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The rules for working on the fishing line in the pandemic have been established in Kamchatka
In the Kamchatka Territory, rules have been established for workers involved in fishing in the context of the coronavirus pandemic. Heads of fishery enterprises must meet shift workers and provide them with isolation for 14 days.
The corresponding decree was approved by the governor of the region. The document also states that workers who have a negative PCR test for coronavirus no earlier than three days before arriving in Kamchatka will be able to start working immediately, without the necessary isolation.
Shipowners, when changing crews, will also require a COVID-19 test. Workers who test negative will be allowed on board without prior isolation.