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About 1 thousand shift workers were removed from the Chayandinskoye field in Yakutia

About 1 thousand shift workers were removed from the Chayandinskoye field in Yakutia
Photo: gazprom.ru
In Yakutia, shift workers continue to be exported from the Chayandinsky gas condensate field, where an outbreak of coronavirus occurred. From there, about one thousand people were sent to other regions. 

According to the press service of the government of the republic, the authorities of eight regions out of ten are ready to accept their residents even without testing for coronavirus. By the evening of May 5, 917 people had been taken out. Some of them flew to Bashkortostan, Omsk and Volgograd, and 168 people ended up in medical institutions in Yakutia, the Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous District and Omsk. 

The Chayandinskoye field is 34 shift camps with ten thousand workers. Active removal of workers has begun after a spontaneous rallyat which workers protested against the lack of quarantine, non-compliance with sanitary standards and poor information about the number of cases at the enterprise. For employees with a positive coronavirus test, they deployed a mobile hospital with 125 beds. In total, 39 cases of infection were confirmed among shift workers.

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