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Shift workers at construction sites in Yakutia will be replaced by local residents

Shift workers at construction sites in Yakutia will be replaced by local residents
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In order to prevent a delay in the construction of facilities, they plan to replace shift workers with local personnel in Yakutia. Retraining courses are opened for them.

As the head of Yakutia, Aisen Nikolaev, said, due to the coronavirus pandemic, there were problems in the republic with the supply of building materials, including from abroad. Also this year far fewer shift workers will come to the enterprises of the region. In order not to ruin the short construction season, the republic decided to open training courses for workers for the construction and road industry of the region. The courses will be opened on the basis of secondary specialized educational institutions in Yakutsk and in other cities.

“Now is the time when the Yakutians have a good opportunity to occupy this niche in the industry, and subsequently to have a stable job and income,” noted Aisen Nikolaev.

Today in Yakutia several settlements are closed for quarantine, including shift camps. Total in the Republic 130 patients with coronavirus, 17 people were discharged from hospitals. 

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