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Self-isolation regime extended in Chukotka

Self-isolation regime extended in Chukotka
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In the Chukotka Autonomous Region, the regime of self-isolation was extended until June 29. The regional authorities also determined the conditions for the abolition of the self-isolation regime for transit passengers. This issue is planned to be solved with the help of express testing.

According to the press service of the district government, airports will begin to conduct express tests for all arrivals. Transit passengers who receive a negative result will be exempted from compulsory two-week isolation and will be able to continue on their way to the place of stay.

Residents of other regions arriving in Anadyr, Bilibino, Pevek, Tavayvaam and Kepervey are still required to observe the regime of self-isolation for 14 days from the moment of arrival. However, if there is a certificate of absence of coronavirus issued no later than three days before departure, passengers are exempted from isolation.

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