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Subsoil users will be strengthened due to coronavirus in Yakutia

Subsoil users will be strengthened due to coronavirus in Yakutia
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The authorities of Yakutia will strengthen control over subsoil users and heads of organizations. All due to the fact that shift workers began to suffer from coronavirus more often and endanger local residents. 

According to the head of the republic, Aisen Nikolaev, in Yakutia, the situation with the incidence of coronavirus is stably difficult. In total, 41 cases of coronavirus were detected in the region per day and the total number of cases is now 869 cases. Of particular concern are the increasing incidence of elderly people in remote areas. So, an 85-year-old pensioner from Namsky ulus got to the hospital.

In addition, cases of coronavirus were found in Oymyakon, Aldan and other areas where subsoil users massively import workers. Therefore, in order to prevent large-scale infection, the authorities of the republic will tighten control over the organization of quarantine for 14 days for all arriving in the republic.

A separate danger is represented by operating organizations. According to Aisen Nikolaev, it is necessary to strengthen the personal responsibility of employers for violation of sanitary rules, which today serve as an environment for the spread of coronavirus.

One of these employers has already been fined 150 thousand rubles. Вdisease outbreak occurred in a private boarding house for the elderly and disabled. Guests and staff did not observe self-isolation and mask mode.
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