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Sakhalin Prime Minister Sick COVID After Vaccination

Sakhalin Prime Minister Sick COVID After Vaccination
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The Chairman of the Government of the Sakhalin Region Alexey Belik began treatment for the coronavirus. He was vaccinated with the first component of the vaccine a few days ago.

According to the press service of the regional government, immunity from coronavirus has not yet had time to form, because of this, an infection occurred. However, thanks to the vaccine, doctors emphasize, the disease is mild. As Alexey Belik said, he has no visible symptoms, hospitalization was not required, he is undergoing outpatient treatment at home.

Over the past eight weeks, the incidence of coronavirus has been growing on Sakhalin by 20% weekly. The incidence rates are one third higher than the national average. Because of this, the regional Rospotrebnadzor called for additional restrictions. In particular, from July 12 it is forbidden to hold mass events in closed spaces... Exceptions will be events when the seating of visitors is not more than 50% of the full load of the room and provided that the density is not more than one person per four square meters. On open areas for events, there are restrictions up to 50 participants.

 

 

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