Workers from Belarus are not allowed in Ugra because of lack of space for the quarantine
More than 180 workers from Belarus are not allowed in the Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug in connection with the fact that the employer did not provide room for them to pass the required two-week quarantine, said Friday the Deputy head of the region Alexey Zabozlaev.
"Today, may 29, the company "Intellect drilling services" was planned arrival shift workers from the Republic of Belarus in the Autonomous Okrug in the amount of 181 people. But as the company did not provide the space to accommodate these workers on a two-week isolation, this flight was cancelled," said Zabozlaev at the meeting of the regional operational headquarters for the prevention of introduction and spread of coronavirus.
According to him, the necessary work, the company plans to carry out by the employees and contractors in the region.
"In addition, the management of JSC "Rosneft" and "RN-Yuganskneftegaz" after additional work with the leaders of this organization to prevent such cases and the need for timely alerts oberstab and CPS about the change of the watch, the more international," - said Zabozlaev.
The head of the region Natalia Komarova said that, therefore, an attempt was made to organize a watch with a violation of the rules that operate in Ugra. "On this basis, the watch did not take place, and managers and owners of the organizations warned that this will continue", she concluded.
Earlier Komarov signed a decree which States that workers must be within 14 days in quarantine upon arrival to the place of work. Place them prescribed in conditions which will not contact with the already existing enterprises by employees within a specified time.
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