The Novosibirsk region has cancelled the withdrawal for visitors
The authorities of the Novosibirsk region has cancelled the mandatory 14-day self-isolation for arriving to the region from Moscow, St. Petersburg and Yakutia, said on Monday the regional government.
In April and may, the citizens who have arrived to Novosibirsk from Moscow, Moscow region, St.-Petersburg, Leningrad region and Yakutia by any means of transport, were obliged to go into self-isolation at home for 14 days.
"Due to the low level of delivery of coronavirus from regions of Russia the government of the Novosibirsk region took the decision to lift previous constraints associated with the medical observation for arriving at the region's citizens by any means of transport. The relevant draft resolution was approved on June 1 the session of the government of the region chaired by Governor Andrey Travnikova," - said in the message.
Authorities say that while there are still restrictions for citizens who returned to Russia from abroad: they should all be on a 14-day isolation under medical supervision.
Earlier it was reported that for the last days in the Novosibirsk region revealed 105 new cases of coronavirus, recovered ten patients, one died. In total, the region recorded 2914 cases of coronavirus infection, including 176 children. 1129 people recovered, 33 patients died.
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