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Decreased self-isolation regime decided in Yakutia

Decreased self-isolation regime decided in Yakutia

The authorities of Yakutia plan from May 12 to begin weakening the restrictions imposed due to coronavirus. The bans will be lifted gradually in different territories.

As told TASS the head of the republic, Aisen Nikolaev, the territory of the republic was divided into four conditional groups - depending on the location and epidemiological situation. The first group included arctic and inaccessible settlements, where practically no restrictions were imposed, almost everything was allowed there, except for mass events.

The second group is remote rural areas where there are no cases of infection. There, some of the restrictions have already been eased, but catering enterprises, shopping centers, cinemas and cultural centers remain closed.

The third group is large cities, where many restrictions remain, including the mask regime. There, the republican authorities intend to allow the work of ateliers, dry cleaners, and shops in residential buildings with separate entrances.

The fourth group includes territories where quarantine is introduced: Aldan with the adjoining village of Leninsky, Chayandinskoye field and shift camp in Suntara district. So far, there has been no talk about any weakening of the speech regime.

Now 385 cases of COVID-19 are registered in the republic. For a day, coronavirus in Yakutia was immediately detected in 37 people, 30 of which were students of NEFU. Five people with a previously confirmed diagnosis are now in critical condition.

Shift workers continue to be exported from the Chayandinskoye field. Already taken out of there more than 1 300 people. In total, less than 10% of workers are infected, while in most cases the disease is asymptomatic.

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