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The incidence of COVID among children increased by 78% in Kamchatka

The incidence of COVID among children increased by 78% in Kamchatka
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In the Kamchatka Territory, the incidence of coronavirus among preschool children has increased. The indicator increased by 78%.

According to the press service of the government of the Kamchatka Territory, information on the incidence was published by specialists of the regional Rospotrebnadzor. An increase of 78% among children from one to six years old was formed in comparison with the previous week. In addition, the rates of the spread of coronavirus among children from seven to 14 years old are growing. Rospotrebnadzor associates such tendencies with vacations: adolescents actively communicate with their peers.

In addition to this category of the population, the incidence among the adult population from 30 to 49 years old is growing. In the risk zone were mainly workers in trade, utilities, health care, agriculture, transport, culture and leisure.

At the same time, the spread of coronavirus among the elderly has slightly, but decreased. To prevent negative trends for residents over 65, it is proposed to introduce a self-isolation regime.

Until the end of July, there is a mask regime in Kamchatka, restrictions on holding mass events. It is prohibited to hold events indoors, and outdoors the number of participants should not exceed 100 people. The work of catering establishments is also limited. Mandatory tests for coronavirus or vaccination certificates or a certificate of the transferred coronavirus have been introduced for tourists and shift workers.



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