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 April 3

Coronavirus in the Far East: information on the morning of April 3
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Now in Russia, coronavirus has been confirmed in 3 people in 548 regions. In the country, 76 people died from COVID-19. 30 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. Now in the region, everyone who arrives on its territory should go for self-isolation.

Amur Oblast received 52 million rubles from the reserve fund of the Russian government. Funding will be used to equip the bed fund, which will be required for patients with a new coronavirus infection, as well as to purchase devices for invasive mechanical ventilation, which are used in the treatment of pneumonia caused by coronavirus.


Coronavirus in Buryatia

In Buryatia, the majority of cases of cornavirus. During the day their number increased by five and increased to 30. Six people suspect COVID-19, the circle of contact persons is 1 people.

In total, there are 77 people in the hospital of the Republican Clinical Infectious Diseases Hospital. The region has a regime of complete self-isolation. The whole hospital is redesigned to treat patients. Enterprises in Buryatia began to sew protective masks.

Coronavirus in Jewish Autonomy

In the EAO, three cases of coronavirus, new cases per day did not increase. 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. The infectious diseases hospital will be reassigned to a hospital for the treatment of patients with a confirmed diagnosis and with suspicion of it.


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 people with chronic diseases must observe the regime of self-isolation. Also in the region for the time of isolation banned the sale of alcohol.

The authorities of the Trans-Baikal Territory are waiting for the appearance of coronavirus in the region in the coming weeks. Under the supervision of doctors remain about 600 residents who returned from abroad.


Coronavirus in the Kamchatka Territory

In Kamchatka, no cases of coronavirus have been identified. The region introduced a self-isolation regime and limited the sale of beer. In the morning it became known that Governor Vladimir Ilyukhin was stepping down. Who will oversee the region in the current difficult situation is still unknown.

At the airport, sanitary-quarantine control measures have been strengthened, absolutely everyone who has arrived is checked. In municipalities, raids are conducted to identify organizations that have not suspended activities during the high alert period. Municipal authorities also monitor the implementation of disinfection measures in public places


Coronavirus in the Magadan Region

In the Magadan Region, coronavirus is susceptible in one person - in a woman who was previously suspected of COVID-19. In total, six people are suspected of COVID-19 in the region.

416 people were examined for coronavirus in Kolyma. The region has a self-isolation regime, and medical organizations have suspended medical examination. Authorities in the Chinese city of Shuanyashan will hand over 20 medical masks to Magadan in response to humanitarian aid provided by Kolyma residents to Asian neighbors in February, in the midst of the spread of COVID-19 in China.


Coronavirus in the Sakhalin Region

In the Sakhalin region, no new cases of coronavirus were detected. COVID-19 is still confirmed in five people. He was in contact with those who returned after a vacation abroad.

Until April 5, the region is in full isolation. The region expects the arrival of one million medical masks, which will be delivered in four batches. Law enforcement authorities continue to monitor compliance with the regime of self-isolation. For three days of inspections, they identified 21 violators.


Coronavirus in the Primorsky Territory

Four cases of coronavirus are still confirmed in Primorye; COVID-19 is suspected in two patients. Another recovered was discharged from the hospital.

The region has a regime of complete self-isolation. All arrivals at the airport, including domestic and transit flights, are quarantined for 14 days. The authorities of the Primorsky Territory decided to exempt entrepreneurs from payments for the rental of real estate or land owned by the province.


Coronavirus in the Khabarovsk Territory

In the Khabarovsk Territory, coronavirus is still confirmed in nine people. COVID-19 is suspected in six people. There are two people in the isolation ward - both of the close contacts of the sick. Doctors assess their condition as satisfactory, there are no signs of the disease.

The region has a self-isolation regime. In hospitals, it is necessary to open another 658 hospital beds in order to comply with the standard and prepare for the treatment of patients with coronavirus. The regional Ministry of Health plans to create such a number of seats by the end of April.


Coronavirus in Yakutia

There are no new cases of coronavirus in the republic, the diagnosis is confirmed in 15 people. Four patients at the infectious diseases hospital were discharged. Three observers work, in which people who came from abroad and who were in contact with patients are separately housed.

The republic introduces mandatory quarantine and analyzes for several categories of citizens. All arrivals from abroad must be isolated for 14 days at the observatory. Those who enter the area and have respiratory illnesses should be tested for COVID-19. Also, all patients with community-acquired pneumonia, people over 65 years old with signs of acute respiratory viral infection and all who have come in contact with visitors from abroad should be checked for coronavirus.


Coronavirus in Chukotka Autonomous Okrug

In Chukotka, there are still no cases of coronavirus. The district introduced a regime of universal self-isolation. It will operate until April 14.

An early census was postponed in the region and new measures to support entrepreneurs were envisaged. Small and medium-sized businesses that rent state property will receive a deferral of payment of rent.

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