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Prosecutor’s office to check reports of hunger strike at Sakhalin observatory

Prosecutor’s office to check reports of hunger strike at Sakhalin observatory
Photo: Press Service of the Government of Sakhalin Region

The Sakhalin Oblast Prosecutor's Office will verify the validity of isolation for visitors from Buryatia. They previously went on a hunger strike at the observatory.

According to the press service of the regional prosecutor’s office, the media reported that the fish processing workers from Buryatia who had arrived at work went on a hunger strike because they were too long in the observatory.

However, according to the information RIA News, workers are reasonably detained in the isolation ward. All 15 residents of Buryatia were issued a resolution of the regional Rospotrebnadzor. They arrived on the island on June 15 with negative tests for coronavirus, but later it turned out that three people had been in contact with the sick person, so the isolation was extended.

According to the press service of the regional government, the police had to call the observer due to arson threats. The latest analyzes of new arrivals are now in progress. Upon receipt of the results, a decision will be made on the further observation of workers.

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