Irkutsk
Ulan-Ude

Blagoveshchensk
Chita
Yakutsk

Birobidzhan
Vladivostok
Khabarovsk

Magadan
Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk

Anadyr
Petropavlovsk-
Kamchatsky
Moscow

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Coronavirus in the Far East: information on the morning of June 26

Coronavirus in the Far East: information on the morning of June 26
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Now in Russia, coronavirus has been confirmed in 613 people in 994 regions. In the country, 85 patients have died from COVID-19. 8 recovered from hospitals were discharged. 


Coronavirus in the Amur Region

In the Amur region, the number of cases of coronavirus increased to 1 - during the day, the diagnosis was confirmed in 528 people. 38% of the patients developed pneumonia, 45% of the coronavirus infection is asymptomatic, 16,8% - in the form of ARVI.

Most often, people aged 30-49 get sick - 41,6%. During the epidemic in the region, 500 people recovered from coronavirus.


Coronavirus in Buryatia

In the republic, the coronavirus was found in 44 people per day. The total number of COVID-19 cases in Buryatia has increased to 2.

Most of the new cases were infected from previously infected people, including from relatives. Now, 523 people, including 30 children, are in infectious diseases hospitals of the republic with confirmed coronavirus infection. 348 COVID-19 patients remain on outpatient treatment.

18 people are in critical condition in intensive care, including a child, his condition is assessed as moderate. During the epidemic in Buryatia, 1 people were cured of the coronavirus, 885 were discharged in the last day. Died from COVID-32 19 patients.


Coronavirus in Jewish Autonomy

In the Jewish Autonomous Region, the number of cases of coronavirus has increased to 414. There are now 24 patients with COVID-19 in hospitals, and another 47 are being treated at home.

The bed fund for COVID-19 patients is 26,1% full - 47 out of 180 beds are occupied. 118 people are now in home quarantine. During the epidemic in the Jewish Autonomous Region, 338 people were cured of the coronavirus. 

The epidemiological situation on COVID-19 in the territory of Jewish autonomy remains tense. Moreover, the increase in the incidence primarily goes through family foci.


Coronavirus in the Transbaikal Territory 

In Transbaikalia, the coronavirus was confirmed in 61 people per day, the total number of cases of coronavirus is now 2 854. The number of deaths from COVID-19 has increased to 41 - a woman born in 1973 died in a monostationary hospital. 

During the epidemic in Transbaikalia, 19 people were cured of COVID-1, 656 patients were discharged per day.


Coronavirus in the Kamchatka Territory

In Kamchatka, 42 people were confirmed to have coronavirus in a day. The total number of cases in the region increased to 1, with 969 patients being children.

Currently, 460 patients with coronavirus are receiving treatment in hospitals. During the day, 18 people were admitted to hospitals, another 62 patients are in after-care hospitals.

Since the epidemic began in the Kamchatka Territory, 666 people have recovered from coronavirus, 28 were discharged the day before. 41 patients died. 


Coronavirus in the Magadan Region

In the Magadan region, over the past day, COVID-19 was confirmed in 12 people. The total number of cases was 655, 326 patients recovered. 

12 workers of the Chinese market in Magadan fell ill with coronavirus. The authorities decided to temporarily close the retail space.


Coronavirus in the Sakhalin Region

In the Sakhalin region, 39 more people were confirmed to have coronavirus. The total number of cases of COVID-19 has increased to 693.

Currently, 516 people are undergoing treatment for coronavirus. During the epidemic, 177 patients recovered in the region, 14 were discharged per day. Due to the improvement in the epidemiological situation, travel companies were able to resume work in the region.


Coronavirus in the Primorsky Territory

In Primorye, COVID-19 was found in 84 people per day. Since the beginning of the epidemic, 3 cases of coronavirus have been confirmed in the region.

Another patient died from coronavirus - an 86-year-old woman, whose course of the disease was complicated by diabetes mellitus and severe cardiovascular pathology. 2 people recovered, 364 were discharged over the past 97 hours.

The tourism industry has partially started to work in Primorye. Residents were allowed small group excursions and walks in parks. Hotels that passed the classification and met the sanitary requirements of Rospotrebnadzor resumed their work. 


Coronavirus in the Khabarovsk Territory

In the Khabarovsk Territory, the coronavirus was confirmed in 72 people per day. There are now a total of 3 confirmed cases of COVID-824 in the region.

Inpatient treatment is 849 patients, 31 remain in serious condition, all are connected to mechanical ventilation devices. Another 908 people are treated on an outpatient basis.

Another patient with confirmed coronavirus died per day. The total number of deaths of patients with COVID-19 increased to 27. During the epidemic in the Khabarovsk Territory, 2 people were cured of coronavirus, 040 were discharged over the past 29 hours.

         

Coronavirus in Yakutia

In the republic, the total number of patients with coronavirus increased to 3 - 963 people were diagnosed per day. Now in infectious diseases hospitals there are 72 people in serious condition.

During the epidemic in Yakutia, 2 people were cured of coronavirus, 805 were discharged over the past day. The number of deaths from COVID-79 increased to 19 - two more patients died the day before.


Coronavirus in Chukotka Autonomous Okrug

In the region, the total number of cases is still 135, 122 patients have recovered. Two people died with COVID-19.

Authorities have adopted a phased lifting plan. 

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