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Coronavirus quarantine regimen introduced in a village in Khabarovsk Territory

Coronavirus quarantine regimen introduced in a village in Khabarovsk Territory
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A special quarantine regime will be introduced in the Khabarovsk Territory on the territory of the village of Bogorodsky from April 12. This is due to the fact that four residents confirmed the coronavirus, another ten suspect COVID-19.

The decision on the adoption of restrictive measures in Bogorodsky was signed today by Governor Sergei Furgal. Now it is forbidden to enter the village, to leave it for personal purposes. At the border with the village, the access system will start working, road traffic will stop, and public transport will stop working. Restrictive measures will not affect transport that delivers food, drugs, fuels and lubricants, correspondence and mail.

Coronavirus confirmed in four residents of Bogorodsky, their urgently taken to Khabarovsk for treatment. Today, ten more people showed primary signs of the disease, followed by a flight board to deliver patients to the infectious diseases hospital of the regional center.

Starting April 12, residents will be able to leave their homes only for shopping and pharmacy trips, pet walking, due to official need, as well as in case of emergency medical assistance. All residents of the village will be under constant medical supervision.

Now in the Khabarovsk Territory 28 cases of coronavirus have been detected, seven people have recovered, including an 87-year-old patient, two people passed away. Currently, 19 patients with a confirmed diagnosis and 17 patients with suspicion are under treatment.
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