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Self-isolation regime extended in the Magadan region

Self-isolation regime extended in the Magadan region
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The regime of self-isolation in the Magadan region was extended until June 8. Svetlana Korsunskaya, the head of the Rospotrebnadzor department for the region, recommended doing this.

Until June 8, inclusive, the region will continue to undergo the first stage of lifting restrictions on coronavirus. Until this time, it will, as before, act mask modearriving in the region are required to be quarantined for two weeks at the place of registration or in a special observatory. Also, circles, sections and educational institutions will be closed until June 8, and the ban on holding children's, sports, cultural, and leisure events will continue to apply.

According to the press service of the regional government, now 228 cases of coronavirus are registered in the region, the most difficult epidemiological situation remains in the village of Yagodnoye, where 48 people have been diagnosed, and 527 contacts are under medical supervision. The incidence is detected both among the residents of the village, and among shift workers.

The passage to the next stage of lifting restrictions is prevented by the availability of free beds - they are 100% full. The distribution coefficient of COVID-19 also remains high - 3,3 at a rate of not more than 1, the average weekly increase in incidence was 3-4% with the required 2%.

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