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Coronavirus in the Far East: information on the morning of May 21
Now in Russia, coronavirus has been confirmed in 308 705 people in 85 regions. In the country, 19 people died from COVID-2. Up to 972 85 recovered from hospitals were discharged.
Coronavirus in the Amur Region
In the Amur region, another 30 people were diagnosed with coronavirus. The region now has 277 COVID-19 cases.
Most of all new cases appeared in Blagoveshchensk - 20. In 42,6% of patients, the disease proceeds in the form of pneumonia, in 33,6% people are asymptomatic, in 23,8% - in the form of ARVI. Restrictive measures in the Amur region have been extended until May 31. At the same time, they plan to open parks and squares in the region.
Coronavirus in Buryatia
In the republic, the number of cases of coronavirus reached 1. During the day, COVID-042 was found in 19 people. Now there are 27 patients in infectious hospitals, 437 patients remain in outpatient treatment, in whom the disease proceeds in a mild form.
Over the entire period of the epidemic in the republic, 420 people have been cured of the coronavirus, six patients with COVID-19 have died. From May 29 in Buryatia they plan to open the tourist season. At the first stage, they want to allow hotels and other collective accommodation facilities to accept only residents of the region.
Coronavirus in Jewish Autonomy
In the Jewish Autonomous Region, the number of cases of coronavirus has increased to 246. The bed fund for patients with coronavirus is 40,4% full.
Over the entire period of the epidemic in the region, 115 people have been cured of the coronavirus, two patients have died. Means of protection for residents and doctors will soon arrive in the Jewish Autonomous Region. Help was sent by the Chinese County of Lobei.
Coronavirus in the Transbaikal Territory
In Transbaikalia, the diagnosis was confirmed in another 31 people, now 646 cases of COVID-19 have been registered in the region. In the Petrovsk-Zabaikalsky district, a family was hospitalized with a coronavirus.
In the region, the seventh patient with COVID-19 died. The man was in serious condition, was connected to a ventilator from the first day of hospitalization, the disease was complicated by bilateral bacterial pneumonia.
Coronavirus in the Kamchatka Territory
In Kamchatka, another 21 people fell ill with coronavirus. Now the region has confirmed 536 cases of COVID-19, infected, including 21 children. Five children's boarding schools are closed for two weeks of quarantine. Measures are taken due to an infection in one of the institutions.
Most patients are in infectious diseases hospitals; in 48,9%, the disease is asymptomatic. Now seven patients remain in the intensive care unit, five are connected to invasive ventilation devices.
Coronavirus in the Magadan Region
In the Magadan region, five more people were diagnosed with coronavirus. There are now 207 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the region. During the epidemic in Kolyma, 127 people were cured, three died.
More than 200 medical masks have been distributed free of charge in the region since early May. They were transferred to residents over 65, large families, low-income families and families with disabled children, citizens who find themselves in difficult life situations.
Coronavirus in the Sakhalin Region
In the Sakhalin Region, the number of cases of coronavirus increased to 60. Three more people found COVID-19, two of them were military personnel who returned to Kunashir and Sakhalin from their vacations. Another new patient is an engineer who arrived in the region to work from Tatarstan.
For the entire time of the epidemic in the Sakhalin region, 19 people have been cured of COVID-33, now 27 patients are receiving treatment. The author of the fake about the coronavirus was punished - the court fined him 300 thousand rubles.
Coronavirus in the Primorsky Territory
In Primorye, 44 more people were confirmed to have coronavirus. There are now 1 cases of COVID-446 in the region.
During the epidemic in Primorye, 487 people recovered, 14 patients with COVID-19 died. In four observators there are 272 people who came from other regions to work on a rotational basis.
Coronavirus in the Khabarovsk Territory
In the Khabarovsk Territory, the number of cases of COVID-19 increased to 1. During the day, the coronavirus was found in 380 people - residents of Khabarovsk, Khabarovsk and Ulchsky districts. Most of the new cases are people between the ages of 55 and 18, there are also 65 children between the ages of two and 11 and two teenagers.
Now there are 495 patients in hospitals, 14 of them are in serious condition, all are connected to mechanical ventilation devices. During the entire epidemic in the Khabarovsk Territory, 617 people were cured of the coronavirus, nine patients with COVID-19 died.
In Khabarovsk, the mask regime will be strengthened, carriers and trade representatives will be forced to strictly observe personal protective measures. Duty groups will open in all kindergartens in the region.
Coronavirus in Yakutia
In the republic, another 46 people found coronavirus, most of them in the capital of the republic. Now, 960 cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in the region.
Ten patients are in serious condition. Over the entire period of the epidemic in the republic, 367 people have been cured of the coronavirus, six patients with COVID-19 have died. In Yakutsk, there are more family and work centers of morbidity. Because of this, city and regional authorities plan to tighten restrictive measures.
Coronavirus in Chukotka Autonomous Okrug
There are still 56 confirmed cases of coronavirus in the region. For all the time, 24 people have recovered in the region, the disease is asymptomatic in 40% of patients.
One patient with coronavirus died - a 62-year-old resident of the village of Lavrentia. Restrictions due to the threat of the spread of coronavirus in the Autonomous Okrug were extended until May 31.