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 7

Coronavirus in the Far East: information on the morning of April 7
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Now in Russia, coronavirus has been confirmed in 63 people in 43 regions. In the country, 80 people died from COVID-19. 47 patients recovered from hospitals. 


Coronavirus in the Amur Region

Four cases of coronavirus have been confirmed in the Amur region. All sick people are members of the same family. At the same time, one of the patients had to be taken to the hospital under escort, because he refused to voluntarily send to the hospital.

The first woman to be infected with COVID-19, who returned to the region from Morocco, is already preparing for discharge. She has no symptoms of the disease. Now all the sick are in the infectious diseases hospital, doctors assess their condition as satisfactory. 


Coronavirus in Buryatia

In Buryatia, the number of cases of coronavirus has reached 43. COVID-19 in the republic was confirmed in eight more people, one elderly patient died. In total, 97 patients are in the hospital of the Republican Clinical Infectious Diseases Hospital, and six adults are in the intensive care unit.

In Ulan-Ude, three additional laboratories for testing for coronavirus have opened, another specialists will launch today. In total, six laboratories will operate in the region. In Buryatia, enterprises have been identified that can continue to work in self-isolation. From now on, social service organizations, opticians, cell phone shops, organizations providing funeral services, veterinary clinics, warehouses and logistics companies will be able to open.

 

Coronavirus in Jewish Autonomy

In the Jewish Autonomous Region, three cases of coronavirus are still confirmed, however, because of the girl, who had previously confirmed COVID-19, the entrance to the five-story building in Birobidzhan had to be quarantined.

The authorities decided to close all kindergartens while there is a threat of the spread of the coronavirus. Even duty groups will not open in the region, and parents who are forced to work during a period of long self-isolation were advised to take a vacation.

    

Coronavirus in the Transbaikal Territory

In Transbaikalia, one case of coronavirus is still confirmed - COVID-19 was found in a resident of Chita, who returned to the region by plane from Moscow. 

In the region, the ban on the sale of alcohol was canceled and the time for the sale of alcohol was adjusted. The region also expanded the list of essential goods and is now waiting for humanitarian aid from investors from the Chinese province of Inner Mongolia. A large batch of medical masks, disinfectants and gloves has already been sent to the region.


Coronavirus in the Kamchatka Territory

There are still two confirmed cases of coronavirus in Kamchatka. The sick and those in contact with them are in the hospital.

Acting Governor Vladimir Solodov said that measures taken in the region are not enough, so they will be strengthened and expanded. The authorities have already agreed on the supply of disposable medical masks from China. Reusable protective equipment will be sewed by prisoners in Kamchatka.

 

Coronavirus in the Magadan Region

In the Magadan Region, coronavirus is still susceptible to only one person. During the day, new cases of the disease did not appear. 

Ten people with signs of coronavirus are on isolation under the supervision of doctors, the tests taken from all showed a negative result. In total, over 700 coronavirus studies were conducted in the region. More than 25 people are under medical supervision. 


Coronavirus in the Sakhalin Region

In the Sakhalin Region, six cases of coronavirus have been confirmed. There were no new cases during the day, however, five people suspected COVID-19. The sick are in the hospital.

Now in the region, computed tomography of the lungs will be performed by everyone who is in quarantine, as well as those who have symptoms of SARS, pneumonia, or bronchitis. Citizens can themselves apply for a referral to a local doctor.

 

Coronavirus in the Primorsky Territory

In Primorye, the eighth case of coronavirus has been confirmed. COVID-19 was detected in a woman who returned from Mexico. She was in the infectious diseases hospital, as she flew in from abroad with symptoms of SARS. Now doctors evaluate her condition as moderate.

Currently, 41 people are under medical supervision in Primorye, including five patients with confirmed coronavirus and three with suspected COVID-19. The region introduces access control. Now appearing on the street without a pass will be considered a violation of self-isolation. The regional authorities want to ban the transit of Chinese citizens from Moscow and other regions of Russia to China in order to minimize the spread of coronavirus in the region.



Coronavirus in the Khabarovsk Territory

In the Khabarovsk Territory, coronavirus is suspected in 14 people, including one child. COVID-19 is still confirmed in 11 people. Now they are all in the hospital under the supervision of doctors. Two patients with coronavirus are now in serious condition. 

If the epidemiological situation in the coronavirus improves, the regional authorities want to allow public services, hairdressers and beauty salons to work. In Khabarovsk, industrial enterprises are already resuming work.


 

Coronavirus in Yakutia

There are no new cases of coronavirus in the republic, the diagnosis was confirmed in 15 people. COVID-19 is suspected of a local woman who recently returned from the Netherlands. Six people in the republic have completely recovered from coronavirus. Nine patients remain at the hospital.

The ban on the sale of alcohol in municipalities was lifted in the region. Now only the time for the sale of alcohol is limited. 


Coronavirus in Chukotka Autonomous Okrug

There are no coronavirus cases in Chukotka. There is a general self-isolation regime in the region; for this time, duty groups in kindergartens will work.

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