In Yakutia have extended restrictions on coronavirus

Restrictive measures in Yakutia, which remains in the "red zone" because of the coronavirus, extended until 26 June, said the head of the region Aisen Nikolaev at the daily briefing.

According oberstab, the last day in the Republic identified 97 new cases of coronavirus infection, including 68 in the city of Yakutsk. Since the epidemic began, the number of registered patients COVID-19 in the region reached 3486. Recovered from coronavirus 2286 people.

"In districts, the incidence goes up... geography is expanding at the expense of delivery from the city of Yakutsk... We, unfortunately, are now antiliberal the Far East. An increasing number of critically ill patients. There are over 30 in the country, patients older than 65 years, six of them on ventilators. The prevalence of the disease, which until recently was 0,8... already made up 1.24, this figure includes our country in the "red zone"... We decided for another week, to June 26, to extend all the measures of restrictions which currently operate in the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia)", - said Nikolaev.

Earlier it was reported that the incidence of coronavirus recorded in Yakutsk. On Thursday, the number of cases the city returned approximately to the figures from two weeks ago.

In the first phase of the easing of restrictions from June 15 in cities and towns of Yakutia, where there is a regime of complete isolation, began to work consumer services. In the second phase is scheduled to open summer cafes and shopping centers without the work of the courts, to allow full operation of public transport, including inter-municipal transportation. The transition to the third stage, when they lifted almost all restrictions will be possible subject to further large-scale decline in the incidence.

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