In Yakutia have extended the high alert for coronavirus

The head of Yakutia Aisen Nikolaev on Wednesday signed a decree on the conservation of high alert due to the coronavirus, the press-service of administration of head and government of the Republic.

From 2 July, the region will begin the second phase of the lifting of restrictions due to the coronavirus. Federal agencies supported the proposals of Yakutia. At the daily briefing of operational staff of the Nikolaev said that the third phase may be introduced in the Republic in two weeks, on the basis of the epidemiological situation.

As noted in the Cabinet, on Wednesday, the head of the Republic signed a decree on the preservation of the special regime to prevent the further spread of the coronavirus. "Keep on the territory of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) the mode of increased readiness of management bodies and forces of the Yakut territorial subsystem Unified state system of prevention and liquidation of emergency situations", - stated in the text of the decree.

According to the operational headquarters, over the past day in Yakutia revealed 44 cases of coronavirus, 129 recovered, confirmed three fatalities. Over the entire period revealed 4267 infected COVID-19, of whom 3356 (78,6%) in the city of Yakutsk. 34 persons are in serious condition. During the day the laboratories of the Republic processed 3456 tests for coronavirus.

The holding of mass events, cinemas and public catering organizations is prohibited. Saved mask mode.

World health organization March 11 declared the outbreak of the novel coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic. In Yakutia authorities have declared a state of increased readiness on March 17.

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