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The isolation regime violates more than a third of those who arrived in Yakutia
The regime of self-isolation is not respected by 35% of those who arrived in Yakutia. These are the results of geolocation monitoring. Citizens from other countries and regions who find themselves on the territory of the republic during a pandemic are required to observe self-isolation for 14 days. This also applies to locals who have had contact with COVID-19 patients.
This was reported in the press service of the government of the republic with reference to the Deputy Prime Minister of the Government of Yakutia Olga Balabkina. She clarified that monitoring is carried out with the voluntary consent of citizens.
In Yakutia is allowed to commit walks together, subject to a social distance of at least one meter. The head of the republic, Aisen Nikolaev, signed a new decree on May 21.
In Yakutia already registered 997 cases coronavirus. During the day, COVID-19 was found in 37 people.