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15 cases of coronavirus confirmed in Yakutia

15 cases of coronavirus confirmed in Yakutia

Another case of coronavirus was confirmed in Yakutia. This was announced by the operational headquarters for monitoring and monitoring the situation with COVID-19.

This afternoon, Deputy Chairman of the Government of Yakutia Olga Balabkina noted that the 15th case of coronavirus in the republic could be confirmed in the evening. They fell ill with a young man who was removed from the plane immediately upon arrival.

Earlier it was reported that the Yakutian flew into the republic from the UK in transit from Moscow. He had mild signs of acute respiratory viral infections, an express test showed a positive result for coronavirus, so the passenger was immediately sent to the infectious diseases department of the hospital, he was not even at home.

According to the press service of the government of Yakutia, there is a tendency: the greatest concentration of contacts with the first cases is in the territory of the Gagarinsky district of Yakutsk. Therefore, all the doctors working in this district have been tested. As a result, an employee of the administrative and managerial staff of the port hospital was identified who did not work with patients. The medical facility in which the patients are located, together with the doctors, was closed for two weeks in quarantine without the right to leave the hospital. Healthy physicians were placed in the observatory.

All people in contact with sick people are under the supervision of doctors. In Yakutia, restrictive measures have been introduced for the operation of shopping centers, fitness clubs, beauty salons, and children's centers. Introduced in the republic high availability mode

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