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Self-isolation regime extended in Chukotka

Self-isolation regime extended in Chukotka
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In the Chukotka Autonomous Region, the regime of self-isolation was extended until mid-May. This decision was voiced by the regional governor Roman Kopin on his page in social networks. Lifting restrictions residents should expect only after May 15.

During the meeting of the regional operational headquarters for the fight against coronavirus, a decision was made to recommend shift workers to extend their stay in the shift in order to exclude employees from access to settlements. In addition, the authorities approved a new list of organizations that can work in a self-isolation regime.

Currently, 17 cases of infection have been recorded in Chukotka. There are 225 people in quarantine. More than two thousand residents passed tests.

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