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Second quarantine introduced in schools in Transbaikalia in a year

Second quarantine introduced in schools in Transbaikalia in a year
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Pupils of Transbaikalia again interrupted the educational process. They will be able to return to their desks no earlier than a week later.

Quarantine was recommended in all schools on the territory of Transbaikalia. According to the press service of the regional government, the epidemic threshold for SARS and influenza among schoolchildren was exceeded by 87%. For the rest of the age groups, the situation is not so critical - the epidemiological threshold is exceeded by 63%.

The first time schools were quarantined in January-February. Then the influenza type B virus spread in the region. Now influenza A H1N1 / 09 is developing in Transbaikalia. This is the so-called swine flu, which was first reported in 2009.

So far, restrictions have been introduced in educational institutions of Chita, Aginsky, Sretensky, Chernyshevsky and Borzinsky districts. In other municipalities, quarantine is most often imposed locally in schools or classes.

In addition, in Transbaikalia they closely monitor the health of patients who have returned from abroad. So, under medical supervision, to rule out coronavirus, now there are ten people who arrived from China, five
 - from Italy, one from Iran and 11 from Korea. In addition, 330 drivers who carry goods across the border with China are constantly monitored.
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