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Shift workers in Sakhalin will be able to get to work earlier

Shift workers in Sakhalin will be able to get to work earlier
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In the Sakhalin Region, shift workers will be able to start work after five days of quarantine. However, the deadlines for prescribing Rospotrebnadzor remain and medical supervision will be conducted for 14 days.

According to the press service of the Government of the Sakhalin Oblast, in five days those who have a negative coronavirus analysis will be able to go to work. The reception scheme for shift workers will also change somewhat. So, three days before arriving in the region, the employee must be tested for coronavirus and receive a certificate of negative COVID-19 for entry into the region. At the airport you also need to pass an express test.

After that, on the third day after arrival, he again takes an analysis for coronavirus. The final test is carried out on the eighth to tenth day of arrival, and on the 13-14th day, the worker is referred for a CT scan of the lungs. The newcomer will stay in the observatory for up to five days. If the tests are negative, then he can go to work.

Without a certificate of coronavirus, residents of Sakhalin and the Kuril Islands can arrive on the island, but in this case they must undergo a 14-day self-isolation of the house. For negative tests for coronavirus self-isolation period is reduced up to five days. 
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