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A family from Novosibirsk was forcibly quarantined in the Angara region

A family from Novosibirsk was forcibly quarantined in the Angara region
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Three people were forced to be hospitalized in the observatory of Irkutsk. One of them found a positive coronavirus test.

According to the Kuibyshevsky District Court of the Irkutsk Region, a family with a minor child arrived from Novosibirsk in the Angara region on May 8. They were ordered to observe the 14-day quarantine at the observator, until they received a negative coronavirus test. However, the family did not comply with the requirements of the chief state sanitary doctor in the Irkutsk region and did not go to the observer.

Later, according to the results of laboratory tests, one of the passengers of the flight from Novosibirsk confirmed the coronavirus. Since May 12, the family should have already gone to the observatory without fail. All three refused isolation. By court decision, they are forced to be placed in an observatory.

Now in the Irkutsk region, 480 cases of coronavirus have been confirmed, 597 patients with COVID-19 are in hospitals. The disease is recorded in 27 districts, the most patients in Irkutsk and Ust-Kut.
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