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Some regions of the Far Eastern Federal District entered the "red zone" for coronavirus

Some regions of the Far Eastern Federal District entered the "red zone" for coronavirus
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Some regions of the Far East have entered the "red zone" for coronavirus. In total, a dangerous trend is observed in 20 regions in the country.

As the RIA News" with reference to the expert on statistics and modeling of the Center for Economic Research Aghasi Tavadyan, these include Transbaikalia, Chukotka and Kamchatka. This means that the coronavirus situation there has worsened.

Tavadyan grouped the regions by color (green, light green, yellow and red), which correspond to different values ​​of the COVID-19 incidence index. Khabarovsk Territory remains in the "red zone". Slightly better is the situation in Buryatia, Priangarye, Yakutia - this is the "yellow zone". The expert attributed the Primorsky Territory and the Magadan Region to the "light green sector", and the best situation is in Priamurye, Sakhalin and the Jewish Autonomous Region. Tavadyan attributed three regions to the "green zone" for coronavirus.

The scientist named the identification of a larger number of asymptomatic patients as the reasons for the increase in the number of cases. The likelihood of a second wave in Russia is low. In July, Aghasi Tavadyan stated that the peak incidence of coronavirus passed almost throughout Russia. The Far East is no exception.

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