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The shift workers of the Chayandinskoye field will be removed from Yakutia

The shift workers of the Chayandinskoye field will be removed from Yakutia
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In the coming days, workers of the Chayandinskoye field of Yakutia will begin to be taken home. The field has 34 shift camps with more than 10 thousand people. There are practically no locals here.

According to the press service of the Yakut government, agreements with PJSC Gazprom have been reached. According to the head of the republic, Aisen Nikolaev, all employees were checked for the presence of coronavirus infection. According to preliminary data, there are many infected.

Healthy workers will be placed in observators upon arrival; patients will be sent to infectious diseases hospitals. Currently, 56 shift workers are in hospitals in Yakutia, another 39 workers have recently been sent to Noyabrsk for treatment in the Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous District.

It is reported that the situation in the field has worsened, since they cannot divide the healthy and infected, and the workers who completed the shift cannot leave.

On behalf of the Deputy Prime Minister Tatyana Golikova, on April 30, the Ministry of Emergencies will begin to deploy a mobile hospital on the territory of the Chayandinskoye field.

On April 17, the head of Yakutia signed quarantine decree on the territory of the Chayandinsky oil and gas condensate field.

Earlier, Aisen Nikolaev said that Lensk could soon turn into in a serious focus of coronavirus. The management of the oil and gas condensate field did not provide timely information about possible infected ones.

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