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High alert due to coronavirus introduced in Transbaikalia

High alert due to coronavirus introduced in Transbaikalia
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The authorities introduced in the Trans-Baikal Territory high alert. It began to operate on March 19 to prevent the entry and spread of coronavirus.

In the region, prior to a special order, it is prohibited to conduct business, cultural, sports, and other events with a total number of participants of more than 50 people. According to the press service of the regional government, residents of Transbaikalia who returned from countries with unfavorable conditions for the coronavirus were recommended to go to 14-day home quarantine. Members of their families will also have to organize self-isolation.

If there are signs of acute respiratory viral infections, such residents of the region are asked to contact the hospital by phone and to issue a sick leave. Doctors will assist them at home first. Priority will also be given to patients over 60 years of age and with an increased risk of complications.

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