In Yakutia have extended the restrictive measures until 1 July
Restrictive measures in Yakutia extended to 1 July, said the head of the region Aisen Nikolaev at the briefing of operational staff.
According to him, on Friday the number of cases of coronavirus infection in the country increased by 50, the least since may 21.
The disease appears in new areas of Yakutia. The first cases confirmed in Abyysky and Olenek area, it a virus brought from Yakutsk. Concern of the authorities is the situation in the Mirny district, where due to the contamination of three workers of the mine "International" mine will be idle for up to two weeks.
"It makes even worse to watch over the observance of the restrictive measures. Today we had a meeting the operational headquarters, and to report to the chief sanitary doctor of Yakutia restrictive measures in areas where it operates, across all categories, extended to July 1st, inclusive. If the positive trend that we now have, it will continue to survive these days until 1 July, we will be able to enter into the second phase of the lifting of restrictions," - said Nikolaev.
According to the regional oberstab, recovered during the day, 101 people, 33 patients are in serious condition.
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