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In Transbaikalia during the day revealed almost 40 new cases COVID-19

A day in the TRANS-Baikal region recorded 39 new cases of infection with coronavirus, the press service of the regional government.

In a press-service reported that from the beginning of the pandemic cured 2422 person per night 93 patients discharged. New deaths have been reported. Since the beginning of the pandemic in the region died 44.

Transbaikalians planned to Rob the office of microloans, but burned the library

Two residents of Hiloksky area of Transbaikalian edge has intended to Rob the office of the credit institution, however, did not find anything there of value, they set fire to the building, which also housed the library and the local administration, the press service of the regional interior Ministry cupola.

The fire occurred in the night of may 31 of the current year in the village of Zhipkhegen. It was later determined that the fire was due to arson. Employees of criminal investigation Department of the regional Central Board of the Ministry of internal Affairs together with colleagues from Hiloksky district has identified two local residents suspected in the crime. Previously it was a criminal case about the deliberate destruction or damage of property committed out of hooliganism by arson.

In Transbaikalia canceled digital badge imposed over COVID-19

Digital skip in Zabaykalsky Krai, introduced because of the coronavirus, was canceled due to the progress in the fight against infection, the press service of the regional government.

In the Zabaykalsky government said that for several weeks in the region, noted the positive dynamics in the growth in the number of cases of coronavirus infection, this allows you to go to a gradual lifting of restrictive measures.

A military field hospital in Chita began to help Yakutia in the fight against COVID

Patients coronavirus infection from Yakutia arrived in Chita for examination and determination of the severity of COVID-19, reports the Ministry of defence.

"A plane from the gold-mining enterprises in Neryungri, Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) arrived patients in the city of Chita for examination and determination of the severity of COVID-19. Computer-aided tomography of three patients were sent to mobile multidisciplinary military hospital for treatment," the statement reads.

Moscow doctors went to Tuva to help in the fight against COVID-19

Ten doctors from Moscow traveled to Tuva to assist local specialists in the treatment of patients with COVID-19, according to the website of the Department of health in the capital.

"Ten of the capital's doctors went to the Republic of Tuva, to assist local specialists in the treatment of patients with COVID-19. Multidisciplinary medical team headed by surgeon Konstantin Pokrovsky, the Deputy chief physician at the branch for the treatment of coronavirus infection clinical hospital No. 67 name Vorohoba", - stated in the message.

In Transbaikalia the fourth of July opens recreation

Authorities in Zabaykalsky Krai allowed the work of recreation facilities, suspended operations due to coronavirus infection, from the nearest Saturday, the press service of the regional government.

The government explained that the premises on the bases should be prepared, disinfected in communal areas dispensers with antiseptics, created a five-day supply of disinfectants, masks, gloves. The staff needs to be tested for the coronavirus. Deck chairs and other beach equipment must be placed with consideration of social distancing.

The far East has finished voting on amendments to the Constitution

For voting on amendments to the Constitution in the evening of July 1, closed in all regions of the Far East and the Irkutsk region.

Earlier, at 11.00 GMT, the polls closed on the Kamchatka and Chukotka. The turnout for the evening, there was 42.5% and 74,11%, respectively.

In the Amur region, Transbaikalia and Yakutia have opened for voting

The polls on the last day of voting opened at 8: 00 (02h00 GMT) in the Amur oblast, Zabaykalsky Krai and Yakutia, who came to vote on the amendments to the Constitution of Russia will provide masks and disposable handles to prevent COVID-19.

A nationwide vote on amendments to the Constitution of the Russian Federation was scheduled for 22 April, but then postponed due to the difficult epidemiological situation in the country. Later, Russian President Vladimir Putin announced that the vote will take place on 1 July. It was decided that in fact the citizens can vote for 7 days from 25 June to 1 July.

Seven teams of doctors from Moscow returned home from the regions

Seven teams of doctors from Moscow who went to the regions to combat COVID-19, returned home, the press service of the Moscow Department of health on Monday.

"About 60 doctors in Moscow who went on behalf of (the Moscow mayor) Sergei Sobyanin in the Russian regions to assist local doctors in the fight against coronavirus, back in Moscow. Capital specialists worked two weeks in Ingushetia, North Ossetia – Alania, Dagestan Republic, Zabaykalsky Krai, Kamchatka, Vladimir, and Pskov. Returning teams visited 62 medical organizations in 27 towns of Russia", - stated in the message.

The three heads of the regions of Siberia and the far East had voted for amendments to the Constitution

The head of Transbaikalian edge Alexander Osipov, acting Governor of Irkutsk region Igor Kobzev, the head of the Altai Republic Oleg Khorokhordin took part in the voting on the amendments to the Constitution.

A nationwide vote is scheduled for July 1, however, the opportunity to vote for the Russians have with June 25.

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