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 8

Coronavirus in the Far East: information on the morning of April 8
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Now in Russia, coronavirus is confirmed in 74 97 people in 81 regions. In the country, 19 people died from COVID-58. Discharged from hospitals 494 recovered. 


Coronavirus in the Amur Region

Four cases of coronavirus are still confirmed in the Amur region. All patients are members of the same family, while the first case has already been discharged. During the day, new cases of the disease did not appear.

The largest infectious diseases hospital in the region was deployed on the basis of the Blagoveshchensk city clinical hospital. A thermal imaging complex for high-precision remote body temperature monitoring was installed at the airport of the regional capital to better monitor passengers. 


Coronavirus in Buryatia

In Buryatia, the number of cases of coronavirus reached 50. COVID-19 in the republic was confirmed in seven more people, one elderly patient died. In total, 99 patients are in the hospital of the Republican Clinical Infectious Diseases Hospital.

The republic has identified enterprises that can continue to work in self-isolation. Organizations of social services, optics, mobile communication salons, organizations providing funeral services, veterinary clinics, warehouses and logistics companies will be able to open.

 

Coronavirus in Jewish Autonomy

Three cases of coronavirus are still confirmed in the Jewish Autonomous Region, due to a girl who has previously been confirmed with COVID-19, the entrance of a five-story building in Birobidzhan remains closed for quarantine.

All kindergartens in the region are closed until the coronavirus epidemic improves. Even duty groups will not open in the region, and parents who are forced to work during the period of self-isolation have been advised by the authorities to take a vacation.

    

Coronavirus in the Transbaikal Territory

In Transbaikalia, two residents have laboratory-confirmed coronavirus. One of the patients recently returned from Moscow, the other was in Armenia and was returning home by plane through the capital.

Now there are three patients in the region, doctors assess their condition as satisfactory. The police of the Trans-Baikal Territory will compile lists of all entering residents of other regions of Russia. They will have to spend two weeks in self-isolation.


Coronavirus in the Kamchatka Territory

In Kamchatka, only two cases of coronavirus have been confirmed. The sick and those in contact with them are in the hospital under the supervision of doctors.

The authorities of the region are preparing a new package of measures to support the business, as well as arrange the supply of medical masks on the peninsula.

 

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. 

Now it’s forbidden to just walk the streets. When going to work, you will need to have with you an identity card, a document confirming the status of an entrepreneur, or a certificate from an enterprise that continues to operate under quarantine.


Coronavirus in the Sakhalin Region

In the Sakhalin Region, six cases of coronavirus are still confirmed. There were no new cases during the day, but three people with COVID-19 were discharged from the hospital. 

Create a “mutual assistance fund” in the region, from which residents of the region affected by the coronavirus will be able to receive payments. All patients who come into contact and arriving to Sakhalin will have computed tomography of the lungs.

 

Coronavirus in the Primorsky Territory

Eight cases of coronavirus have been confirmed in Primorye. A second person with COVID-19 died in the region. An elderly man from Arsenyev returned from Egypt a few weeks ago.

Now 41 people are under medical supervision in Primorye. Access control has been introduced in the region. Now, appearing on the street without a pass will be considered a violation of self-isolation. Also, the region has established the amount of fines for violation of quarantine.



Coronavirus in the Khabarovsk Territory

In the Khabarovsk Territory, coronavirus is suspected in 20 people, including one child. During the day, COVID-19 was confirmed in five people, all of them are Khabarovsk residents, two of them were in Japan, three were in contact with previously sick. 

The region has created the necessary number of beds in hospitals for the treatment of coronavirus and tightened control over transit passengers, now they must undergo two-week quarantine. To disinfect the streets of Khabarovsk they want to attract the military.

 

Coronavirus in Yakutia

There are no new cases of coronavirus in the republic, the diagnosis was confirmed in 15 people, and one more recovered was discharged from the hospital. Seven people continue to receive treatment at the hospital. 

The authorities of Yakutia fear that new cases of coronavirus may be brought into the republic from other regions in which the situation is not so favorable. To prevent this, all flights, including domestic ones, are checked, passengers are inspected, and analyzes are taken.


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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