On the Yamal Peninsula have extended the compulsory isolation

The compulsory isolation in the Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous district decided to extend until 21 June, said the Deputy head of the region Tatyana Buchkova.

Coronavirus infection in the Yamal Peninsula was confirmed at 2964 people, half of whom have recovered, died on 13 patients. According to the regional operational headquarters, new cases in the region are increasingly recorded not among the shift workers on the oil fields and production facilities, as it was in April and may, and on the territory of settlements. The compulsory isolation in the district previously operated until June 14.

"Sick now in our settlements mainly contact: family members, friends, colleagues. Large collective foci we can not fix. In order for these cycles of circulation of the virus ended in settlements, it takes time... not to provoke the delivery of coronavirus from the cities to the districts in the holiday season and rotation shift workers, until 21 June in the area there are all the old measures and rules", - quotes Buckova the press service of the regional government.

According to her, the spread of infection on the territory of Yamal is uneven: somewhere, the situation is calm or stabiliziruemost, it remains the city in which new cases are recorded every day. Among them - the largest settlement of Yamal Novy Urengoy, where shift workers excluding employees of enterprises of the infection was confirmed for 735 people. As explained in the press service, the city stepped up action related to the entry of residents of the other regions.

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