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The village was quarantined by coronavirus in Yakutia

The village was quarantined by coronavirus in Yakutia
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The authorities of Yakutia introduced quarantine because of the coronavirus in the territory of the village of Khongor-Bie, Namsky district. Entry and exit to the village is limited, and those who work outside the settlement will not be able to return home.

According to the press service of the government of the republic, quarantine will be in effect from May 21. The time frame has not yet been determined - the restrictive measures will be lifted only by a special order of the head of Yakutia. During this time, residents must observe self-isolation at the place of residence. It is allowed to visit the nearest store, follow to the place of work, walk the animals and take out the trash. Volunteers will join the delivery of groceries.

Residents working outside the village will not be able to return to Khongor-Bie for the weekend. To get home, they will have to stay at the observatory for 14 days. The village will be allowed to import food and essential goods. Special vehicles can also pass. Doctors will monitor the temperature of residents and watch for signs of coronavirus among villagers.

Now in Yakutia, 960 cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed. Ten patients with coronavirus are in serious condition. For the entire time of the epidemic in the republic, 367 people have been cured of the coronavirus, шthere are patients died.

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