40,3% of patients, the disease is asymptomatic, 31,3% developed pneumonia, 28,4% of the disease proceeds in the form of ARVI.

Coronavirus in Buryatia

In Buryatia, the number of cases of coronavirus has reached 325. During the day, COVID-19 in the republic was confirmed in 28 people. Now in infectious diseases hospitals with a confirmed diagnosis there are 216 patients, including 18 children, three of whom developed pneumonia. 

In the intensive care unit of the RCMC there are four people in serious condition, one of them is connected to a ventilator. In the intensive care unit in the hospital on Solnechnaya there are five severe patients. 


Coronavirus in Jewish Autonomy

In the Jewish Autonomous Region, the number of cases of coronavirus has reached 131. The diagnosis was confirmed in another ten patients.

COVID-19 was registered in Birobidzhan, Obluchensky, Smidovichsky and Oktyabrsky districts. 40 people remain in infectious diseases hospitals, 59 people undergo outpatient treatment at home, 19 convicts are isolated on the territory of correctional institutions.


Coronavirus in the Transbaikal Territory

In Transbaikalia, 155 people have been confirmed to have coronavirus, including 20 children. During the day, COVID-19 was confirmed at once in 21 residents.

26 people have recovered in the region. Electronic passes will start operating on the territory of Chita and the Chita region in May. They are introduced to slow the spread of coronavirus infection in Transbaikalia.

Coronavirus in the Kamchatka Territory

In the Kamchatka Territory, coronavirus was confirmed in 281 people. COVID-19 was found in 16 patients per day.

In intensive care wards, five patients undergo treatment, two of them are connected to non-invasive pulmonary ventilation devices. Already 20 people have recovered. Epidemiologists record an increase in the number of family outbreaks and cases of illness of workers in the field of trade.

Coronavirus in the Magadan Region

In the Magadan region, coronavirus is still confirmed in 101 people. COVID-19 was not found per day.

Three people have recovered from COVID-19 in the region. For the entire time of the epidemic, 2 coronavirus tests were carried out in the region. Until May 857, a self-isolation regime and a mask regime will operate in Kolyma. Now you need to wear respirators and masks when visiting shops, consumer services and public transport.

Coronavirus in the Sakhalin Region

In the Sakhalin region, the coronavirus is still confirmed in 25 people. The diagnosis was confirmed in a man who arrived on a flight from Moscow on April 25, as well as in citizens who arrived from the capital on April 27 and 28.

Now six patients with a confirmed diagnosis are being treated at the hospital, and another 19 patients have recovered. From April 30, potentially ill people will not be allowed to board the plane before flying to Sakhalin. Passengers will be tested in Moscow, as well as in other cities of departure.


Coronavirus in the Primorsky Territory

In Primorye, 430 cases of coronavirus were recorded. A fourth patient with COVID-19 died. This is a 62-year-old resident of Vladivostok, who had a number of concomitant diseases complicated by coronavirus infection.

People with suspected coronavirus, as well as patients whose disease is mild, will be allowed to be treated at home. Also, residents of cities and villages were banned from leaving their settlements, and at workplaces they were strictly forbidden to take off their masks.

Coronavirus in the Khabarovsk Territory

In the Khabarovsk Territory, 566 cases of coronavirus have already been confirmed. During the day, COVID-19 was found in another 30 people. Among the cases, there are five people over the age of 65. 

The largest number of patients with a confirmed diagnosis in Khabarovsk and Khabarovsk region - 389, as well as in the Ulch region - 117. Regional authorities have extended the regime of self-isolation and restrictive measures until May 11. This applies to enterprises, businesses and ordinary citizens.


Coronavirus in Yakutia

In the republic, 18 more cases of coronavirus were confirmed per day. Now 230 residents have been diagnosed. In Yakutsk, 12 new cases of infection were detected, these are mainly workers and patients of the ophthalmological clinic. Two cases appeared in Namsky ulus, the rest - in other regions of the republic.

The second patient with a confirmed diagnosis died in the republic - a 65-year-old man who was diagnosed with acute respiratory distress syndrome caused by coronavirus. The deceased was a disabled person of the second group, he had many concomitant chronic diseases, including a stroke and a heart attack.

The republic's authorities have extended the restrictive measures introduced due to the spread of the coronavirus. They continue to operate until 11 May.

Coronavirus in Chukotka Autonomous Okrug

In Chukotka, the coronavirus is still confirmed in 16 people. Infection occurred during contact with other patients. 

In the coal mine settlement, five people remain in the hospital with a confirmed diagnosis. One is in serious condition and is connected to a ventilator, two more are in a moderate state.

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