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The term of self-isolation will be reduced in Sakhalin and the Kuril Islands

The term of self-isolation will be reduced in Sakhalin and the Kuril Islands
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Residents of the Sakhalin Region, who will return to the island from the mainland, will be able to be isolated for only five days instead of two weeks. Regional authorities took such measures to simplify summer vacations.

According to the regional headquarters, now it will be necessary to be tested for coronavirus three days before returning to the island. Then, upon arrival, at the airport, you will need to take the COVID-19 test again and sign the Rospotrebnadzor order on self-isolation for five days. After that, on the third day after arrival, you will need to pass another test for coronavirus. And on the fifth day it will be possible to go to work if the analysis is negative.

At the same time, residents of the region will have to pass the final test for COVID-19 on the eighth to tenth day after arrival, and on the 13-14th day - to do a computed tomography of the lungs. All research will be free.

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